Rammstein Frontman’s Lindemann Project Post Live Performance of “Blut”


Did yesterday’s solo track from Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann, a piano ballad sung in Russian, leave you craving more of his sultry, sweet voice?

You’re in luck: Lindemann, Till’s project with Peter Tägtgren (Pain, Hypocrisy), have shared a live version of their track “Blut.” The performance comes from the band’s forthcoming live Blu-ray/album, Live In Moscow — filmed on March 15, 2020 at the VTB Arena in Moscow, Russia — which was one of the last shows before Tägtgren left the band in November. Lindemann’s sophomore album under the Lindemann moniker, F&M, was released last year.

Till Lindemann has been busy of late, making a short porn film, co-authoring Amazonas: Reise zum Rio Javaria German-language picture book for National Geographic, and unveiling his own line of vibrators.

Rammstein made good use of their pandemic time off by working on a new album on a way quicker timeline than usual. The band recently revealed the effort is basically finished. They’ve also rescheduled their 2021 European stadium tour, already once moved from 2020, to 2022.

Live in Moscow will come out on May 21. Check out “Blut” below.

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