Rammstein Re-Releasing 'Live aus Berlin' Concert Film Complete with Previously Banned Dildo Footage

The original 1999 version of the DVD censored the band's performance of "Bück Dich"
Rammstein Re-Releasing 'Live aus Berlin' Concert Film Complete with Previously Banned Dildo Footage
Rammstein have announced plans to re-release their iconic 1998 concert film Live aus Berlin — and this version comes with the previously censored, now infamous water gun dildo clip.

During their performance of "Bück Dick" over 20 years ago, the band mimed anal sex onstage using the aquatic sex toy — an act that previously landed a couple of members in jail in the States — earning them an 18+ rating and banning the song from the 1999 DVD release of the original concert film.

Now, the clip is back and uncensored in the band's all-new release.

"Get ready for the re-release of Live aus Berlin — Rammstein's iconic Berlin concert in August of 1998!" the band wrote in a Facebook post. "Enjoy this concert-film, including the previously censored rendition of Bück Dich!"

The re-released DVD of Live aus Berlin goes on sale tomorrow (March 27) at Rammstein's webstore.

Rammstein are currently gearing up for their world stadium tour, which is scheduled to kick off in May. So far, there has been no word on whether or not the shows will be postponed due to the global coronavirus pandemic, but just in case they do end up rescheduling, you can experience the band's intense 60-hour stage setup virtually.

Watch a shortened version of the Live aus Berlin film below, where you'll also find the band's announcement.