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    Quote Originally Posted by WorzelG View Post
    I’m still wondering if they will play Download on 8-10th June. The next announcement will be the end of the month.
    Haven't they announced the headliners yet? Ozzy, Guns and Avenged Sevenfold.
    You think NIN would take a supporting slot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by witte View Post
    sweat sweat. now it starts. a surprise show in madrid? yes. holiday planning has started.
    Yeah, I might have to do this one as well. Lineup is real tasty.

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    I enjoyed my time visiting Spain while following the tour back in aught-seven, but that was in February. I can't imagine attending a festival with that sort of heat.

    It will be interesting to see if they do any small club shows around the festival dates. Hopefully, we'll get a plethora of glitch-free, high-definition festival streams as digital souvenirs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deepvoid View Post
    Haven't they announced the headliners yet? Ozzy, Guns and Avenged Sevenfold.
    You think NIN would take a supporting slot?

    Band-before-last is their usual slot at European festivals.

    Quote Originally Posted by FULLMETAL View Post
    Hopefully, we'll get a plethora of glitch-free, high-definition festival streams as digital souvenirs.


    This would be a really good income generator for them. Say $5-10 per download?

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    Downloads the only festival i can see them doing in England, i could have seen them doing T in the Park in Scotland but apparently that's taking a break next year with Glasto. Some bands do summer shows at Hyde park but i just can't see NIN being one of them, so unless the Reading and Leeds organisers do some serious groveling, Download's looking like the only real option...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haysey View Post
    Downloads the only festival i can see them doing in England, i could have seen them doing T in the Park in Scotland but apparently that's taking a break next year with Glasto. Some bands do summer shows at Hyde park but i just can't see NIN being one of them, so unless the Reading and Leeds organisers do some serious groveling, Download's looking like the only real option...
    I'm keeping that weekend free, plus the weeks before and after just in case of 'surprise' shows

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    So on the one hand I'm extremely pleased to see they will actually be coming to Europe next year. On the other I really hope they don't stick to festivals.

    I completely understand that it makes sense for bands touring overseas to do the festival circuit, and if we get some streams from them then that'll do very nicely.
    But yeah, surely the odd 'indoors' show wouldn't hurt, while they're here? Even if it's a super-small secret show as we've seen in the states then I'll be trying extra hard for a ticket.
    Ideal world though - quick one off at Brixton, with Assault setlist. Come on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WorzelG View Post
    I'm keeping that weekend free, plus the weeks before and after just in case of 'surprise' shows
    Smart move. I do hope they do a small surprise show here. I was lucky enough to get tickets to the Scala show and it was awesome!

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    So, European dates in the summer, are we thinking US in the spring or the fall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kleiner352 View Post
    So, European dates in the summer, are we thinking US in the spring or the fall?
    I'm thinking Performance 2007 Tour redux until proven otherwise.

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    I wanna hear the new lineup play "Leaving Hope", so more small shows would be great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    I'm thinking Performance 2007 Tour redux until proven otherwise.
    Trent mentioned more dates at a bunch of the shows in the US this year so it seems unlikely that he would have been hyping up European festival dates to NYC crowds.

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    Itíll be disappointing if NIN sticks to festivals in the US next year. Thereís so damn many of them at different times of the year now I lost count a couple years ago.

    Feel bad for the euro fans if thatís all they end up getting, even if there are some small secret shows that pop up. Not all of the fans can time that right to attend- much less secure tickets, even if they get a fan code.

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    i will wait for the UK, NIN don't fit in at Download Festival, its a metal festival, I'm worried he might fuck with the audience and do a light sounding set again deliberately, Download is so crap, i don't get the Donnington hype, Ozzfest 2002 was one of the worst things i had to endure, the campsite is next to a runway for a major airport, you can SEE the runway from the campsite, its so loud. sounds like a ww2 air raid every 5 minutes.

    i don't mind a festival particularly just as long as the vibe is right, NIN at Reading 2007 were breathtaking, but 2013 was bad....would prefer 2 Brxiton shows or 4 again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    I wanna hear the new lineup play "Leaving Hope", so more small shows would be great.
    AATCHB too

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    i'm not huge on festivals but this year's mad cool festival looks pretty strong. obviously especially NIN. i would be way into seeing massive attack too. & the queens of stone age are usually fun. i'm sure there will be some other good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekrekel View Post
    AATCHB too
    vkgoeswild has that covered:

    https://youtu.be/joTT58voi_Q

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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    vkgoeswild has that covered:

    https://youtu.be/joTT58voi_Q
    I saw the Hotline post that but hadn't been able to watch until now. Well done, it's great to hear someone play it (*ahem T-Rez; dust it off).

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    Homeboy T-rez should call her up to play Bosendorfer for the Quiet Tracks tour next year, when Ilan is too busy playing timpani made of water bottles or whatever the fuck. Vika is amazing, she could open the show solo ó just playing her usual mix of hard rock covers, originals, and classical pieces.

    vkgoeswild.com/videos

    vkgoeswild.bandcamp.com
    Last edited by botley; 11-22-2017 at 11:58 PM.

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