A big reason Rammstein is on our Weird 100 List at all—let alone at No. 1, a spot they’ve occupied for several months now—is because of their music videos, which range from the absurd to the action-packed to the downright disturbing. So it’s about freakin’ time they compiled all their greatest clips into a single collection. That collection, Videos 1995-2012, arrives Jan. 15th and features over seven hours of Rammstein visuals, including 25 music videos and 24 behind-the-scenes clips. If anyone makes it through the whole thing in one sitting, let us know. Me, I’ll be sticking to lighter fare like Walking Dead and Intervention marathons.
To celebrate the arrival of this monumental collection, Rammstein have released two new videos for the previously video-less 2001 track, “Mein Herz brennt.” The first, a piano-only remake of the song, just features frontman Till Lindemann emoting for the camera in what appears to be Joker makeup and a black strapless evening gown. The second…well, just watch the clip and see for yourself. You might not wanna watch it alone, though.
For more on Videos 1995-2012, visited Rammstein.de.
“Mein Herz brennt” (piano version):
“Mein Herz brennt” (full version):