Lindemann, the new project from Rammstein lead singer Till Lindemann and Peter Tägtgren of the Swedish metal band Hypocrisy and industrial rockers Pain, are preparing the release of their highly anticipated debut album Skills In Pills. The effort, which was originally slated to arrive in May, will now be released on June 23, via Warner Bros. Records in the U.S., following the global release on June 19.

Skills In Pills is available for pre-order now via iTunes and the Warner Music store. It will be available as a standard CD, a Special Edition with a bonus track titled “That’s My Heart,” a 12” Vinyl with 28-page booklet, a CD and album download and in a Super Deluxe version featuring an 80-page coffee table book and CD with a bonus track. The first single off the effort is "Praise Abort," which will be released on May 29. For the complete track listing of Skills in Pills click here.

Lindemann isn’t the first Rammstein member to work on other musical ventures. In 2014, guitarist Richard Kruspe released the album Silent So Long with his band Emigrate. In an exclusive video interview with Loudwire, Kruspe talked about the decision he and his Rammstein bandmates made to take a year off from the group so they could focus on other projects. Watch it below.

Rammstein are one of the most successful German rock bands of all-time, selling over 17 million records around the world. Peter Tägtgren, the man behind both Hypocrisy and Pain, is also a well-respected and highly-acclaimed metal producer. He has worked with Children of Bodom, Cradle of Filth and more.

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