Nine Inch Nails have just released a new track entitled 'God Breaks Down The Door', ahead of the sale this weekend of tickets for their upcoming US tour.
The song is from 'Bad Witch,' the final volume in the trilogy that began with 2016’s Not The Actual Events and 2017’s 'Add Violence'. The new album is set for release on June 22.
Nine Inch Nails will bring their "musical, visual, emotional sensory onslaught,” as hailed by The New York Times, to some of the most iconic venues in the USA this fall. As previously announced, The Jesus and Mary Chain will provide direct support. Today, Nine Inch Nails revealed the openers for COLD AND BLACK AND INFINITE NORTH AMERICA 2018. Opening acts will vary as the tour moves across the country, and include TOBACCO, Kite Base, Daniel Avery, Gabe Gurnsey (Factory Floor), Death in Vegas and HMLTD. See below for details.
In what Reznor describes as “part of the experience,” tickets for the fall run go on sale this weekend, in person only. All seats (including the best seats) to COLD AND BLACK AND INFINTE NORTH AMERCA 2018 will be available at The Physical World presale events, taking place May 19th at each venue’s box office, with the exception of Red Rocks for which the presale will take place on May 20th at the Denver Coliseum Box Office.
Fans can purchase up to four tickets per show. Visit nin.com/tickets2018 for a complete list of box office locations and further information. Limited quantities of tickets may be released via additional ticketing channels, subject to availability, at a later date to be announced. Ticket inventory available via phone and online channels will include ADA tickets.
NINE INCH NAILS: COLD AND BLACK AND INFINITE NORTH AMERICA 2018— nine inch nails (@nineinchnails) May 10, 2018
THE NEW TOUR
TICKETS ON SALE SATURDAY, MAY 19 IN PERSON ONLY
FOR DETAILS VISIT: https://t.co/YLUmqJb6rx
*DENVER IN PERSON SALES ARE MAY 20 pic.twitter.com/pPXELfnii5
COLD AND BLACK AND INFINITE— nine inch nails (@nineinchnails) May 17, 2018
NORTH AMERICA 2018 OPENING ACTS ANNOUNCED@maniacmeat, @KiteBaseMusic, @danielmarkavery, @GabeGurnsey (@factoryfloor), @DIVofficial and @HMLTD
LISTEN TO A CURATED PLAYLIST OF THESE ARTISTS: https://t.co/7VhWJZ6Q8t pic.twitter.com/L7kon8Ab8Q
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