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    It doesn't seem to me that a tour is on the cards next year but i hope I'm wrong

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    I'd like to quote myself from the other thread:

    Under the social media tab it says following:

    WE WILL OCCASIONALLY CONTACT YOU VIA EMAIL TO GIVE YOU ADVANCE NOTICE ON VINYL REISSUES, NEW MERCHANDISE, TICKETS ON SALE, ETC.


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    Quote Originally Posted by niggo View Post
    I'd like to quote myself from the other thread:
    Yep. I don't think they'd bother adding ticket sales in (rather than leaving that to be covered by etc) unless there was a plan on touring eventually. Even if it's not in 2017.
    Also, thank you for pointing that out in the other thread, because I totally signed up for that very reason once I saw your post.

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    It's entirely possible those quotes from Trent at the end of 2014 about them "already planning out" what the next tour would be like weren't wholly full of shit now

    I can't think of a more Trent move than, right after taking hundreds of dollars from us via reissues, announcing tour dates

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanmcfly View Post
    I just want them to do a smaller venue tour. Not necessarily tiny clubs, but venues like The Bomb Factory in Dallas.
    they reopened the fucking bomb factory?
    Where? The Gypsy Tearoom space?
    I used to live in deep ellum (literally, in a loft.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kleiner352 View Post
    It's entirely possible those quotes from Trent at the end of 2014 about them "already planning out" what the next tour would be like weren't wholly full of shit now

    I can't think of a more Trent move than, right after taking hundreds of dollars from us via reissues, announcing tour dates
    Where did he say that? I'm intrigued now

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    Thinking full length lp in the summer, tour starts in the fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kleiner352 View Post
    It's entirely possible those quotes from Trent at the end of 2014 about them "already planning out" what the next tour would be like weren't wholly full of shit now

    I can't think of a more Trent move than, right after taking hundreds of dollars from us via reissues, announcing tour dates
    Gotta fund the tour somehow, startup costs are massive.

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    Personally I am getting a bit concerned about the future of Live NIN.

    Firstly naming Atticus permanent band member: I don't see Atticus as a strong live performer, especially in a NIN context. Would Trent bring NIN on the road without a permanent band member?

    Seconding dropping Rob Sheridan as graphics artist: Rob has traditionally been an important piece in creating live graphics. Will the new graphics artist take on the same role or "just" provide album art, website graphics etc?

    Is the future going to be Trent and Atticus recording pieces of art/music under different headings? Sometimes movie scores, sometimes NIN, sometimes HTDA?

    Since live NIN is more than half the experience for me I would hate that scenario to play out. Am I being paranoid? Please allow me to get rid of this paranoia with some good arguments.

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    You're being paranoid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    they reopened the fucking bomb factory?
    Where? The Gypsy Tearoom space?
    I used to live in deep ellum (literally, in a loft.)
    Yeah, they reopened it on Canton Street. I'm not sure where The Gypsy Tearoom was because they closed that when I was in middle school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanmcfly View Post
    Yeah, they reopened it on Canton Street. I'm not sure where The Gypsy Tearoom was because they closed that when I was in middle school.
    well dude when i
    was in middle school, i was too young to get into the first nin shows in dallas, because they were at the (originally much smaller) bomb factory. (the point being that i WANTED desperately to go, but had to wait until 94 when they played at the Fair Park Colliseum

    also get off my lawn.
    Last edited by elevenism; 12-18-2016 at 09:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaph1000 View Post
    Personally I am getting a bit concerned about the future of Live NIN.

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    Seconding dropping Rob Sheridan as graphics artist: Rob has traditionally been an important piece in creating live graphics. Will the new graphics artist take on the same role or "just" provide album art, website graphics etc?
    To be fair, half the fun about NIN is that you can never really second-guess Trent Reznor. It's a huge leap to assume that every NIN tour/live event needs live graphics. It could be anything.
    The same thing is true about the music. I love to speculate what the new stuff will sound like (I do it before every release) but it's always its own thing.

    But I learned over the years that it is without exceptions always better than what I imagined. It's okay that you can't see how it will work. I'll bet that TR does!
    So cheer up!

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    God damn, these new songs are going to sound HEAVY live.

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    via @slave2thewage

    http://www.nme.com/news/music/nine-i...d-fire-1921221

    "Nine Inch Nails are expected to drop a full new album and announce tour dates for 2017 in the months ahead."

    Hopefully they didn't just draw together ideas from this thread!

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    I want 'The Idea of You' live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninlive View Post
    I want 'The Idea of You' live.
    I want all of this live. With minimal lighting. In a club. And pre-sale tickets.

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    Agree with getting this stuff live... But they should take some time to announce a tour. My bank account can't handle it.

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    Looking like no tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corona Radiata View Post
    Looking like no tour.
    I'd say it's more likely that it'll come after the big projects next year happen. You'd think one would be an album and it makes sense to start a world tour after that. The fact that he mentioned the live line up by name strengthens that too I think.

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    He said not immediately but did say they were "discussing". If there are tour dates, I would say not before the fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cecil View Post
    . The fact that he mentioned the live line up by name strengthens that too I think.
    Wait, what?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazy View Post
    Wait, what?...
    The very last part of the interview was him stating that there was no disrespect intended to Ilan, Robin and Alessandro by naming Atticus a permanent member, it's just he is next to him in the studio whereas they are more on the touring side. The fact that he named them specifically when the line up tends to be rather fluid to me suggests that he is exploring what is next in the live format (and that they will be included). Josh Eustis is the only former (I think?) member listed in the discography section too so I could see him being involved too.

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    ^I thought some of Justin's album credits were listed in there, too.

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    Hmmm, why would Live Nation be promoting the new EP? Just got an email from them...

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    alessandro, ilan and robin are part of the family: zane lowe interview about the future live shows.

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    My heart skipped a beat (or two) when I saw this in my inbox, but alas, it was only NTAE announcement

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    Since Atticus is an official member now, I wonder if he'd play bass on tour. Alessandro may have handled bass duties for HTDA live performances, but ninwiki says that Atticus played bass on their studio releases.

    I strongly prefer the NIN live band to be a five-piece (with a bassist AND a keyboardist; also a drummer and a lead guitarist, obviously) so I'm hoping that a bassist will be added, while the lineup is otherwise the same as the most recent incarnation of the band. If not Atticus, then either Josh Eustis or Danny Lohner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick_Nicholas View Post
    If not Atticus, then either Josh Eustis or Danny Lohner.
    I agree with your post, but I'd wish for JMJ to be back one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick_Nicholas View Post
    Since Atticus is an official member now, I wonder if he'd play bass.
    I can see Atticus on stage now: he's got a desk with an iMac, audience to his side. Legs crossed lady-like and cigarette constantly in hand, while he's DL'ing porn on said Apple device.

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