The Trent Reznor-led act will play multiple nights in major North American cities such as San Francisco (the April 27-28 opening stand), New York, Chicago, Atlanta and Philadelphia, with support from
Nine Inch Nails has laid out tour plans through July in support of its upcoming Interscope album, "With Teeth." Beyond previously announced warm-up shows in California, Nevada and London, plus a headlining slot at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, the group will a month's worth of North American dates before heading to Europe for the summer.
The Trent Reznor-led act will play multiple nights in major North American cities such as San Francisco (the April 27-28 opening stand), New York, Chicago, Atlanta and Philadelphia, with support from Dresden Dolls. The European run encompasses appearances at such festivals as Greenfield in Interlaken, Switzerland, and Area 4 in Oberhausen, Germany.
Over the weekend, Reznor took to NIN's official Web site to address early leaks of tracks from "With Teeth," including first single "The Hand That Feeds." The album isn't due until May 3 in North America.
"What can be very aggravating is when you work hard to get something right, put a lot of thought into the presentation and it gets ruined by someone either through maliciousness or over-eagerness," Reznor said. "In the end, I've made a great f***ing record and I have a great f***ing band and it's now beyond my control as to how you people choose to experience it."
In line with reports that NIN recorded many more tracks than it could use for "With Teeth," the artist added that "several songs Ö have already found a home on the next record."
Here are Nine Inch Nails' tour dates:
April 27-28: San Francisco (Warfield)
April 30: Las Vegas (the Joint)
May 1: Indio, Calif. (Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival)
May 3-4: Denver (Fillmore)
May 6-7: Chicago (Congress Theatre)
May 9-10: Toronto (Kool Haus)
May 12-13: Boston (Orpheum Theatre)
May 15-16: New York (Hammerstein Ballroom)
May 18-19: Philadelphia (Electric Factory)
May 21-22: Atlanta (Tabernacle)
May 24: Houston (Verizon Wireless Theatre)
May 25: Austin, Texas (Stubbs' BBQ)
May 27-28: Phoenix (Marquee)
May 30-31: San Diego (Soma)
June 2: Mexico City (Sports Palace)
June 10: Schleesel, Germany (Hurricane Festival)
June 12: Tuttlingen, Germany (Southside Festival)
June 14: Vienna (Outdoor Arena)
June 15: Berlin (Columbiahalle)
June 22: Paris (Zenith)
June 24: Interlaken, Switzerland (Greenfield Festival)
June 25: Oberhausen, Germany (Area 4 Festival)
June 29: Barcelona (Razzmatazz)
July 4: London (Brixton Academy)
July 7: Glasgow (Barrowlands)
July 8: Birmingham, England (Academy)
July 10: Manchester, England (Apollo)