A series of mysterious Rammstein logos have started surfacing at locations around London.
So far the band’s iconic ‘R’ symbol has been spotted at four locations in London – the German Embassy in Belgrave Square, the Tate Modern, Marble Arch and Tower Bridge.
Rammstein also shared the below images of the mysterious logos on an Instagram story.
It’s not clear what the unexplained logos mean, but fans are speculating that it points towards a potential stadium show in London in summer 2020.
When the German industrial metal titans announced their Belfast date last month, they did confirm that “more UK shows” – in the plural – would be announced later. So far, only the Coventry date has been confirmed.
We’ll wait for more news from Rammstein with bated breath.
Rammstein play the following European dates next summer:
Klagenfurt am Worthersee, Woertherseestadion – 25th
Leipzig Red Bull Arena – 29th
Stuttgart Mercedes-Benz Arena – 2nd
Zurich Stadion Letzigrund – 6th
Zurich Stadion Letzigrund – 7th
Ostend Park de Nieuwe Koers – 10th
Belfast Boucher Road Playing Fields – 17th
Coventry Ricoh Arena – 20th
Nijmegen Goffertpark – 24th
Dusseldorf Merkur Spiel-Arena – 27th
Hamburg Volksparkstadion – 1st
Berlin Olympiastadion – 4th
Lyon Groupama Stadium – 9th
Turin Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino – 13th
Warsaw PGE Narodowy – 17th
Tallinn Tallinn Song Festival Grounds – 21st
Trondheim Granåsen – 26th
Gothenburg Ullevi Stadium – 31st
Aarhus Ceres Park – 4th
The last remaining tickets to the Coventry Ricoh Arena show are on sale right here.