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witte
11-10-2018, 06:30 AM
Yes, I know, the fall tour is still going on, but it's november and tour speculations for 2019 maybe could be done here, to keep the discussion transparant.
There are already a few rumours for a tour in 2019.
Personally I cannot imagine it will happen, because:
- T/A have a lot of soundtracks to do that year
- Trent (and Atticus) mentioned in the past that their touring behaviour will be different from the past.
- NIN did already an extensive tour in 2018 (I didn't expect this mentioning the line above)
- I think 2020 will be good year for a new one.

On the other hand, there are rumours. I know a guy in the netherlands who's active close to booking agencies and the rumour is NIN is asking for festival opportunities in the EU for 2019.
And the NIN project has his 30th anniversary in 2019....
Someone also mentioned this below, but this looks like fake.

https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20181106/4f8923b2327a70f9aa19467118ce2757.jpg

So will there be a "NIN 2019 tour"?
Discus...

ninlive
11-10-2018, 08:07 AM
That image has been floating around for quite some time and it is fake.

Trent stated in San Antonio that they are not done touring and pieced from different sources of interviews that many won't have to wait long for another cycle. To me, that means they will likely do some shows in 2019.

WorzelG
11-10-2018, 09:55 AM
I found a rumour on a site called efestivals that they’re working to confirm Ireland dates in late June and were talking about the possibility of them headlining the ‘Other Stage’ at Glastonbury
https://www.efestivals.co.uk/forums/topic/227158-nine-inch-nails/?tab=comments#comment-5517637

no idea if it’s true though, but it would make sense to hit some areas they haven’t played like what about Canada?

ryanmcfly
11-10-2018, 10:08 AM
Festivals seem likely. I expect 2019 to be somewhere in between 2017 and 2018 in terms of amount of shows.

botley
11-10-2018, 10:33 AM
it would make sense to hit some areas they haven’t played like what about Canada?

Yeah guys WHAT ABOUT CANADA

Krazy
11-10-2018, 10:53 AM
^^^lol

Canada = North America. Has any “American” band ever done just a Canada tour? Like say hit the 10-15 largest markets without ever going south of the border?

If NIN tours in 2019 I hope they stay the fuck away from festivals.

halo eighteen
11-10-2018, 11:15 AM
^^^lol

Canada = North America. Has any “American” band ever done just a Canada tour? Like say hit the 10-15 largest markets without ever going south of the border?

If NIN tours in 2019 I hope they stay the fuck away from festivals.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pearl_Jam_2005_North_American_and_Latin_American_T our

Yeah, I mean it's definitely a rare thing but it happens. NIN could probably do something similar and hit up the PNW, Minneapolis, etc along with it.

ManBurning
11-10-2018, 11:43 AM
^^^lol

Canada = North America. Has any “American” band ever done just a Canada tour? Like say hit the 10-15 largest markets without ever going south of the border?



10-15 is being generous. We have maybe 6 at most, lol. Hence why artists rarely come here for a full blown tour. It's usually Just a Toronto show, with the odd Montreal or Vancouver show sprinkled in there sometimes. We always get the shaft.

I'd like to see a 2nd leg of the Cold and Black... tour to hit up the secondary markets in 2019. I hope next year has NIN in it some capacity. We've been so spoiled these last few years with NIN material and live shows that I can't fathom going a whole year without something NIN releated now (and to think we used to go 5 years between releases like it was normal lol).

botley
11-10-2018, 11:56 AM
Has any “American” band ever done just a Canada tour? Like say hit the 10-15 largest markets without ever going south of the border?

The White Stripes did, about ten years ago. So did QotSA, I think...

Winter Is Coming
11-10-2018, 12:10 PM
For LITS NIN played the major centres, Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto etc. But also did a 2nd leg with rarely played cities like Victoria and Kelowna.

Whether we get no dates, they’re limited to just Toronto/Vancouver or we get a full Canadian leg remains to be seen but I’d be most interested to see the venues. It’s be amazing to see a show at the Jubilee Auditorium here in Calgary. It would be weird seeing NIN at a fully seated venue with no pit tho.

Winter Is Coming
11-10-2018, 12:12 PM
The White Stripes did, about ten years ago. So did QotSA, I think...
The White Stripes went so far as to play all 10 provinces and 3 territories. How often do bands play Whitehorse or Iqaluit? Never. The answer is never.

botley
11-10-2018, 07:12 PM
The White Stripes went so far as to play all 10 provinces and 3 territories. How often do bands play Whitehorse or Iqaluit? Never. The answer is never.
This is true, but Queens of the Stone Age did alright also, they played 12 Canadian cities in a row, spring 2008... coast-to-coast from Newfoundland to Saskatchewan to British Columbia...

sonic_discord
11-10-2018, 11:14 PM
It's been 5 long years since NIN have been to MN, so it would be nice if they came here next year so I don't have to keep driving to Chicago! (not saying it wasn't worth it, though!)

kleiner
11-10-2018, 11:53 PM
I could really use some Florida dates. It’s been 5 since Orlando and 4 since Tampa. At this point I’ve seen them more in Chicago than in my entire state (and Vegas is about to surpass both).

zaps30
11-11-2018, 05:09 AM
It's been over 18 years for RI lol! No one comes to RI anymore. Thankfully, they usually come to Boston or one of the casinos in CT.

fishtifer
11-11-2018, 03:33 PM
For LITS NIN played the major centres, Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto etc. But also did a 2nd leg with rarely played cities like Victoria and Kelowna.

Whether we get no dates, they’re limited to just Toronto/Vancouver or we get a full Canadian leg remains to be seen but I’d be most interested to see the venues. It’s be amazing to see a show at the Jubilee Auditorium here in Calgary. It would be weird seeing NIN at a fully seated venue with no pit tho.

Hello fellow Calgarian! I'm going to both shows in Vegas, just in case. I would hope this tour continues in 2019 and they add at least one Canadian date, but at the moment NIN seem to be in a "come down here to see us" kind of a mood.

sick among the pure
11-11-2018, 07:34 PM
It's been over 18 years for RI lol! No one comes to RI anymore. Thankfully, they usually come to Boston or one of the casinos in CT.

They haven't been to Buffalo since Fragility, that's why I usually rely on the Toronto and OH/PA shows.
This year was the year of "fuck it I'm going to travel long distances because he isn't coming nearby". I'm hoping in the next 2-3 years we get a Toronto and "hometown" OH/PA show, but honestly, this tour was WORTH traveling for, so if that's what it takes, I can just do more road trips?

ryanmcfly
11-12-2018, 08:18 AM
At this point I’ve seen them more in Chicago than in my entire state (and Vegas is about to surpass both).

Same. I've seen them in Philly, Boston, twice in NYC, and twice at Red Rocks. only four times in Texas, but that's going to change in a couple weeks.

Haysey
11-12-2018, 08:33 AM
I found a rumour on a site called efestivals that they’re working to confirm Ireland dates in late June and were talking about the possibility of them headlining the ‘Other Stage’ at Glastonbury
https://www.efestivals.co.uk/forums/topic/227158-nine-inch-nails/?tab=comments#comment-5517637

no idea if it’s true though, but it would make sense to hit some areas they haven’t played like what about Canada?

I hope they aren't doing Glasto! It sells out LOOOOOONG before anyone even know what bands are playing and don't do single day tickets, so chances of most of us NIN UK fans actually seeing them would be slim!

But i do think they'll do this smaller tour cycle. Festivals can pay for tours so make sense to do them around Europe with the odd smaller show here and there and then a small club tour of sorts back in the US so they don't burn out.

icklekitty
11-12-2018, 08:54 AM
I found a rumour on a site called efestivals that they’re working to confirm Ireland dates in late June and were talking about the possibility of them headlining the ‘Other Stage’ at Glastonbury
https://www.efestivals.co.uk/forums/topic/227158-nine-inch-nails/?tab=comments#comment-5517637


Kylie is slated to headline the Legends stage. I would literally shit myself.

theimage13
11-12-2018, 09:08 AM
https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-46162996

Glastonbury's organizer has said that the 2019 headliner is a "great British artist" who "hasn't had a stage like this before".

Well Atticus is a fucking great British artist if you ask me, sooooooooooooo..............

(let's be real though, I'm sure she's talking about a full on British band or British singer.)

spahn
11-12-2018, 10:43 AM
I could really use some Florida dates. It’s been 5 since Orlando and 4 since Tampa. At this point I’ve seen them more in Chicago than in my entire state (and Vegas is about to surpass both).

it's the reason I am making a trek to NOLA. Although Florida usually gets dates surrounding a large, all-out tour, when it comes to smaller venues, it's been ignored since the 90s.

WorzelG
11-12-2018, 11:17 AM
Kylie is slated to headline the Legends stage. I would literally shit myself.
i saw Kylie in Cardiff, it was great actually and she played The First Time and Cant Get You Out of my Head which are my favourites

I would totally go to Dublin to see NIN though if it turned out they were playing there since Glastonbury is probably not an option unless you already have tickets

icklekitty
11-12-2018, 11:53 AM
https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-46162996

Glastonbury's organizer has said that the 2019 headliner is a "great British artist" who "hasn't had a stage like this before".

Well Atticus is a fucking great British artist if you ask me, sooooooooooooo..............

(let's be real though, I'm sure she's talking about a full on British band or British singer.)

That will be the main stage headliner... I wonder if it's The Cure actually.

halo eighteen
11-12-2018, 12:26 PM
That will be the main stage headliner... I wonder if it's The Cure actually.

They've actually headlined Glasto 3 times before though, but it's been quite a while. I have to wonder if it's Kate Bush even, but that's probably not in the realm of possibility.

m0reta
11-12-2018, 10:28 PM
So Weird Al just dropped his new tour dates (http://www.weirdal.com/tour) and look at all the Florida and Canada love..5 shows for each!

But this is three months of pretty hard touring so while I don't see NIN doing similar, it's doesn't hurt to dream At least 3 for each..okay 2? 2 maybe?!!

Cecil
11-12-2018, 10:40 PM
They've actually headlined Glasto 3 times before though, but it's been quite a while. I have to wonder if it's Kate Bush even, but that's probably not in the realm of possibility.

It's referring to Stormzy. Apparently it's Stormzy, The Cure and Paul Macartney. Kylie in the legends slot, and both Gallagher brothers playing (so possibly subbing, or headlining the other stage).

NIN would headline other, definitely nowhere near headlining the main stage. They'd so at least a London show too though you'd think, if they played.

idioteque...
11-13-2018, 12:18 AM
We’ll probably get a leg 2 announcement around Christmas or Jan if anything. Personally i want 2 hour sets back.

WorzelG
11-13-2018, 12:22 AM
It's referring to Stormzy. Apparently it's Stormzy, The Cure and Paul Macartney. Kylie in the legends slot, and both Gallagher brothers playing (so possibly subbing, or headlining the other stage).

NIN would headline other, definitely nowhere near headlining the main stage. They'd so at least a London show too though you'd think, if they played.
NIN subbing The Cure would be legendary. Even though I couldn’t go to Glastonbury I would love this because so much of Glastonbury is televised so I’d get to watch it on TV

bobbie solo
11-13-2018, 12:32 AM
https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-46162996

Glastonbury's organizer has said that the 2019 headliner is a "great British artist" who "hasn't had a stage like this before".

https://brightcove04pmdo-a.akamaihd.net/4221396001/4221396001_5827724241001_5827718674001-vs.jpg

WorzelG
11-13-2018, 02:03 AM
^^^^that meme is misselling, Posh isn’t in the come back line up. Wonder if that’s a dealbreaker for anyone

Haysey
11-13-2018, 04:34 AM
I'm surprised NIN hasn't done Download in the UK yet. And given that Tool are headlining one of the days getting NIN to appear before would be AMAZING!

gone
11-13-2018, 06:15 AM
NIN subbing The Cure would be legendary

Good shout I hadn't thought of that,
I was waiting to see how this efestivals rumour would pan out

Glad I have a ticket ;)

icklekitty
11-13-2018, 07:28 AM
So Weird Al just dropped his new tour dates (http://www.weirdal.com/tour) and look at all the Florida and Canada love..5 shows for each!

But this is three months of pretty hard touring so while I don't see NIN doing similar, it's doesn't hurt to dream At least 3 for each..okay 2? 2 maybe?!!


It is really baffling there hasn't been a Canadian date especially when Toronto made the "last ever shows".

totom
11-14-2018, 01:03 PM
I've got a well informed friend of mine who told me NIN will almost certainly play at the Hellfest Festival 2019 in France (happens generally the last weekend of June).

ryanmcfly
11-14-2018, 01:51 PM
I've got a well informed friend of mine who told me NIN will almost certainly play at the Hellfest Festival 2019 in France (happens generally the last weekend of June).

Hellfest was streamed this year. If they do a summer festival run, I really hope there are more streams.

witte
11-14-2018, 02:24 PM
I've got a well informed friend of mine who told me NIN will almost certainly play at the Hellfest Festival 2019 in France (happens generally the last weekend of June).

The same certainty as this year? ;)



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ManBurning
11-16-2018, 02:07 AM
I was talking to a friend about certain albums turning 25 next year, earlier today (unrelated to NIN) and then I thought about NINs records... PHM is turning 30 next year, TDS is 25 and The Fragile is going to be 20, all in the same year.

That's a huge missed opportunity from Trent if he doesn't have something planned for at least one of these records. All 3 of these are hitting huge milestones next year, damn!

nmitchell86
11-16-2018, 02:16 AM
I was talking to a friend about certain albums turning 25 next year, earlier today (unrelated to NIN) and then I thought about NINs records... PHM is turning 30 next year, TDS is 25 and The Fragile is going to be 20, all in the same year.

That's a huge missed opportunity from Trent if he doesn't have something planned for at least one of these records. All 3 of these are hitting huge milestones next year, damn!

Maybe in celebration, they release the Def version of WT,YZ and TS. Fingers crossed!

Deepvoid
11-16-2018, 07:19 AM
10-15 is being generous. We have maybe 6 at most, lol. Hence why artists rarely come here for a full blown tour. It's usually Just a Toronto show, with the odd Montreal or Vancouver show sprinkled in there sometimes. We always get the shaft.

I'd like to see a 2nd leg of the Cold and Black... tour to hit up the secondary markets in 2019. I hope next year has NIN in it some capacity. We've been so spoiled these last few years with NIN material and live shows that I can't fathom going a whole year without something NIN releated now (and to think we used to go 5 years between releases like it was normal lol).

The thing with Canada we don't necessarily have these 5000 seaters theater. I know there are none in Montreal. It's either full blown arena or you play a smaller venue like the MTelus which is about 2300. There is nothing in between.

klyrish
11-16-2018, 08:24 AM
I was talking to a friend about certain albums turning 25 next year, earlier today (unrelated to NIN) and then I thought about NINs records... PHM is turning 30 next year, TDS is 25 and The Fragile is going to be 20, all in the same year.

That's a huge missed opportunity from Trent if he doesn't have something planned for at least one of these records. All 3 of these are hitting huge milestones next year, damn!
I'm super excited to still not get the 5.1 mix of The Fragile that's been ready to go since 2009. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!

FernandoDante
11-16-2018, 09:44 AM
I've seen NIN mentioned as a possibility for the South Americans Lollapalooza festivals next year. Official lineup's out on Wednesday.

ManBurning
11-16-2018, 02:00 PM
The thing with Canada we don't necessarily have these 5000 seaters theater. I know there are none in Montreal. It's either full blown arena or you play a smaller venue like the MTelus which is about 2300. There is nothing in between.

It's like that here as well. A lot of "mid sized" bands will play the Commodore Ballroom, but that only has a capacity of 995. There is also the PNE forum, but only hosts 1800.
Those are for open floor venues anyway. There is the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, which is a little over 2900 seating, but that's a seated venue. That's garbage. Sometimes metal bands will play there, and it's the most awkward thing in the world. I think they can take out the first 6 rows of seats for a small pit though.

So, Vancouver doesn't have any mid sized 4000-5000 capacity venues either. Could be the reason. But still, book 2-3 back to back nights at one of these 1800-2900 seated venues and he'll sell out the show easily. In 2005 he did 2 nights at the kool haus in Toronto and that only had a capacity of 2500. So he's no stranger to smaller venues.

With all these rumors of festival slots popping up, maybe Montebello rockfest finally got them this year and that's when they're going to play some Canadian dates around that. If rockfest is still a thing, last I heard is they were going bankrupt. Read an interview after the 2018 edition where Alex Martell said things weren't looking good financially for Rockfest and he's not sure if it'll return next year, or at all. That's not good. That's the last thing Canada needs, is another big music festival like that to bite the dust.


I'm super excited to still not get the 5.1 mix of The Fragile that's been ready to go since 2009. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!

Funny you mention that, I put on the 5.1 mix of With Teeth a couple weeks ago while doing something around the house and forgot how bad-ass it was. Then I started to question if 5.1 mixes were still a thing. Seemed to be pretty short lived. I an't help but get the feeling that the "special" Fragile thing we got was deviations, and that's all we're going to get regarding the Fragile ever. We salivated for 10 years over some "mystery deluxe super fragile special edition" and all it was was deviations. Yes, I'm disappointed. It's not what I was expecting. Deviations is neat and all, but not what I was expecting. Hope there is something else, but I fear that's it regarding re-releases for The Fragile.

Time to move onto With Teeth now I guess. Give me those missing bonus tracks from the With_Teeth lyrics poster! lol

Deepvoid
11-17-2018, 06:35 AM
ManBurning Either Rockfest or Osheaga I don't care. Just give us NIN in Canada.

piggy
11-18-2018, 11:08 PM
I'd like to see a 2nd leg of the Cold and Black... tour to hit up the secondary markets in 2019.
For realsies. NIN haven't been to Idaho or Utah in 10 years and if there was a show around here, I would be there in a heartbeat.

ninjaw
11-19-2018, 02:36 AM
Hellfest was streamed this year. If they do a summer festival run, I really hope there are more streams.

What ? Hellfest is streamed every time, and eurockeenes used the exact same streaming website...... Nin just refused.


The same certainty as this year? ;)

Again, the rumor was from Zegut, so it reached the super serious rumor level this year. Actually as everytime, zegut was right for all rumors, and nin was mentionned several times for press conference by the hellfest guy, as a failure, he even talked about theme not fitting with nin. Nin was looking for a festival and they picked Eurockeenes.

Totom does not know Zegut, anyway Zegut blog is public.

Esperanzan
11-22-2018, 06:50 PM
Forget about all this NA talk. You guys have had plenty of love.

They need to come to Australia! Us and SA are pretty much the only neck of the touring circuit they haven't touched on in the last 2 years.

ninjaw
11-23-2018, 06:52 AM
Hellfest official line up annouce on monday.
Zegut is pointing out the fact that Rob Zombie is playing in France during Hellfest

WorzelG
11-24-2018, 03:49 AM
Just got round to watching that Q&A in Mexico and really excited to hear they are discussing dates next year from the horses mouth! Please just don’t burn yourselves out and end NIN ‘forever’ again, not that I’ll believe it but it’s just a downer.

although if we’re putting in requests, 3 or 4 nights at Brixton Academy in London would be appreciated

tremolo
11-26-2018, 06:38 AM
Forget about all this NA talk. You guys have had plenty of love.

They need to come to Australia! Us and SA are pretty much the only neck of the touring circuit they haven't touched on in the last 2 years.

They haven’t been in Canada at all. Just 3 shows, one in each market (Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver) would leave us happy.

Once they’ve done that I’m giving them permission to go wherever they want.

ninjaw
11-26-2018, 11:04 AM
So Hellfest is up, nin isn't

gorny540
11-29-2018, 09:58 AM
Give me a summer amphitheater tour with a band of similar popularity co-headlining (but playing first like Soundgarden did). NIN/A Perfect Circle could definitely work at this point in time.

Hyperpower
11-29-2018, 03:07 PM
Give me a summer amphitheater tour with a band of similar popularity co-headlining (but playing first like Soundgarden did). NIN/A Perfect Circle could definitely work at this point in time.

no thanks to amphitheater tour.
i don't know enough about other Canadian cities but in Toronto theres lots of options!

if NIN can play at the Fox Theatre in Detroit, then why not Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto? Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Danforth Music Hall, Massey Hall, Sony Theatre...i could point out a few more places but you get the point.. i think..
anyway, much much better places to play than that damn amphitheater.
i am really hoping for a few Canadian dates in 2019, fingers crossed.

sonic_discord
11-30-2018, 05:20 PM
With A Perfect Circle, Alice in Chains, Ghost, Foo Fighters, System of a Down, Rammstein, and Smashing Pumpkins on tour right now, plus Tool likely kicking off a touring cycle in 2019 to promote their highly anticipated and extremely delayed new album, there is ample opportunity for some amazing festival lineups in 2019! Too bad they'll probably all be overseas.

fillow
11-30-2018, 05:47 PM
I don't think APC will be touring much (if at all) in 2019. Unless they already hinted at that?

piggy
11-30-2018, 11:28 PM
I think a NIN + Failure tour would hit the spot nicely.

streetman
12-04-2018, 12:21 AM
Just got round to watching that Q&A in Mexico and really excited to hear they are discussing dates next year from the horses mouth! Please just don’t burn yourselves out and end NIN ‘forever’ again, not that I’ll believe it but it’s just a downer.

although if we’re putting in requests, 3 or 4 nights at Brixton Academy in London would be appreciated

Is there a link for that? Had no idea he mentions dates for next year on video.

ManBurning
12-04-2018, 12:26 AM
Is there a link for that? Had no idea he mentions dates for next year on video.

I think people are taking the "talking about dates" quote in the wrong perspective. The question was related to whether there will be new HTDA or NIN music next year, and they go off on a tangent answering the question a bit and then go back to it and say "We are currently discussing dates" and I think the word "dates" was misinterpreted by some as dates for live shows, I think what they really mean are dates for when to start recording and/or when new music could/should be released etc.

streetman
12-04-2018, 12:28 AM
I think people are taking the "talking about dates" quote in the wrong perspective. The question was related to whether there will be new HTDA or NIN music next year, and they go off on a tangent answering the question a bit and then go back to it and say "We are currently discussing dates" and I think the word "dates" was misinterpreted by some as dates for live shows, I think what they really mean are dates for when to start recording and/or when new music could/should be released etc.

No but Trent clearly stated there was more touring for NIN and they weren't done when in San Antonio. So it has to be NIN related.

ManBurning
12-04-2018, 12:43 AM
No but Trent clearly stated there was more touring for NIN and they weren't done when in San Antonio. So it has to be NIN related.

Not saying there won't be any more live shows again, I just don't see any in 2019. I'd love to be proven wrong, but at Las Vegas 2 nights ago he said "These are the last shows for a while"

So, he didn't say "last shows ever", but he knows he won't be playing anytime soon. Obviously, plans can change all the time, but I don't see shows in 2019 after that statement. Unfortunate too, because 2019 is a huge milestone year for most of NIN's big records. 30 years for PHM, 25 for TDS and 20 years for The Fragile. Huge missed opportunity if at least 1 of those records doesn't get some sort of a celebration.

streetman
12-04-2018, 01:10 AM
Not saying there won't be any more live shows again, I just don't see any in 2019. I'd love to be proven wrong, but at Las Vegas 2 nights ago he said "These are the last shows for a while"

So, he didn't say "last shows ever", but he knows he won't be playing anytime soon. Obviously, plans can change all the time, but I don't see shows in 2019 after that statement. Unfortunate too, because 2019 is a huge milestone year for most of NIN's big records. 30 years for PHM, 25 for TDS and 20 years for The Fragile. Huge missed opportunity if at least 1 of those records doesn't get some sort of a celebration.

Trent in 2017 said his goal was to do a modest amount of shows a year. So if that's the case there would definitely be shows in 2019. And considering the fact that they have a mobile studio on the road and they are already scoring Watchmen and their other projects as we speak, I think they can make it work. From what I've read, Trent sees touring as a sort of catharsis now; so it's no surprise he's finding a way to do both touring and scoring.

sinspots
12-04-2018, 01:18 AM
It's been 5 long years since NIN have been to MN, so it would be nice if they came here next year so I don't have to keep driving to Chicago! (not saying it wasn't worth it, though!)

The Armory in Minneapolis would be such a great venue to see NIN (during WARM months--please don't make me sit outside in below zero weather...).

streetman
12-04-2018, 01:28 AM
"We're talking about what next year looks like in terms of dates and future stuff. The plan is to keep expanding in repertoire..."
(per the Mexico interview)

It definitely sounds like Trent has no plans of stopping touring indefinitely like he has done in the past. I'm sure we'll hear something concrete end of this month/January.

bobbie solo
12-04-2018, 01:35 AM
I think people are taking the "talking about dates" quote in the wrong perspective. The question was related to whether there will be new HTDA or NIN music next year, and they go off on a tangent answering the question a bit and then go back to it and say "We are currently discussing dates" and I think the word "dates" was misinterpreted by some as dates for live shows, I think what they really mean are dates for when to start recording and/or when new music could/should be released etc.

As streetman just said, the term "dates" 100% is in reference to "tour dates" imo. The term "dates" as he said it is almost always used in music for touring. It also makes no sense to me that they would be "discussing dates" at this early juncture between themselves for releases. The way he said "discussing dates" was in terms of the back & forth between him, mgmt & promoters for shows.

streetman
12-04-2018, 01:40 AM
As streetman just said, the term "dates" 100% is in reference to "tour dates" imo. The term "dates" as he said it is almost always used in music for touring. It also makes no sense to me that they would be "discussing dates" at this early juncture between themselves for releases. The way he said "discussing dates" was in terms of the back & forth between him, mgmt & promoters for shows.

To clarify: It was also in direct response to a fan's inquiry about NIN. NIN. Nothing else. The discussion/question was specifically about "NIN's evolution".

ManBurning
12-04-2018, 01:42 AM
Ok. Fine, you guys win. There are dates. I'll see ya all in 2019.
But if there aren't any dates, do I win something?

ninjaw
12-04-2018, 01:42 AM
Also we're already heard rumors on two european countries, I mean rumors out of the blue about new european dates are definitively strange !

bobbie solo
12-04-2018, 01:51 AM
And that very specific convo a poster had at Radio City or Kings Theatre re: security about Bowery Presents/T5 people coming backstage to check out NIN's setup.

icklekitty
12-04-2018, 07:34 AM
at Las Vegas 2 nights ago he said "These are the last shows for a while"

The next time he says this the entire audience should shout WOLF back at him.

ryanmcfly
12-04-2018, 08:11 AM
I forsee 2019 to look like 2017 in terms of dates. A few festivals and a few one-offs. Nothing too crazy.

ManBurning
12-04-2018, 01:31 PM
The next time he says this the entire audience should shout WOLF back at him.

Yeah, kind of like when he said in London he was retiring Bowie's "I can't give everything away" that night and he brought it back again recently. As soon as I heard it come on I just turned to my girlfriend and said "he lied" lol.

bandmemberblack
12-11-2018, 11:55 PM
I wonder if Trent and co. realize what a work of art his live show is. I really hope he figures out a way to tour every year, even if it's just a handful of shows like 2017. Give everyone a chance to catch it.

bandmemberblack
12-11-2018, 11:57 PM
"We're talking about what next year looks like in terms of dates and future stuff. The plan is to keep expanding in repertoire..."
(per the Mexico interview)

It definitely sounds like Trent has no plans of stopping touring indefinitely like he has done in the past. I'm sure we'll hear something concrete end of this month/January.

Hope you're right.

Toadflax
12-13-2018, 12:39 PM
Trent last night in LA (I'm paraphrasing): "These are the last shows for the foreseeable future." *audience reacts* "I didn't say the last shows ever!"

JessicaSarahS
12-13-2018, 12:52 PM
I wonder if Trent and co. realize what a work of art his live show is. I really hope he figures out a way to tour every year, even if it's just a handful of shows like 2017. Give everyone a chance to catch it.

One month Vegas residency? ;)

ryanmcfly
12-13-2018, 01:33 PM
One month Vegas residency? ;)

Honestly, a Vegas residency is what I'm hoping for in terms of next years shows. Could do a week one month, a week another month, etc.

ninjaw
12-14-2018, 04:13 AM
It was false : HOLY CRAP NIN FRANCE 7jul19 !!!!!!

WorzelG
12-14-2018, 05:01 AM
HOLY CRAP NIN FRANCE 7jul19 !!!!!!

Well... nothing official yet, but Eurockeenes will give names in 1 hour, and all french ppl that added "NIN" in our french major billet system (fnac) just received an alert.
=> biggest major billet store here => very serious mail => one hour only before official announcement.
Didn’t they do that this year? If so, talk about Trent talking bollocks about not touring at shows - I think he’s just saying stuff to get a reaction now! (Not that I’m not excited by more European shows next year)

ninjaw
12-14-2018, 05:10 AM
Didn’t they do that this year? If so, talk about Trent talking bollocks about not touring at shows - I think he’s just saying stuff to get a reaction now! (Not that I’m not excited by more European shows next year)

It was crap names are here : https://twitter.com/eurockeennes/status/1073534290590425088

I guess robot mixed up with last year database

WorzelG
12-14-2018, 05:15 AM
It was crap names are here : https://twitter.com/eurockeennes/status/1073534290590425088

I guess robot mixed up with last year database
ugh Chainsmokers? What a disappointment

elevenism
12-16-2018, 04:59 AM
As streetman just said, the term "dates" 100% is in reference to "tour dates" imo. The term "dates" as he said it is almost always used in music for touring. It also makes no sense to me that they would be "discussing dates" at this early juncture between themselves for releases. The way he said "discussing dates" was in terms of the back & forth between him, mgmt & promoters for shows.dude he's OBVIOUSLY talking about dates as in like "date night" for him and the mrs.

klyrish
12-19-2018, 10:58 AM
I think on September 21, 2019, there should be a one-off "celebration of The Fragile" show where the entire album is played in order since it's highly unlikely a Fragility 3.0 tour would occur next year with the entirety of The Fragile being played each night. I'd absolutely buy tickets and travel for that show.

piggy
12-19-2018, 11:43 PM
There should be a tour that celebrates the 30th anniversary of PHM, the 20th anniversary of TF, and the 25th anniversary of TDS. Call it the Pretty Fragile Spiral tour or something, LOL. Do about a 2 hour set with only songs from those albums, but random assortments of tracks through the tour. Bring out deep cuts from all three albums and unplayed songs from The Fragile.

icklekitty
12-20-2018, 03:49 AM
And announce it as such. The same amount of tickets would be sold except it would happen at onsale instead of a scramble for tickets just in case it happens again like after Phoenix.

WorzelG
12-20-2018, 11:31 PM
Just saw that David Fincher is now confirmed to be starting filming World War Z in June.
https://www.indiewire.com/2018/10/world-war-z-2-sequel-filming-summer-2019-david-fincher-1202010660/
i wonder if this is the reason plans for touring in 2019 have stalled?

skip niklas
12-21-2018, 01:57 AM
FWIW, I was speaking with one of the poster artists from this tour a month or so ago and he mentioned he'd already been hired to do some work for their "next tour".

sonic_discord
12-21-2018, 02:11 AM
FWIW, I was speaking with one of the poster artists from this tour a month or so ago and he mentioned he'd already been hired to do some work for their "next tour".

Was it Bottom of the Pyram1d or NC Winters? Or Tsang or Dan Mumford? Hopefully not Jermaine Rogers.

klyrish
12-21-2018, 06:49 AM
Hopefully not Jermaine Rogers.
I really want to like him and I appreciate the 9/18 Red Rocks poster but the other posters he did look pretty much just like that one. Kind of a one-trick pony :-/

umby1979
12-21-2018, 07:30 AM
I'm hoping, and wondering if anyone's heard, if there is an Aus/NZ tour? NA have just had a another tour that just looked freakin ridiculous and depending on how you looked at it, probably had LITS and Tension covered. What the cats outside of NA would kill to travel an hour 2 on plane to see a gig like those from recent, 2014 and 2009.
On top of that, the last couple of times in Australia we've just had them as a 4 piece. The shows were good, just not great (the double tour with QOTSA was a weird). Guess what I'm saying is, we need a NIN tour down under with no compromises! Not too much to ask.

ryanmcfly
12-21-2018, 08:13 AM
I'm hoping, and wondering if anyone's heard, if there is an Aus/NZ tour? NA have just had a another tour that just looked freakin ridiculous and depending on how you looked at it, probably had LITS and Tension covered. What the cats outside of NA would kill to travel an hour 2 on plane to see a gig like those from recent, 2014 and 2009.
On top of that, the last couple of times in Australia we've just had them as a 4 piece. The shows were good, just not great (the double tour with QOTSA was a weird). Guess what I'm saying is, we need a NIN tour down under with no compromises! Not too much to ask.

CBI was the last tour for the foreseeable future is what Trent said, so it seems unlikely it will happen in 2019

skip niklas
12-21-2018, 12:16 PM
Was it Bottom of the Pyram1d or NC Winters? Or Tsang or Dan Mumford? Hopefully not Jermaine Rogers.

None of the above.

bobbie solo
12-21-2018, 02:40 PM
I'm hoping, and wondering if anyone's heard, if there is an Aus/NZ tour? NA have just had a another tour that just looked freakin ridiculous and depending on how you looked at it, probably had LITS and Tension covered.

If NIN does shows next year, I'd imagine there will be some North American ones (with Canada getting several including a festival or two up there). If they tour outside the U.S., I'd imagine Australia and/or South & Central America would be the focus, as they just did Asian & European shows this summer. Sadly alot of it really comes down to which festivals offer the most $/make the most sense.

DRanged691
12-21-2018, 04:22 PM
I'm hoping, and wondering if anyone's heard, if there is an Aus/NZ tour? NA have just had a another tour that just looked freakin ridiculous and depending on how you looked at it, probably had LITS and Tension covered. What the cats outside of NA would kill to travel an hour 2 on plane to see a gig like those from recent, 2014 and 2009.
On top of that, the last couple of times in Australia we've just had them as a 4 piece. The shows were good, just not great (the double tour with QOTSA was a weird). Guess what I'm saying is, we need a NIN tour down under with no compromises! Not too much to ask.

Touring Aus/NZ has gotten ridiculously expensive, so if/when the next one happens you should probably expect some compromises like a festival show, a small number of dates, and/or a co-headliner with similar but different drawing power.

somewhat_
12-28-2018, 09:58 AM
Possibly something to keep an eye on would be the 50th anniversary of Woodstock in August?

bryan_NIN65
12-28-2018, 10:38 AM
Possibly something to keep an eye on would be the 50th anniversary of Woodstock in August?

I can't belive all the non rock bands in the rumor mill, it's gonna blow if those come true.