Nine Inch Nails announce UK arena tour

Trent Reznor and co will perform six dates in May

Nine Inch Nails announce UK arena tour

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Nine Inch Nails are to tour the UK in May.

The band's first UK tour in six years will take in six venues, beginning in Birmingham before travelling to Glasgow, Cardiff, London, Nottingham and Manchester.

Nine Inch Nails are about to embark on an eight-date tour of Australia and New Zealand alongside Queens Of The Stone Age, with the headliner for each night being determined by the toss of a coin. Asked if the two groups would be repeating their collaboration, which was cut short at the Grammy Awards, QOTSA frontman Josh Homme recently said that the focus was on individual shows. "Let’s just start by everyone kicking their ass and doing their thing," he said.

Nine Inch Nails will play:

Birmingham LG Arena?(May 18)
Glasgow Hydro Arena?(20)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (21)
London The O2?(23)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena?(24)
Manchester Phones 4U Arena (25)

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