Nine Inch Nails are looking for a way around the problem, with a solution that they think will "still suck", but just suck in a slightly different way. Your favorite hard rock/industrial act not only has a new album due out next month (the six-song LP Bad Witch) but is embarking on a 14-city tour this fall.
Better start picking out some pleather trousers and combat boots. Phoenix, however, gets the honor of being the first.
However, the tour announcement came with an unusual caveat - all tickets must be purchased in person.
Trent Reznor and co will be joined by special guests The Jesus And Mary Chain. It will take place May 19 at the box office for all venues, except for the Red Rocks dates, which will be held May 20 at the Denver Coliseum.
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The American band have also unveiled their ninth studio LP, "Bad Witch", which will be released on June 22, and completes the trilogy that began with 2016's "Not The Actual Events" and 2017's 'ADD VIOLENCE'.
For years, online ticket sales have been plagued by resellers using bots to instantly buy in-demand tickets to then offer at hiked-up prices - meaning fans miss out on face-value seats. On its website, the band explains that tickets for the upcoming tour will be sold in-person only.
And given all the warm weather this time of year, you'll probably want to leave the pleather trousers at home.