Industrial-rockers Nine Inch Nails have added six dates to their U.S. tour, Nothing Records announced Tuesday (March 28).
The group, led by Trent Reznor, has now announced a total of 22 out of what will be 45 shows on the outing, dubbed Fragility v2.0.
A Perfect Circle Tool singer Maynard James Keenan's side band will be the opening act for the trek, scheduled to begin April 12 in Cleveland.
The new dates, which begin May 12 in Maryland, also include shows in North Carolina, Florida and California.
Nine Inch Nails, who have been touring Europe, Australia, Japan and New Zealand in recent months, released The Fragile in September. With 17 pop songs and six instrumentals, the double LP is an ambitious work, framed by warm pianos, buzz-saw guitars and pounding industrial beats.
The band's previous album, The Downward Spiral, was released five years earlier.
The Fragile, which includes the single "We're in This Together" (RealAudio excerpt), made many critics' lists of 1999's best albums. Sales of the album have not lived up to expectations, however.
Additional dates for the tour are expected to be announced soon.
Nine Inch Nails tour dates:
April 12; Cleveland, Ohio; CSU Convention Center
April 14; Auburn Hills, Mich.; Palace of Auburn Hills
April 15; Columbus, Ohio; Schottenstein Center
April 17; Minneapolis, Minn.; Target Center
April 18; Milwaukee, Wis.; U.S. Cellular Arena
April 20; Indianapolis, Ind.; Conseco Fieldhouse
April 21; Chicago, Ill.; UIC Pavilion
April 22; Madison, Wis.; Dane County Coliseum
April 25; Grand Rapids, Mich.; Van Andel Arena
April 26; Chicago, Ill.; UIC Pavilion
April 28; Toronto, Ontario; Maple Leaf Gardens
May 2; Worcester, Mass.; Centrum Centre
May 3; Providence, R.I.; Civic Center
May 4; Hartford, Conn.; Civic Center
May 6; Philadelphia, Pa.; First Union Spectrum
May 7; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Star Lake Amphitheatre
May 12; Columbia, Md.; Merriweather Post Pavilion
May 13; Raleigh, N.C.; Alltel Pavilion at Walnut Creek
May 14; Charlotte, N.C.; Blockbuster Pavilion
May 17; Miami, Fla.; Miami Arena
May 18; Lakeland, Fla.; Lakeland Center
June 6; Anaheim, Calif.; Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim