Nine Inch Nails kicked off their Cold and Black and Infinite tour in Phoenix at Comerica Theatre on Thursday night, and they performed their 1992 EP Broken in its entirety. They had not played “Happiness in Slavery” since 1995. “Last” and “Physical (You’re So)” hadn’t been played since 2009, while “Suck” hadn’t been performed live since 2013.
Watch video below.
Last (first time live since 2009)
Help Me I Am in Hell
Happiness in Slavery (first time live since 1995)
Physical (You’re So) (Adam and the Ants cover) (first time live since 2009)
Suck (Pigface cover) (first time live since 2013)
March of the Pigs
I’m Afraid of Americans (David Bowie cover)
The Hand That Feeds
Head Like a Hole
MXDWN is reporting that Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, Academy Award-winning composers and members of the band Nine Inch Nails, will be the keynote speakers at Variety’s Music for Screens Summit. Variety Magazine’s inaugural Music for Screens Summit will feature panels, workshops & interviews with music supervisors, composers, publishing executives & filmmakers engaging in in-depth discussion about music for TV, film, theater, video games & commercials. As keynote speakers, Ross and Reznor will discuss their collaboration in composing, producing and songwriting.