When Garbage began creating the record that came to be 2012's "Not Your Kind of People," the band members didn't expect that anyone would care.
Alt-rockers Garbage have added four rescheduled dates to their in-progress international trek supporting May's "Not Your Kind of People."
Alt-rockers Garbage have postponed two planned weekend shows in Texas "due to a medical emergency involving the family member of someone in the band," according to a press release.
After an extended break from the stage and recording studio, saucy Garbage lead singer Shirley Manson remains sexier than anyone else.
Alt-rockers Garbage will spend the summer on the international tour trail in support of their long-awaited new studio effort, "Not Your Kind of People." Shirley Manson and company are in the midst of another swing through North America as they continue to support "Bleed Like Me," the first new Garbage album in four years.
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Once the champions of ultra-sexed-up, kissed-by-techno rock, Garbage spends much of their new album, "Bleed Like Me," plugging in their guitars and stomping on distortion pedals. Four years removed from the band's previous release, "Bleed Like Me" is an energetic, 11-track sprint that should thrill fans seeking a fourth platter of Garbage-brand power pop.