Watch the NSFW video for Rammstein's new single 'Mein Land' – video

See the German metallers' parody 'Baywatch' in their new explicit promo

Watch the NSFW video for Rammstein's new single 'Mein Land' – video
You can watch the NSFW video for Rammstein's new single 'Mein Land', in which the German metallers parody US TV megahit Baywatch, by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The German industrial titans released the track formally this week, with new song 'Vergiss Unn Nicht' released as part of the package for the track's release as a single.

'Mein Land' is taken from the band's new 'Greatest Hits' package 'Made In Germany', which is due for release on November 28. The compilation will feature 20 tracks taken from across the band's career, with the tracklisting due to be announced in the coming days.

Rammstein will play a five-date UK arena tour next year in support of 'Made In Germany'. The band kick off the shows at London's O2 Arena on February 24 and finish up at Nottingham's Capital FM Arena on March 2.

The dates are the band's first in the UK since they headlined 2010's Sonisphere Festival.

Rammstein - Mein Land from Rammstein on Vimeo.



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