Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann, now 60, remains one of metal’s most provocative figures. When he’s not helping mastermind some of the most incredible music videos, not to mention controversial in modern metal, he’s blasting flamethrowers, cockcannons, and blasters at Rammstein’s insane and incendiary live shows. , or can be found deploying flame artillery.
Of course, even when he’s not on stage with Rammstein, he tends to be completely insane. Lindemann’s eponymous side His projects may not have as much budget freedom as his day job, but live shows aren’t all that dirty. The 2020 show in Moscow saw suppositories popping onto the screen, wiener walls and fish-throwing pranks.
Lindemann co-founder Peter Tagtgren may have left the project in 2020, but his appearance on Till’s 59th birthday in Dubai in 2020 didn’t come without Till throwing a birthday cake at the audience. It shows that the band’s messy ethos remains intact when it started.
Arrive on stage like a cross with Harley Quinn delirium-Playing Eddie Murphy of the era Ares Fresser It starts off pretty subdued, at least by Lindemann standards. Indeed, in the background, the screen shows Till eating spaghetti. sailor moon Costumes and Translated Lyrics”I love you I need you / Give me more, come eatIt puts a lynching spin on the proceedings, but it still feels very much like “Lindemann doing Lindemann.”
Things really revolve around the halfway point when a tray of incredibly creamy cake is brought out. I did.
Whether it’s being an outspoken advocate for LGBTQ+ rights, reportedly greeting Ukrainian refugees arriving in Germany in 2021, or simply being a metal follower, he’s been criticized worldwide for all of his splat-happy tendencies. metalheads love Till Lindemann dearly. The craziest, messiest provocateur. Salute, Till.