Rammstein may have revived a bit after the COVID-19 pandemic forced them to postpone the big stadium tour in support of their self-titled 2019 album. The explosives, flamethrowers and giant foam-spewing dildos that give their shows a legendary reputation have earned on this one. has built up a considerable backlog. It’s been so long since the band released a brand new album, Time, back in April and have finally started touring behind it.
That pent-up energy could explain why the Sea Germans’ show in Coventry, England, was so loud that local residents who were not present took to social media to complain about “loud banging” and booming up to 18 miles away.
Residents jumped on social media to report hearing ‘loud banging’ over Nuneaton and as far away as Burton Hastings — that’s eleven miles away. Some were confused about what the sound was until others said it was the occurrence of the rock band was – the only date in England in a European Tour,” reported the Coventry Telegraph†
The Coventry show was the only UK date for the band’s highly anticipated European tour. Their North American tour kicks off in Montreal on August 21 and ends in Mexico City on October 4. You can get tickets for the trek here.