Nine Inch Nails Live: Tension 2013 (by Nine Inch Nails Official)

Pino.

Nine Inch Nails Live: Tension 2013 (by Nine Inch Nails Official)

Pino.

robsheridan:

I got back on stage with Nine Inch Nails in Melbourne last month armed with a Blackmagic 4K camera, and here are the insane results, in full 4k resolution.

@trent_reznor
So that happened.

@trent_reznor

So that happened.

robsheridan:

Just a small taste of the Nine Inch Nails: Tension 2013 tour production I’ve been heavily involved with for the past few months. Creative credit for this production is shared with Trent Reznor, Roy Bennett, Paul Guthrie, Moment Factory, Brian Jenkins, Jason Baeri, Andrew Jerez, Loren Barton, and Morgan Brown, among others - and of course the massive and amazing crew that makes it actually happen every night.

Only a few shows left, try to catch it if you can. Photos by me. More photos in hi-res over on our Flickr.

My god.

I know that what we’re doing flies in the face of the Kickstarter Amanda-Palmer-Start-a-Revolution thing, which is fine for her, but I’m not super-comfortable with the idea of Ziggy Stardust shaking his cup for scraps. I’m not saying offering things for free or pay-what-you-can is wrong. I’m saying my personal feeling is that my album’s not a dime. It’s not a buck. I made it as well as I could, and it costs 10 bucks, or go fuck yourself.
nineinchnails:

Hesitation Marks was mastered in two different ways - the standard, “loud” mastering (which is what you’ll find on the CD, on iTunes, and everywhere else), and also an alternate “audiophile” mastering, which we’re offering as a free download option for anyone who purchases the album through nin.com. For the majority of people, the standard version will be preferable and differences will be difficult to detect. Audiophiles with high-end equipment and an understanding of the mastering process might prefer the alternate version.
(click through for more info)

AWESOME.

nineinchnails:

Hesitation Marks was mastered in two different ways - the standard, “loud” mastering (which is what you’ll find on the CD, on iTunes, and everywhere else), and also an alternate “audiophile” mastering, which we’re offering as a free download option for anyone who purchases the album through nin.com. For the majority of people, the standard version will be preferable and differences will be difficult to detect. Audiophiles with high-end equipment and an understanding of the mastering process might prefer the alternate version.

(click through for more info)

AWESOME.

nprmusic:

Nine Inch Nails “Came Back Haunted,” from the forthcoming Hesitation Marks (out Sept. 3).

Fuck. Me.

destroyangels:

Teaser of our tour that Coachella filmed at rehearsals last week. Contains light production spoilers. First show is TONIGHT.

Sweet mercy.