Rammstein has been using the blimp as a visual tool to promote their 2020 North American tour, but it’s like the German metal band has actually set a blimp to the sky.
If you’re in LA, you will be able to look to the sky and see the real-life Rammstein airship which is careening across the blue skies.
Actually, blimp advertising Rammstein’s upcoming stadium tour of the States, Canada and Mexico was spotted Tuesday (Jan. 21) that is looming over Los Angeles.
It’s nearly identical mock-up posited across various North American skylines in images that emerged last week from the band teasing the tour. Now, the blimp has become a reality in Southern California.
It is a fitting display for the act that takes its name from 1988. Ramstein air show disaster, an aircraft collision that occurred on an American airbase which was then West Germany.
Although its direct influence on the band’s moniker has been somewhat retroactively obscured. But it’s yet to be seen if the real Rammste blimp will make its way to the other U.S. cities scheduled as the group’s tour destinations in 2020.
All of the footage captured of the Rammstein blimps below ca been seen by us. And some fans thankfully managed to whip out their cameras to bless us with the sightings.
Rammstein is creating a stir all year, from the first record in 10 years to rubbing in the face of Russian LGBT laws.
However, it turns out that their music isn’t immune from a good , neighborhood complaint for just being to loud.
The band’s banger of a new single Deutschland was mistakenly left blasting all night at the construction site for the new Puksas Arena, having formal apology which is being issued from the site.
There was an unpleasant noise coming from Monday to Tuesday caused by a technical error, according to the contractor.
Necessary steps have been taken to ensure that it does not happen again said by a hilarious Facebook post.