NINE INCH NAILS To Begin Touring In February?
According to a posting at Bloody-Disgusting.com, NINE INCH NAILS will kick off their upcoming North American tour in February and will concentrate on mostly smaller venues. No further details are currently available.
As previously reported, NINE INCH NAILS have completed work on their new album, "With Teeth", and are currently rehearsing for the upcoming tour.
The follow-up to 1999's "The Fragile", "With Teeth" was mixed with Alan Moulder (THE CURE, SMASHING PUMPKINS) and is tentatively scheduled for release in March.
"With Teeth" was recorded in part at Sound City Studio in Van Nuys, Ca., and features a guest appearance on drums by former NIRVANA drummer/current FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl.
NINE INCH NAILS' current touring lineup is believed to include drummer Jerome Dillon and bassist Jeordie White (a.k.a. Twiggy Ramirez, A PERFECT CIRCLE, ex-MARILYN MANSON).
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