• Different configurations for “Skills In Pills” album

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    Today Lindemann officially announched the different configurations for the upcoming “Skills In Pills” album.

    SKILLS IN PILLS will be available in the following configurations:

    1. Standard Edition
    (2panel digipack, 28pages booklet)

    2. Special Edition
    (BluRay-packaging, 28pages booklet, bonus track)

    3. Super Deluxe Edition
    (large-size book, hardcover, 80 pages, telescope-carton, CD+bonus track)

    4. Vinyl
    (gatefold sleeve, 28pages booklet, bonus track, includes album-download-code)

    5. Digital
    http://apple.co/1En69eI

    Stay tuned, music to follow soon!

    Source: https://www.facebook.com/Lindemann



  • New artwork “Skills In Pills”

    Today Lindemann released on their facebook page a new piece of artwork for their upcoming album “Skills In Pills”.

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    Source: https://www.facebook.com/Lindemann



  • Will there be different editions of the album?

    Last week the German website Amazon.de had for a short period of time the pre-order information for the Lindemann “Skills In Pills” album online. But it was deleted shortly after.
    Interesting was that the release-date for the album was moved to June 24.
    According to Amazon.de the album will be released in different editions, a “Standard Edition”, “Deluxe Edition”, “Super Deluxe Edition” and “Vinyl”.

    Source: Amazon.de



  • Another Potential Headliner Ruled Out Of Soundwave 2016

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    Metal fans hoping to see the gimp-suited, dildo-wielding, fire-scorched antics of Germany’s Rammstein live on the Soundwave stage in 2016 will be sorely disappointed, with promoter AJ Maddah officially crossing them off the list.

    When an eager fan pitched the Berlin industrial-strength metallers for the 2016 bill via Twitter, the Soundwave boss replied with a curt, “No. They won’t be back in time for SW16.”

    However, there is still some hope for fans of the band, with Maddah conceding that there is “definitely” a chance of one of the Rammstein members’ side projects, Richard Z. Kruspe’s Emigrate or frontman Till Lindemann’s new solo project, Lindemann, gracing one of the festival’s many stages next year.

    The official dates for SW16 were announced last week, signalling the event’s return to the one-day format, hitting Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane only, and settling into the Big Day Out’s time slots around the Australia Day holiday.

    Source: http://musicfeeds.com.au/