The release of a new Rammstein song has been a long, long time coming. The wait is over as the German industrial icons have debuted an epic music video (seen below) for "Deutschland," the first single off their yet-to-be-titled new album.

The video is nearly 10 minutes long with dramatic scenes bookending the track. It's highly cinematic, showing various clips of violence across human history from medieval battles to modern day rioting. Rammstein's career has been fraught with controversy and here some of the members are seen dressed in concentration camp uniforms from the Holocaust. At one point, they surround a group of Nazis (one of them played by guitarist Richard Kruspe) and shoot them in the face from point blank range.

Earlier today, the group revealed that their new record will be released on May 17. You can place your pre-order here. Kruspe said back in January that Rammstein will probably tour behind the album for the next three or four years. It has also been speculated that it could be their final tour, but no official confirmation has come through.

In 2016, Rammstein debuted a new song onstage, which was dubbed "Ramm4." It is not known if this track will appear on the follow-up to 2009's Liebe Ist Für Alle Da.

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