Reznor was joined onstage at the Cuyahoga Falls show by former members Richard Patrick (Filter), Chris Vrenna, Danny Lohner and Charlie Clouser and the five of them played a six-song mini-set to close out the show.
Trent Reznor has reunited with the classic lineup of Nine Inch Nails at a hometown show.
Reznor was joined onstage at the Cuyahoga Falls show by former members Richard Patrick (Filter), Chris Vrenna, Danny Lohner and Charlie Clouser and the five of them played a six-song mini-set to close out the show. That six-song set featured classics of the '90s NIN era Eraser, Wish, Sin, Gave Up and Head Like A Hole as well as a Patrick-fronted version of Filter's Hey Man, Nice Shot.
The day before the Ohio show, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame held a Nine Inch Nails Fan Day where all of the members that played in the six-song mini-set (including Patrick, Vrenna, Lohner and Clouser) took part in a Q&A speaking about the induction of Nine Inch Nails into the hall and looking back on the 30 years that passed since the release of their breakthrough EP Broken.
Back in July, Reznor joined forces with The Simpsons theme composer Danny Elfman and GHOSTMANE on a remix of Elfman's 2021 track Native Intelligence.
The remix serves as a reimagining of Reznor’s version of the song that debuted earlier this year, making for a molotov cocktail that combines the one-of-a-kind styles of three musical heavyweights. Alongside the song, Elfman has also shared an official Manga-inspired music video. Produced by the cyber collective TRASH GANG, the video is a rabbit hole of monochromatic, manga-inspired animation that channels the track’s mesmerising electronic glitches and breakneck percussion.
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Reznor and Elfman also collaborated on the track True.