Lindemann — “Platz Eins,” from the album F & M (2019).
Lindemann — “Knebel,” from the album F & M (2019).
Lindemann — “Blut,” from the album F & M (2019).
Lindemann — “Fish On,” from the album Skills in Pills (2015).
Lindemann — “That’s My Heart,” from the album Skills in Pills (2015).
Lindemann — “Praise Abort,” from the album Skills in Pills (2015).
I know Lindemann just released their second album (F&M), but I have such a soft spot for their 2015 debut, Skills in Pills, which is why I chose it as album of the week. The first song I ever heard from Lindemann was “Praise Abort,” and oddly enough, it sold me on this band. Or perhaps it is simply that Till Lindemann is half of the duo and I adore him.
Optic Oppression, the electro-industrial-synth rock band I’ve been raving about since July, is releasing their first full-length LP on November 29th. The album, entitled Halfway to Hell, is available for pre-save on Spotify. (If you choose to do this, you will receive the digital rewards package, which includes behind-the-scenes videos and high resolution artwork.)
This morning, Side-Line offered readers the premiere of the first single from Halfway to Hell, a song called “Revolution.” Check it out here.
Lindemann, a Swedish/German duo made up of Peter Tägtgren (Pain, Hypocrisy) and Till Lindemann (Rammstein), are releasing their sophomore album, F & M, on November 22nd. So far, there have been three singles — “Steh auf,” “Ich weiß es nicht,” and “Knebel” — and three days ago, the band offered a 49 second clip of a track entitled “Gummi.”
I am so excited for this album!
Aesthetic Perfection ft. Richard Z. Kruspe — “Gods & Gold”