In the short preview of half a minute, is guitarist Paul Landers is shown with a jewish star on his striped detentiekleding, while vocalist Till Lindemann bleeding on the scaffold. Tasteless and very offensive, so the images are judged. Charlotte Knobloch, a survivor of the Holocaust and former chairman of the Central Jewish Council in Germany, told the German newspaper Bild that the band “crossing the border.”Read also Rammstein is coming next summer to Brussels Necrofilie
Felix Klein, in the German government charged with anti-semitism, calls the clip “a tasteless form of artistic freedom and provocation. This visualisation of the verschikkingen that the nazi's on their conscience, is highly irresponsible and intended only to music of a shocking manner under the attention of the audience.’ The jewish historian Michael Wolffsohn characterizes the film as “A totally unacceptable form of necrofilie”, while buitenlanddeskundige Alexander Graf Lambsdorff states that “the horrors of the Second world War should never be used for advertising.”
Rammstein has not yet on the controversy responded. The only thing that the band via Twitter let us know was the song title, Deutschland with the words, “you have a lot of crying.” Probably today will be the complete video to be put online. The preview, which in a day time for more than a million views, namely the title XXVIII.III.MMXIX . Those Roman numerals stand for the date of 28 march 2019.
at the End of may start the German group with a European tour. On July 10, they are in a sold King baudouin stadium in Brussels.
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