November 30, 2022

Trent Reznor reunited with a number of members of 9 Inch Nails ’90s lineup, together with Richard Patrick, Chris Vrenna, Danny Lohner, and Charlie Clouser, throughout a particular hometown present in Cleveland on Saturday evening (September twenty fourth).

The reunion befell the evening after Reznor and a gaggle of his former bandmates appeared for a reside Q&A on the Rock & Roll Corridor of Fame, the place solely among the rotating lineup was inducted in 2020. There appeared to be no dangerous blood on the stage although, because the frontman shared the highlight for six songs to shut out the one-night-only tour cease.

The previous members collectively took the stage through the tour debut of “Eraser” from 1994’s The Downward Spiral, and so they remained there till the conclusion of the present. Their mini-set featured early cuts like “Want” and “Sin,” culminating in a first-ever NIN cowl of “Hey Man Good Shot” by the Patrick-fronted outfit Filter.

For his half, Reznor largely light into the background whereas his swelling backing crew commanded a lot of the combine and a spotlight and Patrick took over lead vocalist duties. He returned in full power although to shut out the present with band’s breakout 1989 single, “Head Like a Gap.” Watch the reunited group’s efficiency beneath.

9 Inch Nails have formally concluded a whirlwind summer time of touring that included spots at Riot Fest, Louder Than Life, and Primavera Sound LA in addition to headlining exhibits at Colorado’s Pink Rocks Amphitheatre. Reznor was additionally just lately tapped to function on Puscifer’s reworked LP, Existential Reckoning: Rewired.

Setlist:
Considerably Broken
March of the Pigs
Piggy
Heresy
Much less Than
The Lovers
Reptile
Sanctified
Copy of A
Shit Mirror
God Break Down the Door
The Good Drug
Nearer (with “The Solely Time” interpolation)
The Massive Come Down
Burn
The Hand That Feeds
The Frail

Encore:
Eraser (Tour debut)
Want
Sin
Gave Up
Hey Man Good Shot (Filter cowl) (reside debut by 9 Inch Nails)
Head Like a Gap

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