Depeche Mode have announced details of a 2013 world tour that will kick off in Israel.
The synthpop supergroup will start with an open-air stadium show in Tel Aviv's Hayarkon Park on May 7.
They will then take to the road for another 34 shows across various locations in Europe including Moscow before heading across the Atlantic to take the tour to North America.
The European leg of the tour will conclude with a finale at Minsk Arena on July 29, before which the three-piece will perform at the likes of the Stade de France in Paris, Locomotive Stadium in Moscow and the Olympic Stadium in Rome.
Depeche Mode have also been busy recording 20 tracks for their forthcoming 13th studio album.
At a Paris press conference on Tuesday the band's main songwriter Martin Gore claimed the new record includes "three or four songs that are up there with some of the best we've ever done".
Depeche Mode - famous for a string of hits such as People Are People and Master And Servant - exploded on to the scene in the 1980s and have now sold more than 100 million records worldwide.
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