We know that you can't travel to every corner of the map to see your favorite acts play, but Nine Inch Nails tend to make it easier than most acts when it comes to catching some of their standout performances. This rings true again as pro-shot concert footage from both their Lollapalooza show in Brazil and Argentina have hit the Internet.
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Looks like Nine Inch Nails will be at "home with the armadillo" this weekend as the band will make a rare concert TV performance on the long-running PBS series, 'Austin City Limits.' In advance of the airing, the band has unveiled a teaser via Rolling Stone in the form of their performance of 'Sanctified' for the show.
Today, March 8, marks the 20th anniversary of the release of the seminal Nine Inch Nails album 'The Downward Spiral.' The 1994 release boasted a unique blend of industrial rock and electronica, redefining both the genres, along with lyrical content that explored the deepest depths of pain and suffering.
This year's Grammy Awards were closed by Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Dave Grohl and Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham., but the all-star gig was cut short on television when closing credits and sponsors were shown instead of the end of the performance. You can watch rehearsal video of the entire performance above, but in a new interview, Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor lashes out at Grammy organizers, vowing never to return and calling it "an utter waste of time."