Trent Reznor

Trent Reznor’s resurrected Nine Inch Nails tonight announced it will release a brand-new album titled Hesitation Marks on Sept. 3 — nearly four years to the day after Reznor “retired” the live incarnation of that band with an epic concert at Los Angeles’ Wiltern Theatre.

NIN announced the release — the band’s eighth album, which will bear the catalog number Halo 28 — tonight via Twitter, and it precedes Thursday’s debut of first single “Come Back Haunted,” which is slated to hit U.S. airwaves at 11:30 a.m. Pacific. The album will be NIN’s first since 2008’s The Slip, which was released for free (“This one’s on me,” Reznor said at the time).

UPDATE: The single “Came Back Haunted” leaked, so NIN went ahead and posted it (stream below) — and announced a lengthy fall arena tour of North America called “Tension 2013” (dates below).



In announcing last week that he’d signed to Columbia Records, Reznor wrote:

“I’ve been less than honest about what I’ve really been up to lately. For the last year I’ve been secretly working non-stop with Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder on a new, full-length Nine Inch Nails record, which I am happy to say is finished and frankly fucking great.  This is the real impetus and motivation behind the decision to assemble a new band and tour again.  My forays into film, (How to Destroy Angels) and other projects really stimulated me creatively and I decided to focus that energy on taking Nine Inch Nails to a new place.  Here we go!”

In February, Reznor announced he was resurrecting NIN with a new lineup that includes King Crimson guitar whiz Adrian Belew and former Jane’s Addiction bassist Eric Avery, and will mount a U.S. arena tour this fall and perform dates worldwide in 2014.

Avery already has quit the band, though, and was replaced by former member Robin Finck.

So far, NIN has announced a series of festival dates beginning in late July, which are listed below:



Nine Inch Nails tour dates:

July 26: Fuji Rocks Festival, Niigata, Japan
July 28: Ansan Valley Festival, Ansan, South Korea

Aug. 2-4: Lollapalooza, Chicago, IL
Aug. 9-11: Outside Lands, San Francisco, CA

Aug. 15: Pukkelpop, Hasselt, Belgium
Aug. 16: Lowlands Festival, Biddinghuizen, Holland
Aug. 18: Rock ‘n’ Heim, Hockenheim, Germany
Aug. 21: Belsonic Festival, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Aug. 23: Leeds Festival, Leeds, England
Aug. 24: Rock en Seine, Paris, France
Aug. 25: Reading Festival, Reading, England
Aug. 28: Mediolanum Forum, Milan, Italy
Aug. 29: Zurich Openair, Zurich, Switzerland

Aug. 31-Sept. 1: Made in America Festival, Philadelphia, PA
Sept. 28: Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN *
Sept. 30: Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO *
Oct. 1: Chaifetz Arena, St. Louis, MO *
Oct. 3: Centre Bell, Montréal, QC *
Oct. 4: Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON *
Oct. 5: Wolstein Center, Cleveland, OH *
Oct. 7: The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI *
Oct. 8: Petersen Events Center, Pittsburgh, PA *
Oct. 11: TD Garden, Boston, MA **
Oct. 14: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY **
Oct. 15: Prudential Center, Newark, NJ **
Oct. 18: Verizon Center, Washington, D.C. **
Oct. 19: Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, PA **
Oct. 21: PNC Arena, Raleigh, NC **
Oct. 22: Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN **
Oct. 24: Philips Arena, Atlanta, GA **
Oct. 25-27: Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit, Asheville, NC
Oct. 30: BB&T Center, Sunrise, FL
Oct. 31: Amway Center, Orlando, FL
Nov. 1-3: Voodoo Music Experience, New Orleans, LA
Nov. 5: AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX *
Nov. 8: Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA *
Nov. 9: US Airways Center, Phoenix, AZ *
Nov. 11: Don Haskins Center, El Paso, TX *
Nov. 13: 1stBank Center, Broomfield, CO *
Nov. 15: The Joint, Las Vegas, NV *
Nov. 16: The Joint, Las Vegas, NV *
Nov. 18: Rose Garden Arena, Portland, OR *
Nov. 19: Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA *
Nov. 21: Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC *
Nov. 22: KeyArena, Seattle, WA *
Nov. 24: Rexall Place, Edmonton, AB
Nov. 25: Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, AB

* With Explosions in the Sky
** With Godspeed You! Black Emperor






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