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Nine Inch Nails are an American industrial metal band fronted by Trent Reznor. Reznor is the only constant member as well as the main producer and songwriter. The band currently - as of of 2013 - consists of Robin Finck, Alessandro Cortini, Ilan Rubin, and Josh Eustis as well as Reznor.

Forming in 1988, the band released their debut record 'Pretty Hate Machine' the following year. They've since gone on to release seven more studio albums, hitting #1 in the US twice and becoming one of the most influential acts in modern alternative music.

Nine Inch Nails and Reznor are known for their intense live performances and extensive gigging - before 2013 they'd already notched up close to 1,000 shows. Reznor is known to assemble a talented bunch of backing musicians and reimagines their tracks on stage.

Though NIN announced that they'd be calling time on their touring life in 2008, we knew it wouldn't be long before one of the world's best live acts made their return. That came in 2013 along with eighth record 'Hesitation Marks', with Reznor teaming up with an experienced crew to put together an amazing stage production that wowed lucky fans across the globe. They've since been nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice!

Having since returned with a further two EPs - 'Not the Actual Events' and 'Add Violence' - Nine Inch Nails are well and truly back at the top of their game. In 2018, they play a handful of festivals and also headline shows at Paris' Olympia, AFAS Live in Amsterdam, and Berlin's Zitadelle, after their first ever show at the Royal Albert Hall and a headline slot at the Robert Smith curated Meltdown Festival. They also play a series of shows in Las Vegas, and more Cold and Black and Infinite tour dates in North America!

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