May 28, 2023

Rammstein frontman Until Lindemann fell off the stage on the band’s first live performance of the yr in Vilnius, Lithuania on Monday (Might 22).

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On the finish of the gig at Vingis Park, all six members of the German industrial steel band stood on the entrance of the stage to thank followers and wrap up the gig, as recorded in video footage.

Seconds later, Lindemann fell into a gap behind him whereas a lot of the band members remained oblivious to what occurred.

The band appeared the look into the void just a few seconds later, although it’s not identified if Lindemann sustained any accidents.

The band are resulting from proceed their European this weekend for 2 exhibits at Helsinki’s Olympiastadion on Saturday (27) and Sunday (28).

They will even carry out exhibits in Munich, Madrid, Lisbon, Budapest, Berlin, Paris and extra all through the summer season, earlier than their shut out on the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels on August 4. You’ll find extra particulars and buy any remaining tickets right here.

In the meantime, Lindemann has additionally introduced that he shall be coming to London later this yr to play a present at London’s Wembley Enviornment on December 12.

The reside date is a part of his forthcoming solo tour, which can hit 13 nations throughout Europe all through 2023, kicking off November 8 on the Leipzig Enviornment in Germany.

Till Lindemann, 2023
Until Lindemann. CREDIT: Press

As per a press launch, steel frontman will carry out new materials on the gigs together with renditions of traditional tracks, in addition to “extra movies, particular results and the unbelievable presence of among the finest frontmen in rock”.

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Earlier this yr, Lindemann featured on a brand new tune by Sharon Kovacs known as ‘Youngster Of Sin’.

In different information, the singer performed a punk, a cowboy and extra in new poker advert broadcast final month.