In November of last year, Till Lindemann and Peter Tägtgren announced the end of their collaboration on the former’s project Lindemann. Across two albums, 2015’s Skills in Pills and 2019’s F&M (review), the duo explored themes that were even more tongue-in-cheek than Lindemann’s Rammstein would touch, and they had an entire song (and resulting controversy) about sodomy.
Upon this announcement, fans were promised a final live release called Live in Moscow sometime in spring 2021, capturing one of the final concerts of the original collaboration at the VTB Arena in Moscow, Russia. The release will feature two concerts performed on March 15, 2020, right before things shut down worldwide in the era of Pandemia.
We now have a release date for this concert film and live album, as this package is due out on May 21st. While the listings are found on amazon.de, it is possible to sign in with any Amazon account and order any edition of the concert film, though the Super Deluxe and Limited 2 LP versions are exclusive to amazon.de.
Fans may choose their preferred format, including:
DVD (digipack, 20-page booklet)
Blu-ray (digipack, 20-page booklet)
Deluxe CD + blu-ray (hardcover digibook, 40 pages booklet)
Super Deluxe box set, limited to 4,000 copies (Deluxe CD + Bly-ray edition, 2 masks of Till and Peter, 5 illustrations, certificate of authenticity)
2 LP (2x180-gram black vinyls, journal size booklet)
Limited 2 LP, Amazon.de exclusive (2x180-gram red vinyls, journal size booklet)
Check out the release trailer, as well as the track “Allesfresser” from the Live in Moscow concert film below: