TRENT REZNOR Discusses End Of NINE INCH NAILS As A Touring Act

September 13, 2009

NINE INCH NAILS mainman Trent Reznor spoke to Pink Is The New Blog on September 10, 2009 right before the final show of the NIN "Wave Goodbye Tour" at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles, California. Watch the 20-minute chat below.

The Wiltern concert came at the end of "Wave Goodbye"'s concluding series of farewell gigs in Los Angeles, where Reznor now lives after a dozen years in New Orleans.

Quality video footage of the three-hour Wiltern show — which was witnessed by full house of more than 2,200 fans — can be viewed at this location. A couple of the clips — featuring guest appearances by members of THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN and Gary Numan, whose music served as a major inspiration for Reznor — are available below.

NINE INCH NAILS' setlist for the September 10 concert was as follows:

01. Home
02. Somewhat Damaged
03. The Collector
04. Discipline
05. March of the Pigs
06. Something I Can Never Have
07. The Frail
08. The Wretched
09. Ruiner
10. Head Down
11. Burn
12. Just Like You Imagined (with Mike Garson)
13. La Mer (with Mike Garson)
14. Eraser (with Mike Garson)
15. The Becoming (with Mike Garson)
16. Down in the Park (instrumental piano by Mike Garson)
17. Down in the Park (with Gary Numan)
18. Metal (with Gary Numan)
19. I Die: You Die (with Gary Numan)
20. 1,000,000
21. Letting You
22. Survivalism
23. Suck
24. Down In It
25. The Hand That Feeds
26. Head Like a Hole

First encore:

27. Me, I'm Not (with Atticus Ross)
28. The Warning/Sign (with Dave Navarro)
29. Piggy (remix)
30. Gave Up

Second encore (with THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN):

31. Mr. Self Destruct
32. Wish

Third encore:

33. Atmosphere
34. Dead Souls
35. The Good Soldier
36. The Day the World Went Away
37. Hurt
38. In This Twilight

Read a full review of the concert at

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