The reunited British electro-industrial band Nitzer Ebb hasn’t released an LP in 15 years, but that will change next week. On November 9th through Artists’ Addiction Records, Nitzer Ebb will put out Industrial Complex, the first album since 1995’s Big Hit.
The new album will feature songs that have shown up regularly in Nitzer Ebb’s post-2006 live sets, such as “Payroll” and “Once You Say”, which on the album features Depeche Mode’s Martin Gore on backing vocals. Fans of Saw IV, all 35 of them, might also recognize “Never Known”, which appeared on the soundtrack to the 2007 film. Album opener “Promises” will be on the soundtrack for the latest installment of the Saw series, Saw 3-D.
Nitzer Ebb has already toured behind the album in Europe, and starting today they’ll embark on a month-long U.S. trip. The tour kicks off in Southern California, playing three dates there before heading up to San Francisco on November 11th. The band will skip over to the East Coast following that show, playing Miami’s Grand Central on the 13th. Nitzer Ebb will hit New York before making its way to the Midwest on the 18th. The tour closes with a three-date Texas trip, with the final date in Houston on November 26th.
Visit SeatGeek.com to get ahold of tickets for the tour and see the itinerary below, as well as the tracklist for Industrial Complex.
Nitzer Ebb 2010 Tour Dates:
11/03 – San Diego, CA @ Brick by Brick
11/06 – Santa Ana, CA @ Galaxy
11/09 – Los Angeles, CA @ Echoplex
11/11 – San Francisco, CA @ Mezzanine
11/13 – Miami, FL @ Grand Central
11/16 – New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater
11/18 – Chicago, IL @ Magic Stick
11/20 – Detroit, MI @ Double Door
11/23 – Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater
11/24 – San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
11/26 – Houston, TX @ Numbers