With the cancelation of the venerable Maryland Deathfest this year, now rescheduled to 2021, the fest’s organizers are scrambling to offset the loss of income and other associated hardships. They have done so much for our scene in America and now all over the globe. MDF is now offering a fundraiser for an exclusive shirt and several donation options to help them out, so if you can afford to give, please do. Continue reading
UPDATED: Rammstein frontman has posted an update regarding frontman Till Lindemann. According to published reports from German newspaper Bild, and Blabbermouth.net Till was in intensive care in a Berlin hospital after being diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. Rammstein’s FB post now says TIll was in the hospital, in intensive care, but DID NOT have a positive coronavirus test. Bild is a formerly respected newspaper and Blabbermouth.net reported the story first in America, which we then shared. We hope Till gets well soon and Ghost Cult apologizes for any confusion our post has caused. Continue reading
UPDATED: Rammstein followed up this news by confirming that Till Lindemann was admitted to the hospital for pneumonia, but that he tested negative for Coronavirus. The German newspaper Bild has not posted a retraction but updated the story with the corrected news. Shameful. More news here. According to published reports from German newspaper Bild and Blabbermouth.net, Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann is in intensive care in a Berlin hospital after being diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. Rammstein performed in Moscow earlier this month on March 15th. Once he returned home to Berlin he was hospitalized with an extremely high fever and he later tested positive for coronavirus. He was immediately sent to intensive care and placed under quarantine. Rammstein has released a new live DVD concert today, Rammstein Live Aus Berlin (Universal), and is in the midst of a world tour supporting last years’ self-titled album.