Nitzer Ebb's "Promises" Brings the Industrial Rock Like It's 1987

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Last month, we announced that British industrial act Nitzer Ebb was stopping in Miami November 13 for a rare concert appearance. At the time, ticket prices hadn't been announced, but they are now available for $20 via Flavorus.

As a primer for the Grand Central show, take a listen to the band's track "Promises" off new album, Industrial Complex. It will have you feeling like Reagan never left office. Seriously, we know Nitzer Ebb fans wouldn't have it any other way. But we'd love to see the trio update its sound a bit and experiment a little.

Anyway, no opening act has been announced for the show, except for resident DJ Mike Deuce and guest Chris Halo, and the promise of classic EDM, electro, and synth-pop sets to keep you entertained while you wait for the Ebb.

Download: Nitzer Ebb "Promises"

Nitzer Ebb. Saturday, November 13. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The show starts at 11 p.m. and tickets cost $20 via fla.vor.us. Ages 18 and up. Call 305-377-2277 or visit grandcentralmiami.com.

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