Nine Inch Nails ride a lost highway on ‘God Break Down the Door’
 

This Saturday, we’ll all saddle up along Tremont Street in hopes of purchasing physical tickets to Nine Inch Nails’ two October shows at the Boch Center. And as we camp out in the rain, we’ll all have a new NIN track to discuss.

Released today, it’s called “God Break Down the Door,” and it’s got a bit of a late-era Bowie, a bit of a Lost Highway kind of vibe to it. It’s weird!

“God Break Down the Door” is the first offering from NIN’s forthcoming record Bad Witch, the final volume in a trilogy that began in 2016 with Not The Actual Events and continued a year later on Add Violence. Bad Witch is out June 22.

And in case you missed the news last week, Trent Reznor and crew announced their “Cold And Black And Infinite” tour, which brings The Jesus And Mary Chain to a bunch of cities later this year. No tickets will be sold online, and they go on sale this Saturday at each city’s box office.

So you’ll have to miss the Royal Wedding, sorry. Here are the ticketing details:

“In an attempt to get tickets directly into the hands of fans instead of resellers, the band will be selling all seats to ‘Cold And Black And Infinite North America 2018’ in person at The Physical World presale events, taking place May 19 at each venue’s box office, with the exception of Red Rocks for which the presale will take place on May 20 at the Denver Coliseum Box Office.”

“All seats (including the best seats) will be available for purchase in person only, first come, first served. 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.”

Featured photo by Corinne Schiavone.

Cold And Black And Infinite North America 2018 with The Jesus And Mary Chain
September 13: Phoenix, AZ Comerica Theatre
September 14: Phoenix, AZ Comerica Theatre
September 18: Morrison, CO Red Rocks
September 19: Morrison, CO Red Rocks
September 24: Memphis, TN Orpheum Theater
September 26: Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre
September 27: Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre
September 29: Nashville, TN Ascend Amphitheater
October 09: Washington, DC The Anthem
October 13: New York, NY Radio City Music Hall
October 14: New York, NY Radio City Music Hall
October 19: Boston, MA Boch Center
October 20: Boston, MA Boch Center
October 22: Detroit, MI Fox Theater
October 23: Detroit, MI Fox Theater
October 25: Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom
October 26: Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom
November 23: New Orleans, LA Saenger Theatre
November 24: New Orleans, LA Saenger Theatre
November 27: Irving, TX The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
November 28: Irving, TX The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
December 03: San Francisco, CA Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
December 07: Los Angeles, CA Palladium
December 08: Los Angeles, CA Palladium
December 11: Los Angeles, CA Palladium
December 12: Los Angeles, CA Palladium

 

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