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Rammstein reissue ‘Live Aus Berlin’ concert film including the infamous dildo footage

Metal overlords, Rammstein, have announced they will be reissuing their Live Aus Berlin concert film which now including the infamous ‘dildo scene’.

The 1998 film was largely censored because of the footage which saw frontman Till Lindemann and keyboardist Flake Lorenz mime anal sex while playing their song ‘Bück dich’.

It’s kind of provocative act that has seen Rammstein find their way on to most censor lists during their career, an accolade we’re sure they hold with pride. In 1999, the same onstage act actually got the pair arrested for “lewd and lascivious behaviour.”

As such, the song was removed from the original release of Live Aus Berlin. It still received an 18+ rating and only further grew the band’s infamy.

The band stated via Instagram: “Get ready for the re-release of “Live aus Berlin” – Rammstein’s iconic Berlin concert in August of 1998! Enjoy this concert-film, including the previously censored rendition of “Bück dich”!

Despite the constant calls for censorship and banning across the globe, it has never slowed Rammstein down. And judging by this move, the band intend on shocking people for a lot longer.

Listen to the track below:

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