Rammstein Frontman Till Lindemann’s Insane Moscow Solo Show Is Coming to Theaters

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When he’s not fronting world-renowned German industrial metallers Rammstein, Till Lindemann has his own solo project — named, you guessed it, Lindemann — alongside Hypocrisy/Pain frontman Peter Tägtgren, in which he makes psychosexual party rock for the masses. Now, the project’s last show from March of 2020 in Moscow is being released as a concert film — and it’s coming to a theater near you!

Lindemann: Live In Moscow will see release in theaters on May 20th in the US, the UK, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, and Australia. The film documents the band’s March 15th show at Moscow’s VTB Arena, and is being hailed by distributors as “the last great party before lockdown” and “the greatest of all shutdown parties.” According to Louder, ongoing streamings of the film will also take place this summer in Germany and Austria.

Here’s a preview of what you’ll see in the film:

More information about the theatrical release of Lindemann: Live In Moscow can be found at the film’s website. On May 21st, the film will also be released in several formats, including DVD, Blu-ray, a deluxe CD and Blu-ray edition, a super deluxe box set limited to 4,000 copies, and vinyl.

Those of you who can’t get enough of that sweet Deutsche action can catch Till fronting Rammstein at one of the following upcoming dates:

North American Tour 2021

8/22 – Montreal, QC – Parc Jean-Drapeau
8/26 – Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field
9/1 – Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
9/3 – Minneapolis, MN – U.S. Bank Stadium
9/8 – Foxborough, MA – Gillette Stadium
9/10 – East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium
9/18 – Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
9/24 – San Antonio, TX – Alamodome
9/30 – Mexico City, MX – Foro Sol
10/1 – Mexico City, MX – Foro Sol

European Tour 2022

5/20 – Leipzig Red Bull Arena
5/21 – Leipzig Red Bull Arena
5/25 – Klagenfurt Wörthersee Stadion
5/30 – Zurich Stadion Letzigrund
5/31 – Zurich Stadion Letzigrund
6/4 – Berlin Olympiastadion
6/5 – Berlin Olympiastadion
6/10 – Stuttgart Cannstatter Wasen
6/11 – Stuttgart, Cannstatter Wasen
6/14 – Hamburg Volksparkstadion
6/15 – Hamburg Volksparkstadion
6/18 – Düsseldorf Merkur Spiel-Arena
6/19 – Düsseldorf Merkur Spiel-Arena
6/22 – Aarhus Ceres Park
6/26 – Coventry Ricoh Arena
6/30 – Cardiff Principality Stadium
7/4 – Nijmegen Goffertpark
7/8 – Lyon Groupama Stadium
7/9 – Lyon Groupama Stadium
7/12 – Turin Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino
7/16 – Warsaw PGE Narodowy
7/20 – Tallinn Song Festival Grounds
7/24 – Oslo Bjerke Travbane
7/29 – Gothenburg Ullevi Stadium
7/30 – Gothenburg Ullevi Stadium
8/3 – Ostend Park De Nieuwe Koers


Words by Chris Krovatin