Nine Inch Nails Taps A Perfect Circle For U.S. Tour
It's been a long time coming, but Nine Inch Nails
is finally planning a U.S. tour.
While dates have yet to be firmed up, the Trent
Reznor-led band plans to kick off its Stateside
trek in mid-April with A Perfect Circle (the latest
effort from Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan
and guitarist Billy Howerdel) in the opening slot.
A full itinerary of tour dates is expected to arrive
early next week.
The tour will be NIN's first U.S. run in support of
"The Fragile," which hit stores last September.
Reznor and company have already taken their
new sounds to Europe, where the band toured
late last year.
The outing will also mark the first bit of extensive
touring for A Perfect Circle, which recently signed
a deal with Virgin Records (see "Tool's Maynard
Prepares A Perfect Circle Debut"). Keenan,
Howerdel, bassist Paz Lenchantin, and drummer
Josh Freese will be making the rounds in support
of "Mer De Noms," which arrives on May 23.
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