DIE KRUPPS: 25th Anniversary Tour Lineup Revealed

Reunited German industrial metallers DIE KRUPPS have revealed their lineup for their upcoming dates as part of their ongoing 25th anniversary tour. The group's current formation is as follows:

Jürgen Engler - Vocals
Ralf Dörper - Synth
Rüdiger Esch - Bass
Marcel Zürcher - Guitar
Oliver Röhl - Drums

Recent pictures of DIE KRUPPS can be found in at this location.

Upcoming DIE KRUPPS shows:

Nov. 19 - Club Tochka – Moscow, RUS
Nov. 20 - Red Club - St. Petersburg, RUS
Nov. 26 - Tinitus Festival – Stockholm, SWE
Dec. 17 - Green Christmas Festival – Rakvere, EST
Dec. 30 - Dark X-Mas Festival - Haus Auensee – Leipzig, GER
Jan. 26 – Capitol - Hannover, GER
Jan. 27 – Kulturfabrik - Krefeld, GER
Jan. 28 – Factory - Magdeburg, GER
Jan. 29 – Kato - Berlin, GER
Feb. 01 – Backstage - Munich, GER
Feb. 02 - Planet Music – Vienna, AUT
Feb. 03 – Orpheum - Graz, AUT
Feb. 04 - Z7 – Pratteln, SWI
Feb. 05 - Halle 2 – Hanau, GER


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