Manowar's Joey Demaio is going to drive us crazy! This time the band's legendary bassist has planned a tour that's totally different from any other band's tour! He will embark on a spoken-word tour in November 2019, where he will present the history and works of Manowar! That means that we should be prepared for a long speech from Demaio about Manowar. It isn't made clear whether there is going to be sound and music or not. We don't know if we Manowar fans should be excited or frustrated with this news, but we have to admit that this tour will be very interesting! Read the official statement of the band by yourselves:

"Only hours prior a sold out concert in Munich, Germany, Joey DeMaio made a sensational and unexpected announcement for every true MANOWAR fan!

For the first time ever, MANOWAR will open their secret archives so that fans can finally hear the official history of MANOWAR, from the very beginning until now!

Life on the road and in the studio; the glory and the battles; the secrets, and the triumph of steel – Joey DeMaio unfolds ‘The Blood of The Kings’ chapter by chapter; live, onstage and in person, in a captivating one-man multimedia show.

‘The Blood of The Kings’ Spoken Word Tour is a rare, personal look inside the exceptional career of one of the most iconic, most enduring bands in Heavy Metal.

General Admission tickets for ‘The Blood of the Kings’ Spoken Word Tour 2019 Germany are now on exclusive pre-sale on eventim.de.

Ultimate Fan Experience (UFE) Upgrades that provide an even more in-depth experience will go on sale at a later point. Ultimate Fan Experience Upgrades will only be valid in connection with a General Admission ticket.
Fans should secure their General Admission tickets immediately".

The confirmed tour dates of the "Blood of the Kings" tour are the following:

NOV 01, 2019 – Munich – Technikum
NOV 02, 2019 – Nuremberg – Kleine Meistersingerhalle
NOV 03, 2019 – Stuttgart – Liederhalle (Silchersaal)
NOV 04, 2019 – Frankfurt – Batschkapp
NOV 05, 2019 – Dusseldorf – Savoy Theater
NOV 07, 2019 – Bochum – Christuskirche
NOV 08, 2019 – Hamburg – Kleine Laeiszhalle
NOV 09, 2019 – Berlin – Tempodrom (Kleine Arena)
NOV 10, 2019 – Leipzig – Haus Leipzig