Industrial rock, once a low-flying genre on pop culture’s radar, catapulted to mainstream popularity with the early ‘90s rise of Nine Inch Nails. Although Trent Reznor is the only official member of the group, the band’s rotating lineup doesn't disappoint, bringing a fresh perspective to NIN’s heralded catalog with every performance. Reznor’s live shows are just as fully realized as his studio recordings, with intense lighting effects, mesmerizing video displays, and a big dose of raw energy. Back on the road for a highly anticipated tour in 2014, fans can expect plenty of experimental synths and heavy instrumentation as the band work their way through classics like “Closer” and newer material from their 2013 album Hesitation Marks.
Nine Inch Nails is the brainchild of frontman and producer Trent Reznor, who started the project in 1988 as the sole instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter for the band. Described by Spin Magazine as "the most vital artist in music," Nine Inch Nails have lived up to this standard, selling over 20 million albums worldwide over the course of their decade-spanning career. With eight studio albums, 13 Grammy nominations, and two Grammy wins under their belt, Nine Inch Nails are widely credited for bringing industrial rock into the mainstream. After releasing their eighth studio album Hesitation Marks in 2013 – an exciting new minimalist direction for the band — Nine Inch Nails hit the road once again to deliver hard-hitting performances on their 2014 tour.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"It was AMAZING. Nine Inch Nails were literally unforgettable. The light shows were awe-inspiring. Trent Reznor sounded amazing, and the set list was pretty much perfect. If NIN ever comes back into town, I'll be buying another ticket. Going to his concert was hands-down, one of the best nights of my life!"
"First time NIN concert and I was very impressed. Excellent music and very entertaining."
"I've been a long-time Nine Inch Nails fan and Trent Reznor and his bandmates did an amazing job. I would watch them over and over if I could. They sound exactly like the music they make in the studio."