For a great artist, one of the fun things to do is look back at some of their best moments in their career. In this generation, it is so easy to do something like this because of all the access that people have to technology. The use of cell phones and digital cameras can be frustrating for those who are serious about not having their viewing experience disturbed by others. But, for a beloved group like Nine Inch Nails, it is a great thing that fans are able to see them on stage any time that they want.
The footage shown here is an up close view of the band in their natural element, on stage. A combination of stage lights and a roaring guitar keeps the stage presence alive and the crowd screaming with excitement. The crowd in attendance was massive, it makes you wonder if they incorporated some of this new 360 VR technology.
This year has been an up and down year for the beloved group as the keyboardist for the group, James Woodley, passed away in August. They announced that they would be adding a new member to the group, Atticus Ross, earlier this month.
Thanks to the Nine Inch Nails fan base here are time stamps for what songs are performed:
0:00 Somewhat Damaged
4:00 The Way Out Is Through
12:40 I’m Afraid Of Americans
28:34 The Becoming
34:04 Kick Out The Jams (Street Sweeper Social Club)
37:39 Lights In The Sky
46:35 Banged and Blown Through
56:25 The Fragile
1:06:13 Letting You
Photo credit: Raymond Flotat