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Lindemann release actual porn video for new single Platz Ein

(Image credit: Lindemann/Visit-X)

Lindemann – the notoriously controversial duo of Rammstein's Till Lindemann and Hypocrisy and Pain's Peter Tagtgren – have released an extremely NSFW video for their latest single Platz Ein, via porn site Visit-X. Spoiler alert: yes, it features Till's penis.

Platz Ein, translating to 'number one' in English, is the latest single taken from F&M, the follow-up album to 2015's Skills In Pills, released last November.

The music video for the track is directed by German director Zoran Bihac, who previously worked with the duo on the video for last year's Steh auf, and stars Till Lindemann as a hotel cleaner who, in true bizarre Lindemann style, kidnaps women, stores them in washing machines and various other places around the hotel and has sex with them – although he might actually be hallucinating. Who knows? We don't.

Lindemann's previous videos releases each followed the same grand tradition of being just about as shocking as possible, and have included as much brain-fuckery, brutality and nudity as possible without becoming straight-up porno or snuff flicks – just see the videos for Knebel or Ach So Gern's trio of NSFW films for reference. This time, they've thrown caution fully to the wind and finally made that straight-up porno.

If you are keen to witness Till in an explicit and aggressive orgy, complete with his cock out (and presumably a few tits and vulvas) you can head to Visit-X, sign up and pay a fee of €1.99

If you don't want to pay the €1.99, you can check out the censored video below.

Lindemann are currently on tour across Europe having kicked off in Hanover, Germany, yesterday. Check out full dates at the bottom of the page.

Lindemann: F & M
The duo of Rammstein's Till Lindemann and Hypocrisy and Pain's Peter Tagtgren have released their new album F & M. It's the follow-up to 2015's Skills In Pills.View Deal

Lindemann 2020 European Tour Dates
Feb 06: Cologne Palladium, Germany
Feb 08: Vienna Gasometer, Austria
Feb 10: Prague O2 Universum, Czech Republic
Feb 12: Offenbach Stadthalle, Germany
Feb 14: Leipzig Haus Auensee, Germany
Feb 17: Munich Zenith, Germany
Feb 19: Zurich Halle 622, Switzerland
Feb 21: Paris La Cigale, France
Feb 23: London O2 Forum Kentish Town, UK
Feb 27: Stockholm Munchenbryggeriet, Sweden
Feb 29: Helsinki Black Box, Finland
Mar 02: Saint Petersburg Sibur Arena, Russia
Mar 04: Minsk Sports Palace, Belarus
Mar 06: Kiev Stereo Plaza, Ukraine
Mar 09: Yekaterinburg Ekspo, Russia
Mar 12: Krasnodar Olympus Arena, Russia
Mar 15: Moscow VTB Arena, Russia
Mar 17: Novosibirsk Expo Centre, Russia
Mar 19: Perm Molot, Russia
Mar 21: Kazan Basket Hall, Russia
Mar 23: Voronezh SK Yubileynyy, Russia