Nine Inch Nails Unearth Rare ‘With Teeth’ Era Material


Nine Inch Nails performed “All The Love In The World” and “Home” for the first time in years on Wednesday at Red Rocks in Colorado. They hadn’t performed “All The Love In The World” since 2013, and “Home” since 2009.

According to NIN Wiki, “Home” is an exclusive track to the vinyl and various international releases of With Teeth. It appears at the end of the international tracklists, but ends the third side of the vinyl release, therefore appearing between “Sunspots” and “The Line Begins To Blur.”

“All The Love In The World” appeared on With Teeth and has barely ever been performed. You can watch video below.

Denver Westword reported, “Reznor’s current band – which particularly soared during the wild, funky endings to ‘Piggy’ and ‘Closer’– is ridiculously talented, especially drummer Ilan Rubin, who could obviously play anything from jazz to the most challenging progressive metal. Watching this lineup blaze through songs like ‘Burn,’ from the Downward Spiral and the unforgettable Natural Born Killers soundtrack, was something much more than nostalgic; heavy music this liberating – imagine 9,000 people screaming ‘I’m gonna burn this whole world down’ – and played so incredibly well offers another world to crawl into when this one hurts.”

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross also announced this week that they will work on Damon Lindelof’s new Watchmen series on HBO.