Can you make ice red hot?

The video was taken at the the EMO (which translates as "Machine Tool World Exposition") in Hannover at the booth of the company Huettinger. They have a video on their website where they show how its done: As already suspected, there is a metal piece inside the ice that is heated via induction. Towards the end of the video you can see that the glow comes from the red-hot metal, not from the ice itself.

Yes, it's a magic trick. Maybe the ice is actually housing a metallic substance which is being heated by induction. I'm no expert, as you may have deduced, but creating those kinds of currents and passing that current through a block of ice and seeing it become red hot? Something tells me this is an intelligent trick