RAMMSTEIN Announces Summer 2019 European Tour

November 2, 2018

German industrial metallers RAMMSTEIN have announced a batch of summer 2019 European tour dates. The run of stadium and arena shows will kick off on May 27 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany and end of August 22 in Vienna, Austria. Tickets will go on sale on November 8.

Tour dates:

May 27 - Gelsenkirchen, Veltins-Arena
May 28 - Gelsenkirchen, Veltins-Arena
Jun. 01 - Barcelona, RCDE Stadion
Jun. 05 - Bern, Stade de Suisse
Jun. 08 - München, Olympiastadion
Jun. 12 - Dresden, Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion
Jun. 13 - Dresden, Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion
Jun. 16 - Rostock, Ostseestadion
Jun. 19 - Kopenhagen, Telia Parken
Jun. 22 - Berlin, Olympiastadion
Jun. 25 - Rotterdam, De Kuip
Jun. 28 - Paris, Paris La Défense Arena
Jul. 02 - Hannover, HDI Arena
Jul. 06 - Milton Keynes, Stadium MK
Jul. 10 - Brüssel, Stade Roi Baudouin
Jul. 13 - Frankfurt am Main, Commerzbank-Arena
Jul. 16 - Prag, Eden Aréna
Jul. 17 - Prag, Eden Aréna
Jul. 20 - Luxemburg, Roeser Festival Grounds
Jul. 24 - Chorzów, Stadion Śląski
Jul. 29 - Moskau, VTB Arena - Central Dynamo Stadium
Aug. 02 - Sankt Petersburg, Saint-Petersburg-Stadium
Aug. 06 - Riga, Lucavsala
Aug. 10 - Tampere, Ratina Stadion
Aug. 14 - Stockholm, Stockholm Stadion
Aug. 18 - Oslo, Ullevaal Stadion
Aug. 22 - Wien, Ernst-Happel-Stadion

RAMMSTEIN guitarist Paul Landers recently told Music Radar that the band's follow-up to 2009's "Liebe Ist Für Alle Da" album could arrive next spring. He said: "What we've been mainly doing is playing together in a circle, with all the guys in one room.

"We all go into the mixing desk and I had my PL1 prototype going direct. Same for the some of the other guys — our drummer Christoph Schneider has these electronic drums, so we've been using that to play a bunch of ideas together.

"It hasn't been like a pre-production where each member is alone — it's been more of an all-together kind of thing. We liked the sound of it so much that we've decided to make the record more of a band-unit recording than a bunch of guys playing separately."

Landers added: "We'll have to see how it all ends up on the record, but the basic idea is you are hearing a band playing — you could say it's inspired by our live sound."

Over the summer, RAMMSTEIN revealed that the new record was entering its "final phase" of production.

In 2016 and 2017, RAMMSTEIN played a number of concerts where the band opened each show with a brand new song, presently only known as "Ramm 4". The track contained lyrics that seemed to be a combination of various titles of previous RAMMSTEIN songs.

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