NIN has Godspeed You! Black Emperor opening up for them. Prepare for amazing.
Did you really think that Trent Reznor could retire his famous moniker forever? After spending all of 2012 working with Nine Inch Nails "in mind," the guy who brought industrial music to the mainstream and then went on to become a successful film score composer, is releasing the latest NIN album, "Hesitation Marks." And while a Nine Inch Nails concert is always a heavy and fierce affair, this show will be a tad more intense than others you may have seen since Godspeed You! Black Emperor will be opening things up.