Rammstein’s Until Lindemann unveils new travel book

Till Lindemann is a man who enjoys extremes. When he’s not setting himself on fire with Rammstein or singing about transsexuals, cannibalism and rubber fetish with his side project Lindemann, the singer likes to communicate with nature, whether he’s hunting, fishing or going on expeditions into some of the most inhospitable environments in the world, buddy Joey Kelly from Irish-American folk group The Kelly Family.

In 2017, the couple released a photo book for National Geographic capturing a trip to the Yukon titled Yukon: My Hated Friend (My Hated Friend). Now the unlikely boys have returned with their second book, the 240-page Amazon: Reise Zum Rio Javari (Amazon: Reise zum Rio Javari), which can be ordered now. Frankly, we don’t know much more than that, but given the eye-catching cover picture and Lindemann’s almost pathological need to push yourself into the middle of the darkness in search of new experiences, we expect it to be something beautiful, and the occasional horror.

Start giving pointers to Santa Claus today.

As early as October, an Instagram post on Rammstein’s official account showed the band at work in the La Fabrique studios in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, where they recorded the 2019 untitled album. The accompanying caption reads: “Unfortunately, no tour this year – but it’s great to be back in the studio!” Ready when you are gentlemen …

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