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NIN Twenty Thirteen, Sevendust is coming to town, and Lining up Orion


The WQLZ Music Minute--Music news written by Bishop for 92.7 WQLZ, The Rock Station

 

Trent Reznor soaking wet ...
Trent Reznor soaking wet ...

NIN Twenty Thirteen

 

Nine Inch Nails will get some new life this year with an extensive tour. Trent Reznor told the world at the beginning of 2012 that there’d be new How To Destroy Angels by years end with a full album out in 2013. That came true with the new album featuring Trent and his wife Mariqueen due out next week. He also said back in 2012 that fans would get to see Nine Inch Nails in 2013. With a letter posted online by Reznor, the front man says he’s rebooting the band with some past collaborators and some new members, including members from Jane’s Addiction, King Crimson and Puscifer. In the letter to Pitchfork, Reznor says “The first shows will begin this summer, followed by a full-on arena tour of the US this fall, and lots of other dates worldwide to follow through 2014.” The letter doesn’t say anything about new material, but we’re all hoping that happens. We’ll keep you posted on the latest.

 

Sevendust is coming to town

 

Sevendust has been scheduled to be in Springfield at Boondocks Saturday May 18th! As previously reported three months ago, the band was supposed to swing through on a tour this month, but that Springfield show couldn’t be lined up. Also reported months ago, we were told that Sevendust would be booked later in the year. Now the good word as announced Sunday is that Sevendust will be at Boondocks in Springfield May 18th. That weekend show adds to the amazing lineup Boondocks is bring through the capital city, including Pop Evil and Otherwise March 27th and In This Moment March 28th. Also coming to Boondocks will be Stained front man Aaron Lewis’ country act. That’s gonna be May 16th.

 

Lining up Orion

 

Speaking of shows, it was announced earlier this year that Metallica would try to help revive Motor City as Detroit Rock City. That’s where the band will stage the Orion Music + More festival in June. Now they’ve revealed that joining Metallica will be Red Hot Chili Peppers, Deftones, Rise Against and more. Get more deats online at OrionMusicandMore.com.

 

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