The musician hits the road later this year.
German industrial metallers Rammstein have confirmed that they will be coming back to UK in 2020.
The newly announced date will see the band headline the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on 20 June 2020.
The gig will be Rammstein’s biggest ever UK headline show, and comes shortly after the band’s sell out headline gig at Stadium MK, Milton Keynes, which saw the rockers perform to over 30,000 fans.
Last month, the band released their self-titled seventh studio album. Their most commercially successful release to date on these shores, the LP debuted at No.3 on the Official UK Albums Chart.
Watch the official video for Ausländer, the latest single taken from the new album below:
Formed in Berlin, Rammstein released their debut record Herzerleid in 1995 and have since gone on to release seven full-length studio albums, selling millions of copies worldwide.
Some of their best-known tracks include Ich Will, Keine Lust and Feuer Frei!. The latter was included in the soundtrack to the box office smash 2002 film XXX starring Vin Diesel.
Known for their phenomenal fire-filled live shows, Rammstein have headlined arenas all over the world. The last time they came to the UK was for a triumphant headline show at Stadium MK, Milton Keynes in June 2019, which led the NME to declare that Rammstein, “may well be the greatest live band on the planet”.
Don’t miss Rammstein when they come back to the UK in summer 2020.
Here’s the date:
20 June 2020 – Ricoh Arena, Coventry
Tickets to see Rammstein live in Coventry will be available from 10:00 on Friday 12 July 2019 through Ticketmaster.co.uk