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.”
The classic rock supergroup are set to release their new album, 'Holy Ground', through Spinefarm Records later in 2020.
The formidable Aussie rockers go in search of booze and rock'n'roll Valhalla in the riotous new semi-animated interview clip.
Shot by award-winning Canadian director Michael Maxxis, the film stars UFC fighters Rose Namajunas and Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone.
The new clip culminates a two-year process where the band started the recording of the song when 20 students joined them in the studio to provide vocals.
The band say: "There are many superheroes out there namely the first responders, medical personnel who are putting others first as they work to fight COVID-19 and to save lives."
An X-rated performance of the song 'Bück Dich' was previously censored.
The mysterious outfit's 'Sundowning' album has been described as "a mix of chilling electronics and otherworldly pop, with a sinister heaviness only intruding on the fringes."
The Birmingham-based quartet last week released their critically-acclaimed album 'OK Hotel' last week.
Mead is the oldest recorded alcoholic drink and is surrounded by myth and legend - a drink of warriors and poets with acclaimed mystical properties.
The new clip is a collaboration between the Pittsburgh punks and activist art collective, INDECLINE.
The new track also features on the band's new album, 'OK Hotel', released through Snakefarm Records on 13 March.
The hard rock stars feature Glenn Hughes (ex-Deep Purple) and former Whitesnake guitarist Doug Aldrich.