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Peter Tägtgren leaves Lindemann project

Posted in Misc., News with tags , , , , on 18th November 2020 by izaforestspirit

Till Lindemann and Peter Tägtgren have decided to end their partnership on the industrial metal project Lindemann after seven years and two successful albums. The Rammstein front-man Till Lindemann has retained rights to the Lindemann name and plans to continue project with a possible new line-up.

Lindemann was formed in 2013 as a collaboration between Till Lindemann (Rammstein) and Peter Tägtgren (Pain, Hypocrisy). Their last album ‘F & M’ was released last year. Their final work as a duo will be a live DVD of their show in Moscow 2020 which is expected to hit the shops in the spring 2021.

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Sabaton release studio trailer displaying the making of Heroes

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , on 7th March 2014 by Nico Davidson

19th May will see the release of the new album, Heroes, from Swedish power metal overlords Sabaton. In anticipation of the band’s seventh studio album, they have released the first video in a series of trailers showing the making process of the new album. The trailer can be viewed below.

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Sabaton unveil artwork for new album Heroes

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on 8th January 2014 by Nico Davidson

Sweden’s premier power metallers Sabaton have unveiled the artwork, as seen above, for their upcoming album Heroes which will be released in May, later this year. The band are currently in Abyss Studio with Peter Tägtgren recording the new album. The stunningly powerful artwork was created Péter Salla. The band’s bassist Pär Sundström comments:

We will record the album in Abyss studios together with Peter Tägtgren who also did Carolus Rex for us. He still has some aces in his sleeves that we are sure will lift the new album. We had the title in mind since before we even recorded Carolus Rex and we already had ideas for artwork years ago. We had a few different ones to choose from, but when we saw this one, we knew it was the right one for this album.

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