Rammstein have shared more shots from their recent video shoot


Last month, Rammstein shared four stills from the set of their new video shoot (opens in new tab).

The Instagram post showed that they were working with director Jonas Åkerlund, with the clapperboard suggesting the title was Black Dog, Big Fish – and it had a distinctly religious feel.

Now Rammstein have uploaded another five pictures, showing a variety of other stills from the video, including the band travelling in a classic car and what appears to be a brawl.

Check them out below.

#deutschland #duhastvielgeweint Rammstein (opens in new tab)

A photo posted by @rammsteinofficial on Feb 8, 2019 at 8:13am PST

The follow-up to 2009’s Liebe ist für alle da is expected to be released in the coming months, with guitarist Richard Kruspe also previously telling Kerrang (opens in new tab) that they were planning on releasing five videos from the record (opens in new tab)

Speaking about the as-yet-untitled album recently to Metal Hammer (opens in new tab), Kruspe said: “We started on five or six years of ideas and took it from there. We were talking about harmonies, how certain kinds of melodies can change things. Things we never really cared about in the beginning, but things that matter more now. 

“It’s more interesting for me as a musician to see how the vocals fit into a song, and which melody fits in that.”

Rammstein will head out on the road across Europe this summer (opens in new tab).

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