The Rammstein forntman's itinerary kicks off at the Stereo Plaza in Kiev, Ukraine, on January 18.
As industrial music’s underground grew heavier, Trent Reznor pursued the depths of its depravity toward platinum sales on ‘Broken’.
The games begin on Tuesday, August 24 and will conclude on Sunday, September 5.
The band's 12 open-air dates now begin on August 21, 2022 at Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal.
The playlist reflects the band's own wide-ranging tastes, with tracks by Lana Del Rey, Placebo, Sharon Van Etten and others.
The dates were originally set to kick off in Leipzig, Germany, on May 29.
“The fact that we couldn't perform live increased our creativity,” said keyboard player Flake Lorenz.
The album will be available in a variety of formats including a 2LP version with a slipcase containing two 180 gram heavyweight black vinyl discs with blue splatter effect.
The band's most recent album, their self-titled seventh studio set from 2019, topped the chart in 14 territories worldwide.
The rearranged dates will take place throughout May, June, July and August next year.
The influential German outfit have announced that their 2020 Euro trek “can unfortunately not take place.”
An X-rated performance of the song 'Bück Dich' was previously censored.
An awe-inspiring time-lapse video shows the week-long set-up that goes into the metal band’s pyrotechnic-filled performances.
The run of 10 shows will kick off at Montreal’s Parc Jean-Drapeau on 20 August.
The new track also features on the duo's new album, 'F&M', which was released on 22 November.