A few hours after releasing the first new song since 2008, Trent Reznor has announced a new Nine Inch Nails tour that reaches 46 cities, including Colorado.
A week after announcing a new album, Nine Inch Nails has released a new single, “Came Back Haunted.” Listen to it here.
On “… Like Clockwork,” this Queens of the Stone Age sound is somewhat unnerving in how lovely it is.
After a four-year hiatus, a new Nine Inch Nails album is due out this year on the act’s newly signed label, Columbia.
A little bit like Quentin Tarantino’s “Death Proof,” the new Queens of the Stone Age video for “If I Had a Tail” deals with a muscle car driver with a love of chaos.
Use our heavily curated lists (, pop, rock, folk/jam, hip-hop, electronic, local, country and more) to help you navigate this summer’s already-crowded live-music landscape.
How to Destroy Angels left the Paramount Theatre crowd enraptured in a paralytic innovation coma on Sunday night.
Our best Denver shows focus on what’s going outside of 4/20 and Record Store Day this week, including FoCoMX, Alt-J and How To Destroy Angels.
The 2013 Voodoo lineup was announced on Monday, a day after Coachella’s first weekend wrapped up in the desert.
As the world welcomed Pope Saint Francis I, 5,500 miles away in the dark recesses of the Larimer Lounge, those gathered at Trust’s Wednesday night show followed a slightly different creed: Goth is good.