Way back in 1998 Korn kicked off their Family Values tour. It was, at the time, a pretty insane lineup: Korn, Rammstein, Ice Cube, Incubus, Limp Bizkit and Orgy. Given that Incubus and Limp Bizkit were very much still on their way up, Rammstein weren’t the headliners they are now, and Ice Cube was still a menacing rapper and not the star of Are We There Yet?, it was quite a time. At any rate, while no one knows what’s going on with Limp Bizkit’s Stampede of the Disco Elephants and Orgy are somehow still together, Korn and Rammstein are probably the two biggest of those bands almost 20 years later. And while this is just conjecture at this point, theprp reports hearing rumors that there Rammstein and Korn will be teaming up for somee dates perhaps just in the United States.
It will be different this time if the rumors prove to be true, as Rammstein are far more familiar with America than they were when Korn brought them out. As the below video shows, Till Lindemann was the only one in the band then that knew any English, and the band partied entirely too much because it was the first time they were on a headlining tour. Lindemann says that the band weren’t even really talking to each other that much at the time. We’ll see if this tour comes to fruition. Theprp’s source says it will be around August/September.