Since it's release, Garbage has been touring nonstop around the world. Fans and critics have been praising the bands return from a seven-year hiatus. "Temptress, lover, sufferer, scrapper - those have been Ms. Manson's personae since Garbage started in 1995.

In other eras she might have been a pop torch singer, a soul belter or a new-wave frontwoman: a Shirley Bassey, a Dusty Springfield, a Chrissie Hynde. There's a little of each of them in her voice," said a recent live review from The New York Times. It went on to say "While pop has gone happily electronic, Garbage did the opposite onstage, where it was an unabashed hard-rock band. There were some electronic drumbeats mixed in, but Mr. Vig steamrollered over them with live muscle. The rest of the band - Duke Erikson and Steve Marker on guitars and, on this tour, Eric Avery on bass - plowed into the riffs." SPIN magazine declared, "Not Your Kind of People picks up from where the alt-'90s brooders left off. Sleaze. Gloom. Glam. Noise. Songs about beloved freaks and lying lovers. Grungy, trip-hop-addled pop designed to stoke the last dance at the end of days," and Rolling Stone magazine proclaimed "Manson and her three bandmates...create an unstable world where guitars and drums are altered and distorted until they're otherworldly."

Garbage will release a second single in the United States in the coming weeks, and will continue to tour playing various headlining gigs and radio festivals. A full list of dates is below.

Garbage Tour Dates:

14th - Richmond, VA - The National
15th -Bristow, VA - DC101 Kerfuffle
16th -Charlotte, NC - 106.5 The End Weenie Roast
22nd -Atlanta, GA - Music Midtown
26th -Seattle, WA - Showbox SoDo
27th -Portland, OR - Roseland Theatre
29th -Vancouver, BC - The Centre for Performing Arts

1st - San Francisco, CA - Warfield Theatre
2nd - Los Angeles, CA - The Palladium
5th - Salt Lake City, UT - In The Venue
6th - Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre - SOLD OUT
9th - Houston, TX - House of Blues - SOLD OUT
10th -Austin, TX - La Zona Rosa - SOLD OUT

Video for Garbage, 'Big Bright World'