If you heard rumblings that Garbage was making a new album, it wasn't a lie. Nor was it just a rumor that they will be on tour, and hit Houston's House of Blues on Friday, April 20. (**GARBAGE POSTPONE PERFORMANCES IN HOUSTON** Date TBA)
The iconic act spent the better part of the 90s at the top of the alt-rock tier, gaining Platinum status on their records in America, Canada, Australia, and multiple countries in Europe.
Now, the group is back in Houston for the first time in a decade to in support of their first album in seven years, Not Your Kind of People.
And while not all reunion tours promise that your favorite band-mates will be there, Garbage has remained intact for nearly twenty years. With Shirley Manson on vocals, Butch Vig (also known as the infamous producer of Nirvana's Nevermind), Duke Erikson and Steve Marker will also be on-stage playing previous hits such as "Stupid Girl" and "I Think I'm Paranoid."
Not Your Kind of People's track listing includes 11 songs, including the single, "Blood for Poppies," which is already climbing up the Billboard charts. The album is set to be released May 14 on the group's own record label, STUNVOLUME.