Archive for Till Lindemann

Till Lindemann reveals cover art and tracklisting for his album

Posted in Metal, Misc., News, Studio Report with tags on 28th March 2015 by izaforestspirit

Till Líndemann and Peter Tägtgren are pleased to announce that the first Lindemann album will be entitled ‘Skills in Pills’. The cover artwork has recently been revealed on the band’s page. Check it out here:

The tracklisting will be as follows:
01. Skills In Pills
02. Ladyboy
03. Fat
04. Fish On
05. Children Of The Sun
06. Home Sweet Home
07. Cowboy
08. Golden Shower
09. Yukon
10. Praise Abort

‘Skills in Pills’ is due to hit the shops in May this year.
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Lindemann releases the first preview of the new album

Posted in Industrial, Metal, News, Studio Report with tags on 4th March 2015 by izaforestspirit

Till Lindemann and his new partner in crime Peter Taegtgren have released the first teaser for the upcoming Lindemann album. Here it is:

No tile or track-list has been mentioned yet but album is expected to hit the shops this May.

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Rammstein frontman launches new project with Peter Taegtgren

Posted in Metal, News, Uncategorized with tags , , on 10th January 2015 by izaforestspirit

Rammstein singer and frontman Till Lindemann has started a new project called Lindemann in collaboration with producer Peter Taegtgren (Hypocrisy, Pain). So far they have created a band logo and the band’s Facebook page has been launched.


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Apocalyptica premier video for Stormy Wagner

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on 16th December 2013 by Nico Solheim-Davidson

Apocalyptica, the Finnish cello rock unit, have premiered the video for Stormy Wagner, which can be viewed below. The song is apart of the band’s new live album Wagner Reloaded – Live In Leipzig, for which the band teamed up with MDR Leipzig Symphony Orchestra. The perfectly timed release of the album marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of legendary German composer Richard Wagner. Cellist Eicca Toppinen comments:

It’s complex to record a live album with an orchestra, because there are so many lines, microphones and there’s one stupid drummer, who beats the shit out of the drums and creates so much noise that everything is spoiled afterwards. It’s a challenge, we prepared well in advance, and Sven Helbig, the orchestrator, did a great job in making it run together, it works.

For Wagner Reloaded – Live In Leipzig, Apocalyptica created new compositions based on Wagner’s body of work and his life, teaming (with award-winning choreographer and dancer Gregor Seyffert to stage a brilliant and magical, cross-genre event featuring a live concert and theatrical production.

Since its inception, the Finnish cello-based heavy rock group Apocalyptica has been mining the classical form and structure creating compositions that are both unpredictable and unforgettable. From the Metallica covers that turned the music scene on its ear to 2007’s Worlds Collide — which saw the group collaborate (with everyone from Slipknot’s Corey Taylor to Rammstein’s Till Lindemann and Lacuna Coil’s Cristina Scabbia) — Apocalyptica have released seven studio albums featuring numerous cello-based instrumentals and vocal-based songs. They’ve explored styles from atmospheric interludes to fast, battering rhythms — their music has always been gripping, dynamic and full of melody.

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Rammstein’s Till Lindemann publishes poetry book

Posted in Metal, Misc., News, Rock with tags , , on 5th September 2013 by izaforestspirit

Ever wondered what famous rock stars like to do in their spare time? Well Rammstein‘s singer and frontman Till Lindemann has spent the past 20 years writing poetry.

He has just published his second poetry book entitled “In Stillen Nächten” (“In silent nights”). This is Mr. Lindemann’s second book of poems, the first being “Messer” (“Knife”) which came out back in 2002. “In Stillen Nächten” will be available from 2nd October via Kiepenheuer & Malevich and has an estimated price of around 16.99 euros.

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Rammstein to release video collection and new single

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on 30th November 2012 by Nico Solheim-Davidson

Sex and crime, blood and fire, monsters and mutations…

What sounds like a compendium of midnight movies is really just a collection of music videos. If we call them clips, at least Americans will think of the gun magazines they use to reload their weapons. That suits the explosive content.

With just a small creative core to set the agenda, Rammstein have consistently created stunning image sequences that are unparalleled internationally. Directors working with the band have demonstrated a clear sense of vision, tremendous courage, plus a unique refusal to compromise – and no box-set to date can attest to this as gloriously as the forthcoming box set, Videos 1995-2012 (editor’s note: You think they could have thought of a more creative title for the video collection), released through Spinefarm Records in the UK onDecember 17th 2012.

Almost a decade after the arrival of their first video retrospective, Lichtspielhaus (2003), an up-to-date and more complete picture of the band has finally emerged. While the clips show Rammstein in their purest form, a few lesser-known facts also come to light, primarily via the behind-the-flames footage from the individual shoots, plus the many interviews with the various people involved and of course the band members themselves.

A high point is the new clip for Mein Herz Brennt (My Heart Burns), lead track on the seminal Mutter album (2001), and the story behind it. So time-consuming was the promo to get right, that some of the band members started to see it as the ‘eternal video’, one they would be working on until their collective death. It ultimately took several attempts and the work of two directors to get this monumental piece off the ground.

Not only did this result in one of the most unusual videos in the history of a band notorious for their output in this area (Du Hast, Sonne, Links 2 3 4, Mein Teil, Mann Gegen Mann, Pussy, etc.); but as a reward for all the hard work, some extra footage was shot featuring front-man Till Lindemann in a solo performance of the ‘piano version’ of Mein Herz Brennt – the clip will premiere on the Rammstein website onDecember 7th 2012.

 

This ‘piano version’ of the song will be released as a singlevia Spinefarm UK on December 10th 2012; the single will be available on7” vinyl & CD Maxi, with both formats featuring the previously unreleased studio recording, Gib Mir Deine Augen.

Videos 1995 – 2012, meanwhile, is available as a Digi-pack Box Set with 3 DVDs or two Blu-ray discs; all 25 videos, including the makings-of (24), have been recently  updated – a full eight hours of official content complete with a detailed, 56-page booklet plus lenticular cover.

With this box set, Rammstein presents itself in all its glory: larger than life, larger than Hollywood.

Mein Hertz Brennt preorder:

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Singles 1995 – 2012 preorder

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