Album: Skills in Pills (2015)


  • Lindemann is a duo comprising lead vocalist Till Lindemann of German group Rammstein, and multi-instrumentalist Peter Tägtgren of Swedish death metal band Hypocrisy and industrial metal project PAIN. This was the first song written by the duo. Tägtgren recalled to "That song comes from Till´s lyrics and he was feeding me with ideas of what could fit to these lyrics he had. He kinda said 'Could you make a song that sounds a little bit like this or that?' That´s how we started it."

    "I did the song and I gave it to him and a couple of weeks later he sent me back the vocals he did for it and I was like "Holy s--t, we´ve got something here!"


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