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Nine Inch Nails Will Tour With a New Lineup in 2014
Trent Reznor also hints at a 'The Fragile' reissue next yearshare Credit: Photo by Getty Images By: Chris Martins // December 5, 2013
Trent Reznor took a break from Nine Inch Nails rehearsals today for an impromptu “Ask Me Anything” with fans on Reddit. It was a brief exchange that yielded a few drolly comic gems — asked if he’d throw himself a multi-band birthday party à la Maynard James Keenan, he simply wrote: “No.” — but also some useful NIN news. One fan queried the man as to whether or not the just-wrapped Tension tour (released today in video form) would grow a new U.S. leg in 2014. Short answer: “Yes.”
The long answer not only gives hope to fans of Hesitation Marks, one of SPIN’s 50 Best Albums of 2013. Reznor’s response also sheds light on the thoughtful way in which he approaches the art of touring. He specifies that Tension is done (“That was one very specific look at Nine Inch Nails in the Fall of 2013″) and that when we next see the band, they’ll have a different set list, stage show, and musician lineup. He said the current group includes himself, Ilan Rubin, Alessandro Cortini, and Robin Finck.
Read more from Reznor on Reddit (he also says a 2014 reissue of The Fragile is a possibility), and find his expanded statement on touring below.
Here are some thoughts on touring: When we commit to a touring cycle, it usually is at least a year long, and can start to feel stale after X amount of time. What I’m doing this cycle is making each leg of the tour have its own identity. The festival run we did over the summer was very different from the Tension tour we just finished. We’re currently rehearsing with a new incarnation of the band for what’s ahead. This keeps things fresh from a musician’s perspective, but also keeps things interesting for fans in an era where every show ends up on YouTube. The setlist and presentation moving forward will be very different from what we just did. That’s part of the incentive behind releasing the Tension footage now. That was one very specific look at Nine Inch Nails in the Fall of 2013, that I wanted the whole world to be able to see (just like you can see the festival footage on YouTube, which was its own thing). Yes, we are planning to return to North America in 2014…Tags: Music News, nine inch nails Comment (0) Bill Callahan Set to Release Dub Album ‘Have Fun With God’ Nelson Mandela R.I.P. (1918-2013)
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R.E.M.: SPIN’s 1991 ‘Out of Time’ Cover Story, ‘Going for Baroque’This story was originally published in the March 1991 issue of SPIN. In honor of SPIN's 30th anniversary, we've republished this piece as part of… By: Mark Blackwell and Jim Greer / July 30, 2015 2000s
Amy Winehouse: SPIN’s 2007 Cover Story, ‘Lady Sings the Blues’The following remembrance was written in the days following Amy Winehouse's death on July 23, 2011. To mark the anniversary of her passing, we've republished thi… By: Steve Kandell / July 23, 2015 1980s
Live Aid: SPIN’s 1986 Investigation Into Relief Aid Abuse, ‘Sympathy for the Devil’This story was originally published in the September 1986 issue of SPIN, following an exposé on Live Aid's real effect on Ethiopia, which ran in the… By: Robert Keating / July 17, 2015 1980s
Live Aid: Bob Geldof’s Original Response to SPIN’s 1986 Exposé[This piece was originally published in the August 1986 issue of SPIN, one month after our exposé, "Live Aid: The Terrible Truth." This week marked… By: SPIN Staff / July 15, 2015 1980s
Live Aid: The Terrible TruthOne night at dinner in late 1985, a friend talked about Ethiopia being in a civil war. Neither I nor anyone else at the table had… By: SPIN Staff / July 13, 2015 1980s
SPIN’s 1985 Cover Story: Confessions of a Number One Bruce Springsteen GroupieThis is is Part One of SPIN’s November 1985 cover story on Bruce Springsteen. (Check out the others, by Glenn O'Brien, Richard Meltzer, and Amiri Baraka, respectively.)… By: Tama Janowitz / July 9, 2015
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Album of the Week \Read More » Colin Joyce / July 27, 2015
Alessandro Cortini tends to surround himself with darkness. The Italian producer is most infamous as a torturer of modular synths and other bleak electronics for Los Angeles’ most famous industrial-goths, Nine Inch Nails. His previous solo LP, Sonno, slinked out on Prurient’s Hospital Productions — a bastion of the crepuscular, if there ever was one. And… More »Comment (0)