Tag: Lindemann

Interview: Hypocrisy talk “Worship” with Heavy New York!

Unwittingly for Hypocrisy, October has become a month filled with anniversaries and it doesn’t seem possible that we’ve reached the 28th year milestone for “Osculum Obscenum“, let alone the 24th for “The Final Chapter” and the 29th for “Penetralia” from Peter Tägtgren’s Swedish Death Metal project. 26th November via Nuclear Blast will see the next

Throwback: “Scrutinized” from Hypocrisy!

There is a certain irony that as “Virus” by Peter Tägtgren’s Swedish Death Metal act Hypocrisy turns sweet sixteen they should announce their first album in eight long years in “Worship“. Tägtgren hadn’t long announced his departure as one half of Lindemann before hitting the road to play the music of the band he formed

Bootleg: “Killing Art” from Hypocrisy!

Peter Tägtgren’s exit from Lindemann may have come as a surprise given the success of the project but his desire to return to his other bands has to be respected. Already back on the road with Hypocrisy, here’s “Killing Art” from the band in the Czech Republic on 13th August, which is kind of ironic

Interview: Peter Tägtgren talks to Heavy New York!

The exit stage left from Rammstein side project Lindemann after two well received albums could have only meant one thing for the Metal World. A return to works of Hypocrisy and Pain for multi instrumentalist mastermind Peter Tägtgren. He spoke to Heavy New York about his lyrical themes, inspirations, creative process and more in this

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! RS.

In 1969, Keith Richards was working on riffs for The Rolling Stones album “Let It Bleed” while the Mick Jagger was coming “Performance” with Richards then girlfriend and Anita Pallenberg. Richards jealousy led to a certain sense of tension creeping into “Gimme Shelter” as he was suspicious of the pair having an affair as the

Bootleg: “Home Sweet Home” from Lindemann!

The question on the lips of the fans of Lindemann is where does Rammstein vocalist Till Lindemann take the project now that Swedish multi-instrumentalist Peter Tägtgren (Pain, Hypocrisy) has exited stage left. The problem being that the Swedish-German Industrial supergroup created sweet, sweet music together with two albums in 4 years. That is something we’re

Bootleg: “Praise Abort” from Lindemann!

One of the final shows we witnessed before the Pandemic hit was Lindemann in full force at O2 Forum in Kentish Town, London and if ever there was a note to bow out on it was this one. A phenomenal show and a complete audio visual experience which fortunately for those that missed it was

Riff Police! Pull Over! #141: Savatage Vs Sabaton!

Lawyers all over the globe have their ears trained and their pencils sharpened for our weekly lethal dose of possible plaigarism that we do for s**** and giggles because we can. Don’t go writing in folks, it’s just for fun. You know, what we used to get from going to gigs, crowd surfing and… Facing

Live Review: Lindemann @ O2 Forum, Kentish Town, London

Do Lindemann really need an introduction? Well… The unmistakable Rammstein vocalist Till Lindemann is joined by Multi Instrumentalist and Producer extraordinaire Peter Tägtgren of Hypocrisy and PAIN fame to create a super group, having originally met in 2000 and become friends before agreeing to collaborate in 2013. The pair have gone on to create a

NEWS: Lindemann European Tour!

Given the huge popularity of German Industrial Metal Titans Rammstein and Swedish Death Metallers Hypocrisy and Industrial project PAIN, there can’t be many that don’t know about 22nd November. That will see the sophomore album from Till Lindemann and Peter Tägtgren supergroup Lindemann entitled “F&M” popping its cherry in follow up to “Skills In Pills“.