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- Help Me I Am in Hell
- Happiness in Slavery
- I Can’t Give Everything Away
- 99 Grove Street, San Francisco, CA 94102, United States
Gary Clark Jr. / Portugal. The Man / Phantogram / More
- 1 day Nov 13, 2022
- Originally Nov 11, 2021 to Nov 11, 2021
F**king Incredible Live: Nine Inch Nails 2 Nights In San Francisco
If there is ANY WAY for you to score tickets to one of the remaining dates on Nine Inch Nail’s Cold And Black And Infinite tour, you should do it.
> This< writer says this as having the luck to catch both San Francisco dates of NIN at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Admittedly, I’d only planned to catch 1 night, but Monday’s show was so astoundingly good, I had to go back the following night.
Trent Reznor is at the top of his f**king game right now he sounds better than he ever has, and has, for lack of a better word, matured into his stage persona and music. Being treated to such a performance from two Oscar winners is something I never expected to experience.
The band for this tour consists of Alessandro Cortini, Ilan Rubin, Robin Finck, Ross, and Reznor. Supporting acts for this leg of the tour where HMLTD, and The Jesus and Mary Chain, who NIN opened for on a tour roughly *gulp* 30 years ago.
With such a large catalogue to pull from, it’s not surprising that that the setlist changes nightly. Monday’s Night 1 setlist held a pretty perfect mix of tracks from across the NIN discography. My personal favorite for pure spectacle was “Burning Bright “. Also, funfact- there were three megaphones laid out for Reznor’s use during the show, found that out on Night 2.
The below Night 1 photos are from my friend Katie Scarlett:
Night 2 was more of the same industrial rock epic-ness, the setlist different enough that anyone who made Night 1 was delighted with the additions.
Nine Inch Nails Teach The Kids About Angst
– While The Killers took what New Order did sprinkled it with more glitter and emotion, on the north side of this year’s Lollapalooza in Chicago, Nine Inch Nails recalled what was once known in the ’90s as “angst.”
Trent Reznor, 48 and apparently no stranger to the gym and mass gainers, led his revolutionary industrial band of revolving musicians through a hale and hearty setlist culling from the big touchpoints in Nine Inch Nails discography. They even played the Atticus Ross and Reznor collaboration “What If We Could,” off The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo soundtrack, during a pronounced lull in the middle third of their set, which may have rewarded patient NINophiles at a stadium show, but sent the average festival wayfarer to the bar, or to conversation, or home.
The first moments of “Copy Of A” incidentally began with a bare beat like the one Byrne used for the opening of “Psycho Killer” in Stop Making Sense. It’s one of three songs played from the band’s unreleased and forthcoming new album Hesitation Marks, and as the band marched onto the bare stage with Reznor in the very beginning, the set and the music was more or less together and off we went jumping from The Fragile to Broken to Pretty Hate Machine for about 2 hours. The shape of NIN’s first US show in over three years was a little more cinematic with peaks and valleys, action and development, not the kind of slow build that the Talking Heads did.
Read more about Lollapalooza at Radio.com
The Jesus And Mary Chain
Fronted by the Reid brothers Jim and William, The Jesus And Mary Chain first reformed to play the Coachella festival back in 2007. Despite regular touring most notably a 2015 world tour which revisited their landmark album Psychocandy it took some time before they could agree on a plan to record a much-mooted seventh album.
Work on Damage and Joy began in September 2015, with producer Youth also contributing bass and diplomacy to proceedings during sessions in London, Dublin and Granada, Spain. Alan McGee first confirmed that a new JAMC album was on the way by telling Canadas CBC Music: Theyve made another album! Its a big deal! Its kinda enormous.
In addition to Always Sad and Amputation, other highlights include a refined and re-energised new version of All Things Must Pass which previously featured in the TV show Heroes and then on Upside Down: The Best of The Jesus and Mary Chain the raw Facing Up To The Facts which offers the revealing lyric: I hate my brother and he hates me / Thats the way its supposed to be and the jagged power-pop that simmers in The Two of Us.
Nine Inch Nails Artist Edition
– Nine Inch Nails Artist Edition –
Jermaine Rogers was commissioned to create the official print for the first night of the recent Nine Inch Nails stand in San Francisco, California at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.This striking piece was meticulously screen printed at Lady Lazarus Press in Houston, TX. It measures 24×18 inches. Regarding the imagery, Jermaine says:’For the previous year, I’ve been commissioned by Nine Inch Nails to create a series of limited edition prints. A total of 4 pieces were produced: the first of these prints began a cycle of imagery…an idea that lingered and carried over into each of the successive pieces. This artistic idea culminated in the 4th and final print .The destroyers rose from the masses…to attack, abuse, and ruin the delicate and ancient things. The delicate things screamed as they ended. But, Others heard. Others weighed the masses in the balance, and found them deficient. There was a warning. There was a sign. But, no one understands. No one cares. No one is awake. Everyone is sleeping. Remember what you are. You are an ancient tourist: a passing fad. Your ego is an illusion. Give in.’- j.r.
A handful of studio file copies are available, first come / first served.- – Printed on rich Stardream Opal stock with a pearlescent finish. Signed and numbered edition of only 75 pieces. A limited amount of studio copies have been made available. – 100.00 plus shipping / handling
Absolutely NO REFUNDS/EXCHANGES on limited art items.
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Nine Inch Nails & Soundgarden
Both Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden can count themselves among the most important American rock bands of the 90s. Led by the mercurial Trent Reznor, Nine Inch Nails brought industrial rock into the mainstream with 1994’s Downward Spiral, a dark, brutal masterpiece of brooding electronica and grinding riffs. Alongside Nirvana and Pearl Jam, Soundgarden were one of grunge’s founding fathers, bringing a particular appreciation of 70s metal acts to the genre. 1994 also saw the release of their landmark album, Superunknown.
In the intervening years, both band’s fortunes and lineups have fluctuated considerably. Lead men Trent Reznor and Chris Cornell have both spread their musical wings, with Reznor winning an Oscar for his instrumental The Social Network soundtrack, and Cornell controversially collaborating with hip-hop super producer Timbaland to produce 2009’s Scream. Both groups are now back together following hiatus’ and have released well-received new material which has continued to build on their legacies.
Where Is Nine Inch Nails Playing In San Francisco
When Nine Inch Nails performs in San Francisco, concerts are typically held at Oracle Park, which seats 42000, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, which seats 7000, or The Warfield, which seats 2250. For more concerts in San Francisco, browse our San Francisco concerts tickets or take a look at the upcoming events at the venues mentioned above.
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