Statue Of Rammstein’s Till Lindemann Stolen In Germany

Yesterday (January 4), Rammstein’s Till Lindemann was honored with a new statue in Rostock, Germany. However, the sculpture, which was unveiled on the singer’s 60th birthday, has already been stolen. According to NDR, police have already received a report about the theft and are currently looking for witnesses. The statue was designed by Roxxy, who shared the below photos it:

Rammstein’s Till Lindemann Guests On New Zaz Song “Le Jardin Des Larmes”

Rammstein’s Till Lindemann is featured on Zaz’s new song “Le Jardin Des Larmes.” You can find an official video for that track below. “Le Jardin Des Larmes” appears on Zaz’s latest album “Isa.”

Till Lindemann (Rammstein) Announces Solo European Shows

Till Lindemann (Rammstein) has announced some solo European shows. Here’s the dates:

01/18 Kiev, Ukraine – Stereo Plaza
01/20 Bratislava, Slovakia – EXPO-Aréna
01/22 Prague, Czech Republic – Tipsport Arena
01/23 Tallinn, Estonia – Tondiraba Ice Hall
01/26 Novossibirsk, Russia – Mvk “Novosibirsk Ekspotsentr”
01/28 Moscow, Russia – Adrenaline Stadium

Rammstein’s Till Lindemann Detained & Questioned In Russia

According to BBC, Rammstein’s Till Lindemann was recently arrested in Russia. The frontman was taken into custody and questioned by authorities after he was scheduled to perform at the “Maklarin For The Motherland” festival in Tver, Russia. Lindemann‘s detainment was related to restrictions that were placed on large gathering due to the coronavirus pandemic.

RIA said the following:

“The department informed the organizers of the festival, a representative of the invited artist Till Lindemann – Reyband A.R., that holding the festival without observing the above restrictions is categorically unacceptable, since it would pose a threat to the life and health of citizens.”

The event’s organizer Maxim Larin also commented:

“The festival in full, as we tried to organize, we are unable to do it due to the decision and physical obstacle of the authorities. Today and yesterday we were shown this.”

He also told BBC that authorities took issue with the festival’s name and that he believes the cancellation was political:

“It is a pity that the holding’s anniversary and mine were enveloped in politics and everything was destroyed.”

Summa Inferno are also reporting that Lindemann’s manager Anar Reiband was accused of pretending to be a tourist to enter the country. Authorities believe he was involved in organizing the festival. As a result, he could get deported and possibly banned from Russia.

Aside from this issue, Lindemann is also in trouble for selling the “Lubimiy Gorod” music video that he filmed at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia as a NFT. According to DW, he had permission to film the clip, but didn’t have permission to sell it. The museum said the following:

“The use of images of objects from the museum’s collection and furnishings in the collection […] was not agreed with the museum.”

“Mr. Lindemann personally signed a contract with the Hermitage allowing him to use images of the Hermitage and all prepared materials exclusively for the music video.”

Till Lindemann (Rammstein) To Release New Solo Single “Ich Hasse Kinder”

Till Lindemann (Rammstein) has announced that he will be releasing a new solo single, titled “Ich Hasse Kinder” (“I Hate Kids” in English), on June 1. A teaser for the track’s official music video can be found below:

Lindemann (Rammstein) Share Footage Of “Stef Auf” From “Live In Moscow” Blu-ray

Lindemann have shared footage of “Stef Auf” from their new Blu-ray “Live In Moscow.” That effort features the band’s March 15, 2020 show at VTB Arena in Moscow, Russia and it was officially released today (May 21).

Rammstein’s Till Lindemann Shares New Video For Orchestral Version Of “Lubimiy Gorod”

Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann has shared a new video for an orchestral version of “Lubimiy Gorod.” The Russian-language track was recorded for the new film “Devyatayev,” which was released in Russia on April 29. The song, which was composed by Yevgeniy Dolmatovsky and Nikita Bogoslovsky, was originally performed by Mark Bernes in 1939.