Update: Rammstein's 2019 tour dates can be seen below.

Rammstein are teasing something massive as the band’s logo is mysteriously appearing in cities around Europe and Russia. Each image has been accompanied by the hashtag #gebtfeinacht, which means “pay attention” in German.

A quick search of #gebtfeinacht on Twitter will show just how many cities have been suddenly struck by the metal band’s image:

Since some of the images have featured 2019 dates and names of arenas, fans have logically concluded that Rammstein are teasing a tour next year.

Rammstein guitarist Richard Kruspe recently appeared on Germany’s Rock Antenne radio station. According to a translation from Rammstein Belgium’s Facebook page, Kruspe talked about preparing for their next tour, which may last three or four years, vocalist Till Lindemann getting back into peak shape at the gym, traveling to Los Angeles in November to assist with the mixing of Rammstein’s new album and more.

Kruspe also claimed he is “mostly done with the project Rammstein. Not in a negative way but more like the circle is closing with the coming album.” In all fairness, however, Kruspe revealed to Loudwire in a 2017 interview that he’s thought that about each Rammstein album since the first one.

Stay tuned for more news on Rammstein as news continues to break.

Rammstein 2019 European Tour Dates:

Jun 28: Paris La Defense Arena, France
Jul 02: Hannover HDI Arena, Germany
Jul 06: Milton Keynes Stadium, UK
Jul 10: Brussels Stade Roi Baudoiun, Belgium
Jul 13: Frankfurst Commerzbank Arena, Germany
Jul 16: Prague Eden Arena, Czech Republic
Jul 17: Prague Eden Arena, Czech Republic
Jul 20: Luxembourg Roeser Festival Grounds, Luxembourg
Jul 24: Chorzow Stadion Slaski, Czech Republic
Jul 29: Moscow VTB Arena, Russia
Aug 02: St Petersburg Stadium, Russia
Aug 06: Riga Lucavsala, Latvia
Aug 10: Tampere Ratina Stadion, Finland
Aug 14: Stockholm Stadion, Sweden
Aug 18: Oslo Ullevaal Stadion, Norway
Aug 22: Vienna Ernst-Happel Stadion, Austria

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