If you're aware of German alt-metal legends Rammstein , you probably know two things. One, they love setting fire to things, and two, they love sending people into panic with their graphic music videos. Never have they made the latter point more clear than with the release of their recent Deutschland single and its accompanying video. Including graphic scenes based around German history — with direct references to the horrors experienced by prisoners in Nazi Germany's concentration camps — the video caused significant public upset upon its release. Consider yourself warned. Made in , this was a documentary ostensibly about the Olympic Games, but was actually done as propaganda to celebrate the superiority of Nazi youth. Made by Hitler-approved director Leni Riefenstahl, there was so much anger about what Rammstein had done that Jewish organisations wrote in protest to the band. In fact, such was the focus on this part of the video, people actually overlooked the fact that the band appeared nude in it. The idea came to the band after they watched the animated Disney Snow White film while Sonne was playing in the background; they even tried to mix the song into the Disney footage.
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The song's narrative portrays a man with strong homosexual desires, and it is the first Rammstein music video to feature nudity since the video for their cover of Depeche Mode 's "Stripped". The text, which deals with the subject of homosexuality in terms of content, remains largely ambiguous in its message, dealing with both homophilia and homophobia. We definitely didn't intend to write a gay anthem. Of course it is a critical topic how a heterosexual person deals with the topic of a homosexual person.
The song was released with a controversial and sexually explicit music video in which the band members, portrayed by body-doubles during some of the close ups of specific body parts, are seen having sex with women. The first promotional video for the single was released online on 16 September at the Gauntlet. The song was remixed by Scooter , a fellow German artist, and the remix later appeared on " Ich tu dir weh " single.
Rammstein have always been a band whose visual components mattered just as much to them as the music they've created together. Whether indulging in their Robert Rodriguez fascination or testing the limits of acceptable nudity , the group have always managed to take a fresh approach to the standard performance-based video and manipulate it into their own perverse brand of art. Never happy to simply churn out a visualizer that will make the publicity rounds or stand starkly lit on a barren stage for a half-assed lip synch, the clips outlined in no particular order below showcase Rammstein at their finest, weirdest and downright craziest. Heavy on the perverse and filthy BDSM-centric imagery, the video for "Mein Teil" as well as the song itself is inspired by the gruesome true-crime story of infamous German cannibal Armin Meiwes — who found a voluntary victim that allowed him to dismember and consume him over the course of several months, eventually leading to the man's death. But perhaps the most disturbing segments are of drummer Christoph Schneider cross-dressed at the mother of Meiwes, which culminates with Schneider's stern figure leading the other five men out of a subway station on dog leashes as they claw and bite at one another, crossing a busy street on their hands and knees in a public display of advanced kink and derangement. Rounding out the homoerotic imagery is an undulating orgiastic pile of fully nude beefcakes, coated in oil and wrestling with ardent passion. Rippling muscles and wandering hands add a lusty layer of unadulterated smut, forming a stunning feast of flesh and unbridled deviance. By the video's finale, the band has been sucked into the writhing pile of men, with only Till standing firm at the center — like a hardened deity — as the other participants gaze longingly at his impressive figure. The compelling clip toys with the notions of gender expression and sensuality and plays out like a love letter to the indulgent side of human sexuality in all its complex, frenzied and raunchiest forms.