RAMMSTEIN: 'Mein Land' Video Released

"Mein Land", the new video from German industrial metallers RAMMSTEIN, can be seen below. The clip was filmed with renowned Swedish director Jonas kerlund, who has previously worked with METALLICA, SATYRICON, OZZY OSBOURNE, MADONNA and THE PRODIGY, among others.

RAMMSTEIN will release the "Mein Land" single on November 14 (three days earlier in Germany, Austria and Switzerland). It will be available as a four-track release via iTunes with a previously unreleased song, "Vergiss Uns Nicht", as well as remixes from BossHoss and Mogwai accompanied by the "Mein Land" video and a digital booklet. The Amazon version will be "Mein Land" and the two remixes.

RAMMSTEIN's long-awaited retrospective release, "Made In Germany 1995 - 2011", will be available on December 13 through Universal Germany's marketing and distribution deal in the U.S. with Vagrant Records.

"Made In Germany 1995 - 2011" will be available in three different editions:

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* Standard Edition: CD Digipak - Best Of Album

* Special Edition: 2-CD Digipak - Best Of Album and Best Of Remixes

* Super Deluxe Edition: 2-CD (Best Of Album and Best Of Remixes) as well as 3 DVDs (including the full RAMMSTEIN video catalog, all previously available "making-of" and 8 unreleased "making-of" videos) packaged in a steel box complete with a 240-page booklet. Limited to 1,200 copies in the U.S.

All songs and videos on "Made In Germany 1995 - 2011" have been remastered for this release.

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