Premiere: January 29, 2001 Shoot: 13th to 15th January, 2001 Location: Babelsberger Filmstudio, Potsdam Director: Jörn Heitmann Single: Sonne From the Album: Mutter
The video shoot for the song SONNE was produced in Potsdam at Babelsberger Filmstudios from the 13th to the 15th of January 2001. It was the first time Jörn Heitmann directed a Rammstein video.
SONNE, the first single from the album MUTTER is released soon thereafter. Beside the original and an instrumental version of the song, the single contains the track ADIOS and two remixes by Clawfinger.
Premiere: May 18th, 2001 Director: Zoran Bihać Single: Links 2 3 4 From the album: Mutter Info: Animation video
LINKS 2 3 4 is the 2nd single released from the album MUTTER. The tracklist includes the original version of the song, a remix by Clawfinger and two by Westbam, plus one additional track named HALLELUJAH, which was exclusively available on this single. Additionally, LINKS 2 3 4 was also released as a DVD which containing the video, the making of and a photo gallery.
Premiere: February 3rd, 2005 (MTV News) Shoot: January 18th, 2005 Location: Berlin Director: Jörn Heitmann Single: Keine Lust From the album: Reise, Reise Info: In October 2005 the video won the VIVA Comet in the category "Best Video 2005"
35 minutes of music = 7 remixes + the original version of KEINE LUST, the fourth single release from the album REISE, REISE. The remixes were produced by Clawfinger, Front 242, Krieger, and DJ Drug.
KMFDM (originally Kein Mehrheit Für Die Mitleid, loosely translated as "no pity for the majority") The German-American Project/Band and also the Foundation Stone of Industrial music and Culture, as we know it! Not only the music but also the official videos of KMFDM (and the album covers) are works of Industrial Art.
There are too many albums and singles of KMFDM (and associated projects) out there. "Our" Kapt'n and leader Sasha Konietzko is the most productive industrial artist. "Productive" and "Inspired" are the 2 key-words of the "experimental lab" they made.
Listen to the Heavy Metal Industry, called KMFDM check out those videos and buy the albums. If you are not familiar with "Symbols", Adios", "Nihil", "Naïve", "Angst", "Attack" "Uaioe" and many more, you are not familiar with the roots of industrial music.
Enjoy a fine piece of machinery that works "Better than the Best & Harder than the Rest", since the early 80's: Money (official video)