According to THEPRP, last week on July 30th the beloved rock group Nine Inch Nails took their talents to Island Park in Randalls Island, New York to perform at this year’s Panorama Festival. The metal group that consist of Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, Robin Finck, Ilan Rubin and Alessandro Cortini had New York rocking all night long with their enthusiasm and hard hitting records.
During their performance Nine Inch Nails took the entire crowd back almost twenty five years down memory lane and performed some of their timeless hits such as “March of the Pigs” and “Closer,” filling the city with a ’90s rock era for a couple of minutes. They also took time during their set to do a tribute to the late David Bowie by performing his song “I Can’t Give Everything Away” off his final album Blackstar. Before the performance Reznor spoke on how the group reworked Bowie’s song as a way to cope with and process the loss of their good friend. While making sure to play some the classics hits and put together a beautiful tribute to a well deserved icon, Nine Inch Nails also made sure to have the crowd in tune while playing some of the new tracks from their new EP Add Violence such as “The Lovers” and their lead single “Less Than.” Below you can checkout the entire performance of Nine Inch Nails at Panorama Festival.