System of a Down announce to tour dates Europe in 2020

System Of A Down has announced on their new tour dates across the all of Europe in 2020.

SOAD recently touring all of the worldwide. Then they took a short break. But this seems to take a short time because the band announced their new concert dates on Facebook. When they revealed they’ll play at 2020 Provinssi festival in Finland. Also, they added: We are excited to announce the first of many shows in Europe next year. First up is our return to Finland for the Provinssi festival in June.” This is a three days event will take place June 25-27, with SOAD scheduled to appear on June 25, 2020.

However, they will first play in Germany at Rock am Ring and Rock Im Park on the weekend of June 5-7. Then play in Finland. While SOAD has played a number of live shows over recent years, the wait for the follow-up to 2005’s album Hypnotize.

Earlier this year about the lack of a new System Of A Down album, Malakian talks: People change – as time goes on, tastes change and people want to take the band in different directions, and you have other members that maybe don’t want to go into those directions. So we just haven’t come to an agreement on how we would want to do it if we did make a record. I never say never, but at this point, it’s not likely that it’s going to happen anytime soon.

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System of a Down will be touring in 2020. You can check out the schedule in here.

System of a Down 2020 tour dates:

June 5 – 7 / Rock am Ring and Rock im Park – Germany

June 25-27 /  Provinssirock Festival – Finland

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