Till Lindemann

Metal Singer

Till Lindemann was born in Leipzig, Leipzig District, Germany on January 4th, 1963 and is the Metal Singer. At the age of 61, Till Lindemann biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
The Hammer, Till The Hammer
Date of Birth
January 4, 1963
Place of Birth
Leipzig, Leipzig District, Germany
61 years old
Zodiac Sign
$8 Million
Actor, Carpenter, Film Actor, Poet, Singer, Songwriter, Swimmer, Writer
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Till Lindemann Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 61 years old, Till Lindemann has this physical status:

Hair Color
Eye Color
Greenish Blue
Not Available
Till Lindemann Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Empor Rostock Sport Club
Till Lindemann Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Not Available
Dating / Affair
Anja Köseling (1985-1997), Marina Drujko (2000), Sophia Thomalla (2011-2015), Alycen Rowse
Werner Lindemann, Brigitte Hildegard “Gitta” Lindemann
Saskia (Younger Sister)
Till Lindemann Career


Lindemann, a Schwerin-based experimental rock band who released an album titled Saddle Up in 1992, performed one song ("Lied von der unruhevollen Jugend") with a punk band called Feeling B, which was the former Rammstein band including Paul Landers, Christoph Schneider, and Christian "Flake" Lorenz. He played the drums in Feeling B during his time in Feeling B. Lindemann began writing songs in the 1990s. In 1994, the band entered and won a competition in Berlin that enabled them to record a four track demo properly. When asked why Rammstein was chosen after the Ramstein air show disaster, he said he watched videos of the incident on television and that he and the bandmates wanted to make a musical memorial.

Lindemann then migrated to Berlin. Lindemann's ears, hair, and arms burned during Rammstein's early years, partly because of his use of over-the-top pyrotechnics. "Till gets burned all the time, but he likes the pain," bandmate Christoph Schneider said. Lindemann received his certificate in pyrotechnics as a result of an incident in September 1996, allowing the band to perform with pyrotechnics more efficiently than it had before.

Lindemann and his bandmate Christian "Flake" Lorenz were arrested in Worcester, Massachusetts, for lewd conduct during their album "Bück dich" ("bend over"), which involved Lindemann using a squirting dildo and simulating an anal sex on Lorenz. Both Lindemann and Lorenz were released the next day after bail was obtained. Lindemann did not stop performing in the same way as future shows outside of the United States, particularly in Australia during the 2011 Big Day Out, but this was not the case for all remaining US shows on tour. For example, "Bück dich" at the Roseland Theater in Portland, Oregon, was performed in the same way on 18 June 1999. The band was blamed for the 1999 Columbine massacre, but they denied that their music was a factor. Lindemann's poetry collection Messer was released in November 2002. It consists of 54 poems compiled by Gert Hof, the book's author and designer, and the band's pyrodesigner for the past seven years. Lindemann and Flake were interviewed by heavy metal anthropologist Sam Dunn on the subject of shock rock in July 2010.

Lindemann is not stranger to injury, as he said in Rammstein's early career that he'd been burned several times with unprofessionally strungled pyrotechnics. At a performance in Sweden in 2005, he sustained a knee injury while riding a Segway PT. Several tour dates in Asia were postponed due to the accident.

Five Rammstein albums received platinum awards in 2005, and the band also received the "World Sales Awards" for over ten million copies sold worldwide.

Lindemann wanted a light put in his mouth during the filming of the band's "Ich tu dir weh" band's music video, a visually stunning effect was desired. Paul Landers, a bandmate, suggested that he use a flesh colored wire and run it along his cheek to bring a light to his mouth from the outside. Lindemann refused, but instead had a surgical incision in his left cheek, so that a light could be delivered directly into his mouth and largely out of sight.

Lindemann's "The Till Hammer" is a specific performance move. In a hammering motion while changing his head from side to side, he bends his knees, beats his thigh with a fist. On occasion, Flake has been seen to parody the change onstage. Lindemann said in an interview that he does not like being seen on stage and would wear sunglasses to obscure views of the audience.

The band's signature pyrotechnics has also been shown to be a device in distracting the audience's attention away from Lindemann, although not doubling as a spectacle for the audience. Except when speaking directly with an audience member, Lindemann tends to simply glance at the mixing booth in the middle of the crowd. Lindemann was ranked at number 50 of the top metal frontmen of all time by Roadrunner Records in 2011. In stillen Nächten, Lindemann's second poetry collection, was released in 2013. "The overwhelming majority of my poems could have been published a few hundred years ago," he said of the poetry.

Lindemann will begin a new project with Peter Tägtgren on his 52nd birthday (4 January 2015). Skills in Pills, the band's debut album, was released in June 2015. Lindemann's second album, F&M, was released on November 22, 2019.

Lindemann performed Lubimy Gorod (Russian: Beloved Town) in Russian in 2021, a Russian war song written by Mark Bernes in 1939 for the Russian film V2. (Devyatayev): Those who have left Hell will be able to flee Hell. Till Lindemann was nominated for Best Narrative at the Berlin Music Video Awards 2020 with his music video 'Frau & Mann.' In 2021, his music video 'Alle Tage is kein Sonntag' received a award for Most Bizarre.

Lindemann embarked on a book signing tour around Russia in 2018 for his poetry book Messer, which was first released in German and then translated into Russian and re-released to Russia. Lindemann appeared in Moscow with an unknown individual in a gimp costume. Lindemann led the female gimp through the crowd before he sat down to sign autographs and talk to fans. It's now unknown who was in the outfit, but it's believed he was his girlfriend at the time.

In David Lynch's 1997 film, Lost Highway, two songs from the album Herzeleid were used. Lindemann has appeared in several films, including in the 1999 film Pola X, with his bandmate Christoph Schneider as a player, and also appearing as an animal rights activist in the 2004 film Vinzent. While performing "Feuer frei," Lindemann and the rest of Rammstein appeared in the 2002 film xXx (Triple-X starring Vin Diesel).


Martin Schindler, a German darts player, is forced to cancel his walk-on song by metal band Rammstein

www.dailymail.co.uk, June 16, 2023
Martin Schindler will no longer walk out to his regular entrance song due to charges of sexual assault against the band's singer. Although the entrance of the German darts actor is often marked by German band Rammstein, the actor has confirmed that he will no longer do so. Till Lindemann, a Rammstein singer, has been accused of numerous incidents of sexual assault.