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Friday, September 11, 2009

NIN Say Good Bye with a Bang


Nine Inch Nails gave a big “peace out” to fans, including Tony Hawk, Tony Kanal and Ron Jeremy, Thursday night in Los Angeles during the last show of their farewell tour. But, it seems the show was anything but peaceful.

According to a report from Spin, the night was complete with flying guitars, mic stands and even bodies.

The show kicked off slowly with “Home,” and got progressively more ferocious by “March of the Pigs” and was downright violent by the second encore. Jane’s Addiction’s Dave Navarro accompanied front man Trent Reznor for three tunes and during the second encore Dillinger Escape Plan helped fuel the fire-ultimately resulting in crashing light stands, guitar tossing and a fan colliding into the drum set.

But I mean, this is NIN we’re talking about-anything less would be a disappointment. They have decades of a reputation to uphold. I’m just wondering how long 44-year old Reznor can stay away.

-Ashley Thompson
currently listening to the commentators of the Fed ExCup playoffs.

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