E Nomine (a twist of the Latin phrase In nomine meaning "In the name", where e nomine means "Out of the name") is a German musical project, formed in 1999, by producers Christian Weller and Friedrich "Fritz" Graner. Their music, which they call monumental dance, is an unusual combination of trance/techno and vocals which closely resemble Gregorian singing and chanting. Other vocals are performed by German synchronis (voice-over) speakers.

"Mitternacht" (ger. "Midnight") is a German/Latin song by E Nomine. It is the second song on their Finsternis album. Mitternacht is the debut single for the album, and the third overall by E Nomine. It features Christian Brückner, the German synchronis-speaker for Robert De Niro.

The music video has Senad Fuerzkelper Giccic (voiced by Brückner) in a Victorian-fashioned suit walking in what appears to be a "haunted mansion" in the midst of night.

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Comment by Crystal Shard on November 29, 2008 at 8:12pm
As it happens I did. Glad you like the video :-) I've added some notes for those not familiar with E Nomine.

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