Lindemann (Rammstein, Hypocrisy) Premiere “Steh Auf” Music Video

Lindemann, the band featuring Till Lindemann (Rammstein) and Peter Tägtgren (Hypocrisy, Pain), have premiered a new song titled “Steh Auf.” You can find an official video for the track, along with a remix by Trivium’s Matt Heafy below. The song will appear on Lindemann’s new album “F & M,” which is set to be released on November 22.

“F & M” Track Listing:

01. “Steh Auf”
02. “Ich Weiß Es Nicht”
03. “Allesfresser”
04. “Blut”
05. “Knebel”
06. “Frau & Mann”
07. “Ach So Gern”
08. “Schlaf Ein”
09. “Gummi”
10. “Platz Eins”
11. “Wer Weiß Das Schon”

Bonus Tracks:

12. “Mathematik” (original version)
13. “Ach So Gern” (pain version)

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Lindemann (Rammstein, Hypocrisy) Tease New Song “Stef Auf”

Lindemann, the band featuring Till Lindemann (Rammstein) and Peter Tägtgren (Hypocrisy, Pain), have posted a teaser for their new song “Stef Auf.” An official video for the track is expected to debut on Friday (September 13). This news comes after Tägtgren recently confirmed that their new album has already been completed.

Lindemann (Rammstein, Hypocrisy) Finish New Album

Lindemann, the band featuring Till Lindemann (Rammstein) and Peter Tägtgren (Hypocrisy, Pain), have officially finished their new album. Tägtgren confirmed the news on Facebook, saying the following: “Btw, Lindemann new album is done, produced & mixed by yours truly …”

Rammstein Members Defy Russia’s Anti-LGBTQ Stance By Kissing Onstage In Moscow

Rammstein guitarists Richard Z. Krupse and Paul Landers recently defied Russia’s anti-LGBTQ stance by kissing onstage during their July 29 show at Luzniki Stadium in Moscow. The two have previously shared a kiss during “Ausländer“ on other dates of their European tour, but doing it Russia is quite a statement that could have some repercussions considering the country has a “gay propaganda” law, which makes it illegal to depict homosexual acts as normal. The group shared a photo with the caption “Russia, we love you!” written in Russian.

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Rammstein Add Three More Dates To 2020 European Tour

Rammstein have added some more dates to their 2020 European tour. You can find their updated schedule below.

Tour Dates:

05/25 Klagenfurt, AUT – Worthersee Stadion
05/29 Leipzig, GER – Red Bull Arena
05/30 Leipzig, GER – Red Bull Arena
06/02 Stuttgart, GER – Mercedes-Benz Arena
06/03 Stuttgart, GER – Mercedes-Benz Arena
06/06 Zurich, SWI – Stadion Letzigrund
06/07 Zurich, SWI – Stadion Letzigrund
06/10 Ostend, BEL – Park De Nieuwe Koers
06/17 Belfast, IRE – Boucher Road Playing Fields
06/20 Coventry, UK – Ricoh Stadium
06/24 Nijmegen, NET – Goffertpark
06/27 Dusseldorf, GER – Merkur Spiel-Arena
06/28 Dusseldorf, GER – Merkur Spiel-Arena
07/01 Hamburg, GER – Volksparkstadion
07/02 Hamburg, GER – Volksparkstadion
07/04 Berlin, GER – Olympiastadion
07/05 Berlin, GER – Olympiastadion
07/09 Lyon, FRA – Groupana Stadium
07/10 Lyon, FRA – Groupana Stadium
07/13 Turin, ITA – Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino
07/17 Warsaw, POL – PGE Narodowy
07/21 Tallinn, EST – Song Festival Grounds
07/26 Trondheim, NOR – Granasen
07/31 Gothenburg, SWE – Ullevi Stadium
08/01 Gothenburg, SWE – Ullevi Stadium
08/04 Aarhus, DEN – Ceres Park

Watch Metallica’s Robert Trujillo & Kirk Hammett Cover Rammstein’s “Engel” Live In Berlin, Germany

During Metallica’s July 6 show in Berlin, Germany, Robert Trujillo and Kirk Hammett performed a live cover of Rammstein’s “Engel” as part of their “doodle” segment. You can see footage of that below:

Rammstein Add More Dates To 2020 European Tour

Rammstein have added some more dates to their 2020 European tour. You can find their updated schedule below.

Tour Dates:

05/25 Klagenfurt, AUT – Worthersee Stadion
05/29 Leipzig, GER – Red Bull Arena
05/30 Leipzig, GER – Red Bull Arena
06/02 Stuttgart, GER – Mercedes-Benz Arena
06/03 Stuttgart, GER – Mercedes-Benz Arena
06/06 Zurich, SWI – Stadion Letzigrund
06/07 Zurich, SWI – Stadion Letzigrund
06/10 Ostend, BEL – Park De Nieuwe Koers
06/17 Belfast, IRE – Boucher Road Playing Fields
06/24 Nijmegen, NET – Goffertpark
06/27 Dusseldorf, GER – Merkur Spiel-Arena
06/28 Dusseldorf, GER – Merkur Spiel-Arena
07/01 Hamburg, GER – Volksparkstadion
07/02 Hamburg, GER – Volksparkstadion
07/04 Berlin, GER – Olympiastadion
07/05 Berlin, GER – Olympiastadion
07/09 Lyon, FRA – Groupana Stadium
07/13 Turin, ITA – Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino
07/17 Warsaw, POL – PGE Narodowy
07/21 Tallinn, EST – Song Festival Grounds
07/26 Trondheim, NOR – Granasen
07/31 Gothenburg, SWE – Ullevi Stadium
08/04 Aarhus, DEN – Ceres Park