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Nine Inch Nails Unveil ‘Tension’ Tour Concert Film, Prepping 2014 Release

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If you missed Nine Inch Nails this fall or simply want to re-live all the glory of their ‘Tension’ tour, you’re in luck. The band has just posted a 90-minute HD concert film taken from last month’s Los Angeles show.

But that’s just the beginning of the good news, as the band is currently prepping a 2014 Blu-Ray/DVD and digital release that is expected in spring 2014. Rumors have placed the release date somewhere around April 8, but nothing is confirmed as of yet.

The upcoming release includes additional content, 5.1 surround sound and fans can currently sign up at Nine Inch Nails special ‘Tension’ website to be alerted as to when pre-order will begin.

The Los Angeles show included 28 songs, including a six-song encore. The set featured such classic tracks as ‘March of the Pigs,’ ‘Wish,’ ‘The Hands That Feed,’ ‘Head Like a Hole’ and ‘Hurt’ mixed in with newer favorites like ‘Came Back Haunted,’ ‘Copy of A’ and ‘Find My Way.’ Watch the footage above.

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