Nine Inch Nails Announce Cold and Black and Infinite North American Tour, Track List For 'Bad Witch' Album

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The Jesus and Mary Chain will open the dates.

Nine Inch Nails really want their fans to get first dibs on their just-announced Cold and Black and Infinite 2018 North American tour. That's why the Trent Reznor-fronted group announced on Thursday (May 10) that they would be offering tickets to the tour at The Physical World presale events beginning on May 19 at each venue's box office (except for a two-night stand at Colorado's Red Rock Amphitheatre, whose presale will be on May 20 at the Denver Coliseum box office). That means you have to go in person if you want to snag tix.

The attempt to work around resellers came along with some more exciting news about the group's new album, Bad Witch, which is due out on June 22; the release completes a trilogy that kicked off in 2016 with Not the Actual Events and included last year's ADD VIOLENCE. The album is available for pre-order now here and the track listing for the album is: “Shit Mirror,” “Ahead of Ourselves,” “Play the Goddamned Park,” “God Break Down the Door,” “I'm Not From This World” and “Over and Out.”

The Cold and Black tour will include two-night appearances at a number of iconic venues, from Red Rocks (Sept. 18-19)  to New York's Radio City Music Hall (Oct. 13-14), and the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago (Oct. 25-26), wrapping with four dates at the Palladium in Los Angeles (Dec. 7,8, 11 and 12). All seats for the tour will be offered on an in-person, first come, first served basis only with a four-ticket limit per show; click here for a complete list of box office locations and more information on purchasing.

Legendary indie rockers The Jesus and Mary Chain will open the tour. Check out the dates below.

Sept. 13 — Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre

Sept. 14 — Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre

Sept. 18 — Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks

Sept. 19 — Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks

Sept. 24 — Memphis, TN @ Orpheum Theater

Sept. 26 — Atlanta, GA @ Fox Theatre

Sept. 27 — Atlanta, GA @ Fox Theatre

Sept. 29 — Nashville, TN @ Ascend Amphitheater

Oct. 9 — Washington, DC @ The Anthem

Oct. 13 — New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall

Oct. 14 — New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall

Oct. 19 — Boston, MA @ Boch Center

Oct. 20 — Boston, MA @ Boch Center

Oct. 22 — Detroit, MI @ Fox Theater

Oct. 23 — Detroit, MI @ Fox Theater

Oct. 25 — Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom

Oct. 26 — Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom

Nov. 23 — New Orleans, LA @ Saenger Theatre

Nov. 24 — New Orleans, LA @ Saenger Theatre

Nov. 27 — Irving, TX @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

Nov. 28 — Irving, TX @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

Dec. 3 — San Francisco, CA @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Dec. 7 — Los Angeles, CA @ Palladium

Dec. 8 — Los Angeles, CA @ Palladium

Dec. 11 — Los Angeles, CA @ Palladium

12/12  Los Angeles, CA @ Palladium