English translation of the interview with David and Timo for the French magazine Rock One can be found on the  оfficial PANIK forum. For all who are not registered there, here is it. All credits go to Freaky.Conny who translated the interview and uploaded the scans.
Timo and David from Panik went to our office a few days after the concert at the Trabendo. The occasion to talk about a date that will stay in their minds.

What is the first memory you have when i talk about your last show at the Trabendo?
T : My stage-diving was memorable! I’ve filmed it for the first time. Jump in the crowd with my camera was amazing.
D : From the stage, yes it was really funny (laughs). We also did something we’ve never done before : a battle in Detroit rappers style, between DJ and guitare! It was really spontaneous and cool.
T : I also remember the fact that many people came from different countries. Some of them got tatoos of my lyrics, it’s unbelievable!
D : True! There was a swedish fan who tatooed an extract of Vorbei. It was beautiful and impressive.

It was a real event for all Panik fans over Europe. How did you feel when you went on stage?
D : We were feeling so good! In fact, this time we organised everything on our own, what is another consequence of our split from our old management, six months ago. So i’ve organised everything. I’ve never did it before. Until Saturday night, when we were finally going on stage, i was over excited. Especially because everything went perfectly well. This proove us we can do beautiful things without any help.

This concert wasn’t part of a tour, but a special event. How did you prepare it?
D : It was quite funny because we had no rehearsal room anymore. So we rent the rehearsal room of a friend of me, and we trained only a few days before the show. Honnestly, we didn’t play this year, so once all together, we had to go through the songs again. And furthermore, we were playing with a new bassist (André from Destination Anywhere, the preband). In fact, he knew the songs better than us because he just learned them (laughs), and we were like “shit, we can’t play our own songs” (laughs). But at the end, we just repeated the set a few times and everything was back. It’s like swimming, you learn and never forget.
T : It was the same with the lyrics. I was sometimes talking between the songs to have time to remember the next lyrics. (laughs) But we realise it’s in us.

I guess you wanted this show to be unforgettable...
T : Definitely. There are some songs we normaly don’t play that were on the setlist this time.
D : And there was this song with Steven! Steven was our bassist in 2003 when we started. He’s a good friend of mine, and he came to me asking if he could play for out last show. Of course i said yes, and we’ve played this old song “neonazi” that Timo and I play on the same guitare! It’s really funny to see. (laughs) It’s one of the things which made this show really special, even if we didn’t practice it before Saturday !
T : Talking about the setlist, we decided to keep the same we had for the German tour, because it was really working. We just change a bit the order of a few songs.
D : It was also the occasion to play songs of the last album we didn’t play yet. Especially because those songs were moren written to be played live than the songs of the first album.
T : And we’ve played the hip-hop songs a bit more rock live. The crowd was bouncing with so much energy. I think the next songs will be in this style.

What did you feel about playing with your old members, who told yo, a few months ago, they don’t want to go on with Panik?
D : Well..
T : ... The idea came from David, car we had to make a concert for our french fans. There was petitions to which we wanted to answer. And every old members, excepting Linke (bass player) was ok for it, because our french fans diserve it. And our last album wasn’t out there, there was no promotion, but the venue was full. It was awesome.
D : Of course, the relation with the others was a bit strange. On one hand, we’re still disappointed that they don’t want to go on, but on the other hand, we were together for 8 years... That’s how it is.

Did you talk about Panik’s future with them?
D : We just talked about everything else, but that. No. It’s too delicate, a bit like talking to your ex-girlfriend about your old relationship. (laughs)

What about Panik’s new projects?
T : We’re actually working on new songs, and i regularely shoot short movies.
D : Now the goal is to link music and videos. (laughs)

Live Panik + Destination Anywhere

Torned between the sadness of their official split, and the happiness of seing them all together for the last time, the french audience finally see its favorite german band full of energy!
From Siegen, David’s friends open the show with a set surprisingly fresh. Destination Anywhere’s Ska-punk style overflows with energy! 22-years-old david Conrad, blond singer, is surprised by the impact of his music on the audience who answer him everytime he talks. Later, we found again André, bass player, with Panik. Tonight he’s playing at Linke’s place, only member missing from the original band, known before 2009 as Nevada Tan. From the first song, teh german band shows an olympic energy. And is really willing to forget the inner tensions of the band to give pleasure to the fans. Timo is rapping unbelievable good while crossing the venue, and meanwhile Frank is singing really good, especially on Wollt Nur Wissen. David stay discrete in his corner, as usual, playing nice guitare solos and making the backvoices. He’s also making one of the best moment of the show with in piano solo in introduction to Kinder. On their side, Juri and André are making a good rythmic. And let’s not forget Jan, DJ, who won the improvised battle between scratches and guitare! Happy to share this moment with his audience, the band thanks them a lot. Danke schön, Bitte schön !
You can find interviews with Linke and Juri,talking about their life and plans after PANIK.
According to the information, the interviews are made for the official French PANIK forum and translated by panik-musik.blog.cz. So, all credits go to them.
David's answers fro March and April are already online on panik-david.de. English translation can be found here.

Full version of Linke's new songs can be heard not only on his myspace page but also on his Reverbnation profile.

And last but not least, Juri and his new band gave a short interview for the German radio N-Joy where they introduce themselves and present their song "Matko".
David gave an interview for the  Czech and Slovak fans. The original can be found on panik-fans.blog.cz.
How are you today?
I'm fine thanks. In the few weeks I took a bit time for myself, to care about all the stuff I didn't pay attention to the last years.

Do you like chatting with fans? (kyte etc.)
Well, ja. Chatting with fans is nice, especcially to get a feedback on the stuff you're composing and doing. As an artist you are in your own world, sometimes don't even get information about what's going on in the world - so it's nice to get some feedback about the work, you are doing.

How do you celebrate Christmas as a vegetarian?
Strange question.. well.. as everyone else too - without meat. :)

How long have you been vegetarian?
2 1/2 years now.

And have you decided not to eat meat with Timo?
No, Timo was faster than me. He decided it about 1 year before I did.

Do you read Timo's blogs?
No, only very rarely. I talk to him everyday :)

As an artist, does it bother you, when people care just about your image and not that much about your music?
No, guess this is part of the job, you are doing.

You visited music school, right? I mean as a high school.
Yes, I did.
Do you think it influenced you a lot?
No, but I think, longer or shorter, this band influenced the system.
(I think this was a little misunderstanding - I meant the school and David meant the band)

Honestly, did you like Czech Republic?
Well, we were there only once - and this is a pretty long time ago.. :) so, from what I remember, yes.

How do you choose which messages on myspace will you answer to?
I try to answer every message - and if there is too much, I just take every second :)

By the way, all fans say 'hi' to you :)
Thank you! A big hi back, that there is a little hi for everyone :)

Ok and now back to the dark times, many things like Grau, Immer noch da, the old version of Revolution, Was and also the videos like Schwul oda was and the old one making of Niemand hört dich were published. How did this happen?
Dark times? Well.. funny times - times without contracts :)
What ever, when we were PANIK (without contracts) we put all our stuff for free into the internet. All this is no secret, it is a big part of our story.

Some people say, any of you doesn't want other people to see the videos, is it a rumour then?
We don't care.

Do you speak english so well because of your family in England?
I don't have a family in England, just my godmother. I practiced english a lot in the past, and have many english speaking friends.

Do you think often about the future? (wedding, kids..)

Have you thought about new members of Panik?
No, not yet.

Well and do you think there is any chance for brighter times?
Of course. There is a big author, wise words: Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God. I can recommend this book, to every single one.
I meant for Panik..
If there is one thing I realized in the last years of my young life, it's that everything always comes to an end - but (this is suprisingly the important part:) "end" is just a "change", and "change" is the best thing, that can happen to all of us. Change happens all the time, it is life, and I am now facing the fact, that I am really, really curious, what my life has planned for me, in my future.
So you're just living your life, taking this just as a part of a big journey..?
Well, I definitely think that the journey PANIK begun is not ending yet. :)

How did you feel after the last concert in Hamburg?
Hamburg? Like every concert else. We tried to make it as nice as possible for everyone.

What was your favourite fairytale?
Fairytale? Shrek :P

Are you going to play In Taxi nach Paris at the Paris concert?
No, deffinitely not. That was just a job I had to do :)

Do you know any czech composer? (from school probably)
Well, I know "Dvorak", but I'm not sure, if he's czech..
He is :)
Fine :)

Have you heard about Panikday?
Yes, I heard about it.

You know this one?
2004 I think :)
Sure I do, I was writing an essay about Rap rock, so I was looking for some old pictures everywhere :)
Not funny :D but I got an A

Facebook or Twitter?

Why did Max leave?
That's long ago and not subject of this interview.

Will we ever know, why exactly did guys leave or they just don't want to tell us?
If they won't tell, no one will know.

Do you remember the czech fans from München?
The last tour? Ja. And autograph session? Too.

And what happened to the bracelets?
Which bracelets? Sorry, can't remember them :)

Do you check your fansites?
Sometimes :)

What happened at the Musikmesse? You wrote something about concert, did you play just with Juri?
I presented a new project, but i will not talk about it yet.

Ok, what's you favourite Scrubs character?

Is there any contact for those, who wants to get an autograph?
Melinda (panik-david.de)

Do you have some more information about the new DVD?
I'm working on it right now :)

And the last one, I guess, is there going to be an autograph session in Paris?
After the concert, yes, we will give autographs.

Thank you for everything, it was very nice of you :)
No problem
:) Ja, thank you for the interview.
The band has given an interview for the French PANIK forum before their concert in Paris on 24th April.
The English translation of it can be read on paniknews.blogspot.com.