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Deepvoid
11-17-2016, 12:40 PM
I'll go first I guess.

I think we'll have an arena tour starting late summer going into fall 2017.
I'm not expecting any dates in the spring. Summer amphitheater could be possible but it all depends on when the new material is released.
I have no clue who would handle bass/guitar duty but I'm pretty sure the rest of the lineup will be the same with Fink, Cortini and Rubin. If Rubin is busy with another project, I'd expect Freese to come back.

thatguymark
11-17-2016, 01:37 PM
Nothing against Ilan - he's a perfectly fine drummer, but man, I would so enjoy seeing Josh Freese back with the band. Based on his twitter, Ilan seems to have a lot going on with his own projects, so he may not be available on Trent's timeline to jump back into NIN, but again Josh is busy these days too, so who ends up behind the drums will be a mystery for a while. I just really hope there ARE live drums. Nothing against the more electronic side of things, but when songs are performed without drums live, they almost always feel like they're missing something. I would be surprised if live NIN didn't have Robin and Alessandro for the foreseeable future. The other spots are kind of a crap shoot, and we'll almost definitely see someone in NIN that's never been there before. As far as when.... Well, that's the question. I'm guessing a few summer festivals and then a full-fledged fall/winter headlining tour. Until something is announced, I think it's safe to say a tour is a ways away.

SM Rollinger
11-17-2016, 03:14 PM
Not gonna happen in '17, itll be 2019 at the earliest before we see NIN tour again.

Deepvoid
11-17-2016, 03:21 PM
Not gonna happen in '17, itll be 2019 at the earliest before we see NIN tour again.

Don't be so pessimistic. If there's a new album in 2017, chances are there will be a tour.

SM Rollinger
11-17-2016, 03:39 PM
Don't be so pessimistic. If there's a new album in 2017, chances are there will be a tour.

Not pessimistic, realistic. Im old school so im used to waiting 4-5 years inbetween NIN.

Ryan
11-18-2016, 03:18 AM
http://www.nin-pages.de/nothingrecords_2_k.jpg

ManBurning
11-18-2016, 03:46 PM
Not pessimistic, realistic. Im old school so im used to waiting 4-5 years inbetween NIN.




http://www.nin-pages.de/nothingrecords_2_k.jpg

EXACTLY!! 4-5 years is NOTHING Compared to the wait for that bloody new Rammstein album!! I used to think 4-5 years was long, but it really isn't. Time flys by as an adult. We're already at 7 years and counting for Rammstein's followup record. And look at TOOL? That's over 10 years now. If Trent and friends take 5 years, consider that awesome!!

bryan_NIN65
11-18-2016, 07:52 PM
Not pessimistic, realistic. Im old school so im used to waiting 4-5 years inbetween NIN.

I started going to concerts at 15yrs old in Oct. 2000. It was a fucking long 5 year wait to see NIN for my first time in 2005. Then 2009-2013 was a long 4 year wait

theimage13
11-18-2016, 08:52 PM
This is the ETS equivalent of stores playing Christmas music in October. Only at least the stores know that Christmas WILL happen by 12/25.

EndlessLoveless
11-19-2016, 11:29 AM
Nothing against Ilan - he's a perfectly fine drummer, but man, I would so enjoy seeing Josh Freese back with the band. Based on his twitter, Ilan seems to have a lot going on with his own projects, so he may not be available on Trent's timeline to jump back into NIN, but again Josh is busy these days too, so who ends up behind the drums will be a mystery for a while. I just really hope there ARE live drums. Nothing against the more electronic side of things, but when songs are performed without drums live, they almost always feel like they're missing something. I would be surprised if live NIN didn't have Robin and Alessandro for the foreseeable future. The other spots are kind of a crap shoot, and we'll almost definitely see someone in NIN that's never been there before. As far as when.... Well, that's the question. I'm guessing a few summer festivals and then a full-fledged fall/winter headlining tour. Until something is announced, I think it's safe to say a tour is a ways away.

Agreed 100%. Ilans great and all but Josh Freese is Josh fucking Freese. And it doesnt feel like a 'rock' show without live drums. Those first few songs on the early Tension shows without live drums, (copy, CBH, etc) sound like something is missing. Even on the ep, CBH sounds kinda limp. Its a cool idea and all you know, standing behind keyboards and maybe or maybe not pushing some buttons, but nin live works so much better with that powerful sound. Its kind of boring to watch as well unless there is a huge screen with cool shit. If im watching live music, i want to watch LIVE music. Not just buttons and knobs maybe or maybe not being played with. Otherwise i will just listen to the album.

Dont get me wrong, i love the electronic side of nin and when they were doing the great destroyer live in the mid 2000's in front of the screen, it was awesome. I love it all but would prefer drums. And Copy of A sounds SO much better live with real drums.

Perfect live lineup: TR, Josh freese on drums, Robin on lead guitar, alessandro on keys and greg edwards on 2nd guitar/bass/keys/backing vocals. I feel like I say this everytime a new nin live thread opens. I also really liked them as a 4 piece band from the wave goodbye shows. i never noticed an absence in the sound of those shows. Something about them being a 4 piece is cool.

botley
11-20-2016, 10:46 AM
If we get Josh Freese back, it means very limited touring (probably just select North American cities). He's been doing mostly short runs of gigs since 2009 with Sting and such.

BRoswell
11-21-2016, 02:43 PM
You guys...what if THIS is the tour that he plays The Perfect Drug on? 0_0

tony.parente
11-21-2016, 07:29 PM
The thread title made me laugh.

sentient
11-29-2016, 11:26 AM
You guys...what if THIS is the tour where he doesn't do lead vocals on anything but instead invites guest artists to cover it all? 0_0

BenAkenobi
11-29-2016, 02:00 PM
...or better yet, the whole background screen thing is a karaoke text display for audience to sing along while TR just occasionally inserts "hey", "yeah" and "f*ck"

SarahConnor
11-29-2016, 11:16 PM
Coachella 2017? The Smashing Pumpkins are a safe bet to be on the line up. The rumor mill started churning this week for other artists; Beyonce & Kendrick Lamar possible headliners. Don't know if that'd be a duo set up or separate. ...NIN could close out Sunday night on the Main Stage.

theimage13
11-30-2016, 06:13 AM
Coachella 2017? NIN could close out Sunday night on the Main Stage.

No, they couldn't. Sunday night closer is the "headliner" for the whole festival, and NIN aren't big enough for that anymore. It's either going to be a hugely popular and currently relevant radio act or some shitty DJ.

halo eighteen
11-30-2016, 08:19 AM
Coachella 2017? The Smashing Pumpkins are a safe bet to be on the line up. The rumor mill started churning this week for other artists; Beyonce & Kendrick Lamar possible headliners. Don't know if that'd be a duo set up or separate. ...NIN could close out Sunday night on the Main Stage.

Radiohead are definitely playing, I don't know about the Pumpkins - that seems way, way more likely and appropriate for Lolla.

somewhat_
11-30-2016, 10:14 AM
Coachella 2017? The Smashing Pumpkins are a safe bet to be on the line up. The rumor mill started churning this week for other artists; Beyonce & Kendrick Lamar possible headliners. Don't know if that'd be a duo set up or separate. ...NIN could close out Sunday night on the Main Stage.

Coachella headliners have already been confirmed, and they aren't nin or smashing pumpkins .

bobbie solo
11-30-2016, 12:13 PM
Dont forget about Frank Ocean.

witte
12-03-2016, 04:45 AM
the new line ups show up for the next year festivals (also the european ones). it gives a clear view which bands will be active in 2017.
it gives me a first feeling nin won't tour till fall 2017....

somewhat_
12-03-2016, 05:27 PM
the new line ups show up for the next year festivals (also the european ones). it gives a clear view which bands will be active in 2017.
it gives me a first feeling nin won't tour till fall 2017....

Probably correct, unless they are tagging along on this spring APC tour and then doing festivals in the fall and/or 2018.

SarahConnor
12-06-2016, 08:26 PM
I'm not saying that the Pumpkins nor NIN would headline. When Corgan announced he was reforming them, part of the story was they were fielding offers from festivals. Also, if you've been to the fest, different bands close different stages regardless of their font size on the poster. I saw HTDA play the final set of Friday night in the Mojave tent. No, they weren't 'headliners' per se. NIN, whom are better and more relevant than the Pumpkins, could easily play one of the three days' final sets on the three bigger stages.

ryanmcfly
12-07-2016, 03:09 PM
I just want them to do a smaller venue tour. Not necessarily tiny clubs, but venues like The Bomb Factory in Dallas.

botley
12-07-2016, 11:24 PM
That'd be cool. Haven't played a proper theatre here in Toronto since at least the Hate '90 days, maybe ever.

halo eighteen
12-08-2016, 06:06 AM
Maybe not a "proper theatre" but I would've killed to have been at the Kool haus shows in 2006.

botley
12-08-2016, 03:15 PM
Maybe not a "proper theatre" but I would've killed to have been at the Kool haus shows in 2006.
Yeah that place was just a concrete box. It was 2005, May 9 & 10 and I remember that because I snuck into night one when I could only get a single ticket for night two, haha.

"No, You Don't" sounded so awesome in that sweaty fucking club.

halo eighteen
12-09-2016, 06:37 AM
Derrrp, yep it was 05 haha. I was at Coachella that year, and they didn't do Detroit on the club run so I was content with just that. I had previously seen Placebo and Garbage at that venue before, so I don't know what I was thinking by not even at least trying for tickets to that.

ChipRock
12-09-2016, 08:01 AM
Apparently Guns N Roses are playing London next year so I'm expecting Nine Inch Nails to support, just like '91, for a laugh. If I were Trent I'd be so up for that. Maximum troll. No other dates.

buzburbank
12-16-2016, 02:53 PM
Might as well start beating this drum a little louder in light of today's excitement.

WorzelG
12-16-2016, 03:11 PM
It doesn't seem to me that a tour is on the cards next year but i hope I'm wrong

niggo
12-16-2016, 04:05 PM
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.

http://www.reactiongifs.com/r/2011/09/mind_blown.gif

sick among the pure
12-16-2016, 10:16 PM
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.

kleiner
12-17-2016, 01:51 AM
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

elevenism
12-17-2016, 10:48 AM
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.)

WorzelG
12-17-2016, 10:53 AM
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

somewhat_
12-17-2016, 11:42 AM
Thinking full length lp in the summer, tour starts in the fall.

tony.parente
12-17-2016, 12:52 PM
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.

zaph1000
12-17-2016, 03:49 PM
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. :)

Ryan
12-17-2016, 05:24 PM
You're being paranoid.

ryanmcfly
12-17-2016, 05:33 PM
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.

elevenism
12-17-2016, 05:44 PM
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.

hellospaceboy
12-17-2016, 08:18 PM
Personally I am getting a bit concerned about the future of Live NIN.

...

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! :p

thefragile_jake
12-22-2016, 12:26 PM
God damn, these new songs are going to sound HEAVY live.

icklekitty
12-22-2016, 03:57 PM
via slave2thewage

http://www.nme.com/news/music/nine-inch-nails-unveil-new-track-burning-bright-field-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!

ninlive
12-22-2016, 06:13 PM
I want 'The Idea of You' live.

sick among the pure
12-22-2016, 06:25 PM
I want 'The Idea of You' live.

I want all of this live. With minimal lighting. In a club. And pre-sale tickets.

ryanmcfly
12-22-2016, 11:52 PM
Agree with getting this stuff live... But they should take some time to announce a tour. My bank account can't handle it.

Corona Radiata
12-23-2016, 01:13 AM
Looking like no tour.

Cecil
12-23-2016, 06:42 AM
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.

Deepvoid
12-23-2016, 07:47 AM
He said not immediately but did say they were "discussing". If there are tour dates, I would say not before the fall.

Krazy
12-23-2016, 09:16 AM
. The fact that he mentioned the live line up by name strengthens that too I think.

Wait, what?...

Cecil
12-23-2016, 09:24 AM
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.

halo eighteen
12-23-2016, 09:51 AM
^I thought some of Justin's album credits were listed in there, too.

Krazy
12-23-2016, 10:15 AM
Hmmm, why would Live Nation be promoting the new EP? Just got an email from them...

http://i265.photobucket.com/albums/ii223/GoatKrazy/Mobile%20Uploads/C50DB851-1019-4FDD-97B5-02E748A08C25.png (http://s265.photobucket.com/user/GoatKrazy/media/Mobile%20Uploads/C50DB851-1019-4FDD-97B5-02E748A08C25.png.html)

untold
12-23-2016, 10:30 AM
alessandro, ilan and robin are part of the family: zane lowe interview about the future live shows.

kogas
12-24-2016, 02:53 AM
My heart skipped a beat (or two) when I saw this in my inbox, but alas, it was only NTAE announcementhttp://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20161224/f4113df0a36a4f0b2c51d859084eece6.jpg

Patrick_Nicholas
12-25-2016, 03:38 AM
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.

niggo
12-25-2016, 06:41 AM
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. :)

Krazy
12-25-2016, 02:35 PM
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.

Wolfkiller
12-25-2016, 04:21 PM
NTAE's black powder surprise will be the new cornstarch for upcoming tours.

sick among the pure
12-26-2016, 01:44 AM
I think The Idea of You as the upward peak before the slow/video second section, and Burning Bright as the lead back into the heavy stuff in the third section, would be amazing.

nooneimportant
12-27-2016, 06:54 AM
NTAE's black powder surprise will be the new cornstarch for upcoming tours.

It's a perfect idea.

The band can even wear all white.

kleiner
12-27-2016, 07:04 AM
It's a perfect idea.

The band can even wear all white.


It wouldn't be Trent's first time in white pants for NIN ...

http://images1.miaminewtimes.com/imager/trent-reznor-of-nine-inch-nails-performing/u/original/6458386/ninlive.jpg

Or jacket ...

http://images.sk-static.com/images/media/profile_images/artists/3328251/huge_avatar

Not to mention that one white longsleeve he got a nosebleed all over in Chicago in 05 or that whole How to Destroy Angels thing and -- goddamn why do I know so much about this guy's clothing decisions

neorev
12-27-2016, 08:26 AM
I hope Trent brings Pino back on tour. He brought a well needed funkiness to the live shows and brought HM tracks to life. Also, the back up singers were a great addition.

Trent's always going so crazy with the visuals, I'd like if he went the opposite direction this time around and did a more stripped down tour. Focus more on the live band than a crazy light show. Don't get me wrong, Trent and co. know how to put on one crazy light show. But how much bigger and better can you go? Or perhaps do what Amon Tobin did with his ISAM live tour and go with three dimensional object projection.

kleiner
12-27-2016, 05:16 PM
But how much bigger and better can you go?


Well supposedly according to that concept art from that Moment Factory guy they almost had a giant robot as the stage so I guess there is still bigger, don't know about better though.

neorev
12-27-2016, 05:47 PM
Well supposedly according to that concept art from that Moment Factory guy they almost had a giant robot as the stage so I guess there is still bigger, don't know about better though.

The Chemical Brothers already have two giant robots...

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/KLvN0-DzJkk/maxresdefault.jpg

That have built in lights, screens, and shoot lazers out their eyes...

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/2C1aiq4P-3s/maxresdefault.jpg

:P

neorev
12-27-2016, 05:54 PM
Or perhaps something like Amon Tobin's projection on 3D objects...

https://itssabah.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/323353_230617673654030_100760976639701_616695_1588 961497_o.jpg

http://jordanhalsey.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/amon_tobin_razorback_04.jpg

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/5c/8e/e4/5c8ee46a3cac0da96bee4e6ca643d729.jpg

http://jordanhalsey.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/deep_jinx_mapped_jrh_003.jpg

One of the greatest live visuals experiences I've ever witnessed.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLrt7-kIgIM

I saw ISAM Live 1.0, but the 2.0 stage setup was 80% larger...


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh85lplBqdU

AndItKeepsRepeating
12-30-2016, 07:57 AM
Gotta fund the tour somehow, startup costs are massive.

i highly doubt NIN as a business entity is in a financially straped position where they have to push reissues of their back catalog to fund a tour

TheRealNs1
01-04-2017, 03:52 PM
I hope Trent brings Pino back on tour. He brought a well needed funkiness to the live shows and brought HM tracks to life. Also, the back up singers were a great addition.

Man every time I see Pino on stage with NIN I just think he looks like the dude from South Park, super out of place.



Amon Tobin's ISAM

I thought nothing would top LitS until I saw ISAM.

Your Name Here
01-04-2017, 04:24 PM
A stripped down Kazoo tour. Five members, Five Kazoo's, One Tour!!!!!

thevoid99
01-04-2017, 11:48 PM
You know what I would like to see. A nine-piece version of NIN. 2 keyboardists, 2 guitarists, one bass player, Trent, and 3 drummers. Kind of like what King Crimson is doing. Atticus and Ally on keys. Danny Lohner or Justin Meldal-Johnsten on bass. Robin Finck and Adrian Belew on guitars. Trent, as usual. On drums, Josh Freese, Ilan Rubin, and Brian Viglione. NIN louder, more abrasive, and more out-there.

bobbie solo
01-05-2017, 10:15 AM
You know what I would like to see. A nine-piece version of NIN. 2 keyboardists, 2 guitarists, one bass player, Trent, and 3 drummers. Kind of like what King Crimson is doing. Atticus and Ally on keys. Danny Lohner or Justin Meldal-Johnsten on bass. Robin Finck and Adrian Belew on guitars. Trent, as usual. On drums, Josh Freese, Ilan Rubin, and Brian Viglione. NIN louder, more abrasive, and more out-there.

No.

ten characters

thevoid99
01-05-2017, 02:42 PM
No.

ten characters

Why not....?

botley
01-05-2017, 03:28 PM
A stripped down Kazoo tour. Five members, Five Kazoo's, One Tour!!!!!

First song: "Pilgrimage". Second song: "Convict Colony"

TheRealNs1
01-05-2017, 03:28 PM
Why not....?

Less is more, but I like that Brian V reference; a deep cut, if you will.

elevenism
01-05-2017, 08:11 PM
i bet there ARE 3d projections in the live future of NIN.

Deepvoid
01-09-2017, 07:42 AM
https://www.instagram.com/p/BPC6rTRAIPz/?taken-by=nineinchnails

I should have posted this here since this sure looks like a tour date to me.

nooneimportant
01-09-2017, 07:46 AM
SUDDENLY

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C1u7WNTUUAEwFk7.jpg

Swykk
01-09-2017, 07:49 AM
Come on Chicago (crosses fingers, sacrifices virgin, etc).

hellospaceboy
01-09-2017, 07:49 AM
^^^
You guys are quick as fuck... I just came here to post this and sure enough, you already know about it.

nooneimportant
01-09-2017, 07:52 AM
^^^
You guys are quick as fuck... I just came here to post this and sure enough, you already know about it.

I actually saw it 20 secs after it was posted according to the timestampl. It was weird because I wasn't expecting NIN when I refreshed my Twitter feed.

Bachy
01-09-2017, 07:53 AM
Just speculation since it is one date listed, since Trent has been in The Fragile headspace lately, perhaps he has planned a special recorded show in which he will play The Fragile in its entirety live like he did with The Downward Spiral at Bowery Ballroom.

cdm
01-09-2017, 08:07 AM
http://www.panorama.nyc/

Bachy
01-09-2017, 08:09 AM
http://www.panorama.nyc/

Oh, fuck. Please make it to Lollapalooza.

Krazy
01-09-2017, 09:28 AM
Oh, fuck. Please make it to Lollapalooza.

No!!!!!

Lets get a proper venue around here for once. Lollapalooza has fucked us since 2008.

kleiner
01-09-2017, 10:04 AM
My body is ready

My bank account is not

Riley
01-09-2017, 10:09 AM
Not gonna happen in '17, itll be 2019 at the earliest before we see NIN tour again.

I'm so glad that you're so wrong!

Haysey
01-09-2017, 10:22 AM
...well this was rather sudden! Trents all like 'BOOM' have an EP 'BOOM' have a remaster 'BOOM' have a score 'BOOOOOM' have a live show!

ryanmcfly
01-09-2017, 10:24 AM
Yep. I'm going.

SchwarzerAbt
01-09-2017, 10:52 AM
...well this was rather sudden! Trents all like 'BOOM' have an EP 'BOOM' have a remaster 'BOOM' have a score 'BOOOOOM' have a live show!

Yeah, but I could live with a few more infos, at least after he finishes stuff.

I mean, he put out a new EP and gave one single interview to promote it. And we don't even know yet it Patriot's Day will see an official release some day...

On Topic: very cool! Of course I am interested in headline shows in Europe, preferrably in the city where I live. But I don't even know yet where that will be this summer, so as long as it will be published on bluray i am fine with it. :X

Deepvoid
01-09-2017, 12:31 PM
I believe that it's unlikely to be a one-off date. I'm sure we'll see other festival dates.
Montreal has Osheaga the next weekend. I'm crossing my fingers.

ManBurning
01-09-2017, 01:39 PM
There is no way Trent and friends would get together for 1 off-show. He usually plans and practices extensively. NIN is not known for just doing 1 show. I bet this will be 2013 all over again. He'll start with a dew summer festivals, release a record in the fall and do a late fall tour.

With that said, normally I'd be all over traveling for NIN... Festival or not, but... I just cannot get behind that shitty lineup. Wow...
Between this and no APC dates in Canada, today's news has been a bust. :(

theimage13
01-09-2017, 02:03 PM
Man every time I see Pino on stage with NIN I just think he looks like the dude from South Park

Watch Jurassic Park or Independence Day. That'll fix it.

ryanmcfly
01-09-2017, 02:41 PM
There is no way Trent and friends would get together for 1 off-show. He usually plans and practices extensively. NIN is not known for just doing 1 show. I bet this will be 2013 all over again. He'll start with a dew summer festivals, release a record in the fall and do a late fall tour.

With that said, normally I'd be all over traveling for NIN... Festival or not, but... I just cannot get behind that shitty lineup. Wow...
Between this and no APC dates in Canada, today's news has been a bust. :(
I think if it were just a one off show, Trent would say that.

sick among the pure
01-09-2017, 02:49 PM
Ok mr "no tour plans in the near future" where are the rest of the tour dates? I'm not paying $300 for a festival show (with acts I've never heard of and would likely be standing around during just waiting for NIN to come on) when I paid like $30 for Made In America to be on the rail all day for NIN and there were actually good bands that day (QOTSA was awesome).
I'm excited that this has been announced, but god, how exactly did NIN get thrown in with these acts, for a festival in NYC?

ryanmcfly
01-09-2017, 03:27 PM
Ok mr "no tour plans in the near future" where are the rest of the tour dates? I'm not paying $300 for a festival show (with acts I've never heard of and would likely be standing around during just waiting for NIN to come on) when I paid like $30 for Made In America to be on the rail all day for NIN and there were actually good bands that day (QOTSA was awesome).
I'm excited that this has been announced, but god, how exactly did NIN get thrown in with these acts, for a festival in NYC?

Made in America was awesome. This lineup, not so awesome. I have only heard of NIN, Tribe Called Quest, and Frank Ocean. The rest I have no idea who they are, and probably aren't really my thing. I'm probably just going to get the ticket for sunday and spend the rest of the weekend exploring NYC since I've never been there.

Haysey
01-09-2017, 04:19 PM
I have to be honest, most festivals now are pretty...meh. There are just SO many and nearly every band has played every festival within the last few years, it's hard to find line up's that are good anymore.

That suits me though, if NIN do another festival in the UK (most likely not Reading and Leeds again lol) i'll get a one day ticket...well try too.

rboggs
01-09-2017, 05:49 PM
some of my fave NIN shows are festivals.

Coachella 05, Sasquatch 06 (the tour where he just shows up unannounced with everyone still stetting up), Lolla 08

I only missed Vodo 05 because of the hurricane! Trent never slacks and I think the added pressure of festival competition makes him and the band play hard.

I saw the Panorama poster and I wanted to throw my money at it.