RAMMSTEIN: 'Mann Gegen Mann' Video Posted Online
RAMMSTEIN's video for the third single from their "Rosenrot" album, "Mann Gegen Mann", has been posted online at YouTube.com. Shot by famed Swedish director Jonas Åkerlund (METALLICA, SATYRICON, MADONNA, THE PRODIGY), the clip received its premiere on MTV Germany on Feb. 1. According to a posting on the RAMMSTEIN fan site Herzeleid.com, "In it, the entire band aside from Till [vocals] plays totally naked with only their instruments to cover them up. As Till only has a microphone, he wore a 'latex diaper' (according to Paul in an interview) as well as a long, black wig. The video alternates between shots of the band playing and a teeming mass of naked men. Towards the end, the band crowd surfs over the naked men and Till morphs into the 'demon' that can be seen on the cover."
As previously reported, the "Mann Gegen Mann" single will be released in a limited digipack version and will contain the original version of the title cut, a live video of "Ich Will" recorded on the "Reise, Reise - Tour" 2005 as well as remixes by Vince Clarke (DEPECHE MODE, ERASURE) and Sven Helbig (Dresdner Sinfoniker). An exact release date for the single will be announced soon.
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