Rammstein Are Filming A Religion-Themed Music Video
German pyromaniacs Rammstein have ditched the fire and flames for what looks like a new music video.
The band recently told Kerrang! that they would be releasing five music videos from their upcoming album, and judging by a recent Instagram post, Rammstein are getting ready to deliver on that promise.
The message simply reads “… no fire, but nuns!” with four behind the scenes images from the video shoot. In the pics we see nuns, crucifixes, human bones and communion wafers.
Jonas Akerlund is also back working with Rammstein, who previously directed their videos for Mein Land, Pussy, Ich Tu Dir Weh amongst others.
Judging by the clapperboards in the pics, it looks like the words ‘Black Dog’ and ‘Big Fish’ are somehow connected to the video, but we’re not sure how. Maybe a song title? Or just their favourite Led Zeppelin song and Tim Burton movie.
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