As per Jambase:

Nine Inch Nails will soon hit the road in North America for the “Cold And Black And Infinite North America 2018” tour. The band has tapped The Jesus & Mary Chain as support. In addition, NIN will release a new album on June 22 entitled Bad Witch.

The tour begins at Comerica Theatre in Phoenix on September 13 and 14. Next up is a two-night stand at Red Rocks in Morrison, Colorado on September 18 and 19. From there, the tour continues with stops in Memphis, Atlanta, Nashville, Washington D.C., New York City, Boston, Detroit and Chicago. Nine Inch Nails brings the run to the Saenger in New Orleans on November 23 and 24 ahead of performances at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory in Irving, Texas on November 27 and 29. The tour concludes with one night at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on December 3 followed by four concerts at the Palladium in Los Angeles on December 7 – 8 and 11 – 12.

In a throwback, Nine Inch Nails is avoiding online ticket sales. Tickets will be sold at The Physical World presale events, which will take place at each venue’s box office on May 19. A lone exception will be Red Rocks as a presale will be held the Denver Coliseum Box Office on May 20. “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 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,” reads a statement from the band.

As mentioned, Nine Inch Nails will issue Bad Witch on June 22. The six-track album completes a trilogoy of new music that started with 2016’s Not The Actual Events and continued with 2017’s Add Violence.

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My first opportunity to write about music was with Kissunderground, featuring just one band (KISS). In 2006, I started working for another outlet that showcased more musicians. It was a great experience for me at the time. I personally nailed down some great interviews during my time at (Paul Stanley, Jonathan Davis, Slash and Sully Erna to name a few). In early 2009, I decided to venture out on my own with the idea of creating a website that has all the offerings that a reader would want in a music review website. That's when began. I’m so proud of what was created here and of our staff that brings it to you. Each one offers a diverse opinion and a creative ability to share it in a unique way. We are so lucky to have them here. When discussing making a list of favorite shows with the staff, I also found it hard to narrow that list down to a select handful of shows. Everyone experiences a concert in their own terms, whether it’s the show itself, maybe it’s the people you met there and the new friendships created, or maybe it was meeting the artist at the show. For my criteria, I tried to stick to just the show itself, but again, it was sometimes hard to do. My first concert was Sammy Hagar’s first tour with Van Halen at the Niagara Falls Convention Center, Niagara Falls, NY, on August 30, 1986. My favorites are as follows: 1. Kiss – Tiger Stadium - Detroit, Michigan 6/28/96 2. SARS (Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Rush, and handful of other bands) - Downsview Park – Toronto, Ontario 7/30/03 3. Paul McCartney (every McCartney show I saw was awesome, but Iwent with my first show) Air Canada Centre -Toronto, Ontario 10/10/05 4. Motley Crue – Memorial Auditorium – Buffalo, NY 12/19/89 5. Kid Rock – Tweeter Center - Camden, New Jersey 3/25/06 The honorable mentions would be any McCartney show (The Joint at the Hard Rock, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 2009 or Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ontario 8/10/10), Prince (Club 2112) at the Rio Hotel, Las Vegas 12/30/07, Heart (Pulse Lounge * only 200 people) Hilton Hotel, Anaheim, California, January 21,2008, Monsters of Rock (Van Halen, Scorpions, Metallica, Dokken, and Kingdom Come) Rich Stadium, Orchard Park, NY 6/19/88 and the Rocklahoma Festival (Queensryche, Lita Ford, Triumph, etc.). Also, Cher (with my mom) at the Blue Cross Arena Rochester, NY, November 22, 2004.