The now-classic multiple exposure or long exposure of someone spinning or otherwise manipulating burning steel wool isn't anything new. Getting a stylized look at how the shoot goes down, however, is always worth a click. I invite you to check out this video by YouTubers The Proper People. The group seems to usually reserve their videos for exploring interesting abandoned buildings and long-forgotten locations. It's a pretty cool urban exploring site, for those of you into paying trespassing tickets.
This particular share, however, is a beautiful example of what glorious steel wool blooms can look like in capable hands. In particular, the smooth After Effects moves in the edit bring something new to the genre.
The great soundtrack works well in the spooky environment but still lends itself well to the frantic pace of the swinging steel wool fireballs. The song you're treating your ears to is "We Are The Wild Ones" by diegaR.
If the steel wool thing seems like something you'd like to try, consider a safe location, safety glasses, perhaps some protective clothing, and a rainy night wouldn't be horrible for your first attempt at not burning your face off. At the very least, take some advice from Von Wong first. Good luck and stay safe!