Nine Inch Nails, in conjunction with music video delivery service Vevo, have unveiled an 80-minute concert film of the band’s performance at the Los Angeles Staples Center, which took place early last month. The film offers a visually stunning portion of the two-hour-plus-long set that was played.
Project-leader Trent Reznor and his band are currently touring in support of the band’s acclaimed eighth studio album, Hesitation Marks, unveiled back in August. NIN will soon be heading Down Under to play a series of co-headline dates with desert rock giants Queens of the Stone Age.
The film’s setlist, which readers can view in its entirety neath the video embed, pieces together cuts from the new album as well as NIN’s greater discography, including performances of classics March of the Pigs and Hurt, as well as Head Like A Hole, The Big Come Down, and The Hand That Feeds.
Reznor recently made headlines when he FaceTimed with friend and esteemed concert photographer Andrew Youssef, who is currently battling Stage IV colon cancer, whilst on stage in Las Vegas, a show Youssef was invited to but unable to attend due to his “dwindling energy supply.”
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Nine Inch Nails Tension 2013 Setlist
copy of a
march of the pigs
all time low
came back haunted
the big come down
the hand that feeds
head like a hole
while i’m still here