Trent Reznor Confirms Year Zero

Trent Reznor Confirms Year Zero

Nine Inch Nails have confirmed that new studio album, “Year Zero” will be released worldwide on April 17.

The industrial band’s website tantalizingly dark and devoid of information about the new record, with only the line “the beginning of the end” written on an empty track listing, surrounded by keyboard strokes.

“Year Zero” is NIN’s seventh studio album and is the anticipated follow up to 2005’s “With Teeth.”

Trent Reznor and co will also play a string of UK Arena concerts prior to the album’s release, hopefully giving fans a chance to hear a preview of what darkness “Year Zero” contains.

NIN have added a new date at London’s Brixton Academy on March 11 – after selling out three nights at the venue.

The full UK tour dates are as follows:

Manchester, Apollo (February 25/ 26)
Glasgow, Academy (28/ March 1)
Nottingham, Arena (3) – tickets available
Birmingham, Academy (4/5)
London, Brixton Academy (7/8/10/11)
Wolverhampton, Civic Hall (12)

Support on all dates comes from Ladytron
All dates except Nottingham, London and Wolverhampton are sold-out.

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