Rammstein's Till Lindemann has ruled the screen in 2019: When not blowing minds with his main band's characteristically risque visual offerings, the singer was frying synapses with the videos from his eponymous side project, from the AI-fueled "Ich Weiß Es Nicht" to "Knebel," a clip so graphic that it only aired once in its uncensored form, to the seven-and-a-half minute short movie for "Frau & Mann." The latest visual from Lindemann the band — which also features Hypocrisy main man Hypocrisy's Peter Tägtgren — accompanies "Ach So Gern," possibly the oddest cut off the group's recently released sophomore album F & M. The song's title means "Oh so glad" in English, and in the Zoran Bihac–directed clip, the tango-inflected tune soundtracks scenes of Till, apparently playing a perverted murderer, being tortured in prison, dancing in the snow with a naked corpse and more. Watch above.
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