Nine Inch Nails will spend the first part of spring on tour in Europe, beginning with a Feb. 10-12 stand in Lisbon.
Nine Inch Nails will spend the first part of spring on tour in Europe, beginning with a Feb. 10-12 stand in Lisbon. Dates are on tap through April 10 in Helsinki, but according to a post from frontman Trent Reznor on the NIN fan club site the Spiral, more will be added.
As he's been of late, Reznor will be backed by drummer Josh Freese, guitarist Aaron North, bassist Jeordie White and keyboardist Alessandro Cortini. The trek will be NIN's last in support of its 2005 album "With Teeth," which debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200.
Reznor also claimed on the Spiral that a new, as-yet-untitled Nine Inch Nails album will arrive in April.
Here are Nine Inch Nails' tour dates:
Feb. 10-12: Lisbon (Lisbon Coliseum)
Feb. 14: Madrid (La Riviera)
Feb. 16: Bilbao, Spain (Pabellon De La Castilla)
Feb. 18: Barcelona (Razzmatazz)
Feb. 21-22: Paris (Olympia)
Feb. 23: Lille, France (Le Zenith)
Feb. 25: Manchester (Carling Apollo Manchester)
Feb. 28: Glasgow (Carling Glasgow Academy)
March 3: Nottingham, England (Nottingham Arena)
March 4: Birmingham, England (Carling Birmingham Academy)
March 7-8: London (Carling Brixton Academy)
March 14: Cologne, Germany (Palladium)
March 18: Brussels (Ancienne Belgique)
March 21: Amsterdam (Paradiso)
March 24: Berlin (Columbiahalle)
March 26: Stuttgart, Germany (Porsche Arena)
March 28: Munich (Zenith)
March 29: Vienna (Gasometer)
April 1: Milan (Alcatraz)
April 2: Zurich (Volkshaus)
April 4: Frankfurt (TBA)
April 6: Copenhagen (Vega Musikkenshus)
April 7: Oslo (Sentrum)
April 8: Stockholm (Annexet)
April 10: Helsinki (Ice Hall)