Trent Reznor Says Nine Inch Nails' New Show Could Be A 'Spectacular Disaster'
Posted by Joseph Lee on 08.20.2013
At least he's honest...
In an interview with NME, Trent Reznor said that Nine Inch Nails' upcoming stage show could either be "the best thing ever" or a "spectacular disaster". The band will perform at the Reading and Leeds festival this weekend with a new show that is inspired by Talking Heads' 1983 "Stop Making Sense" tour. It has been redesigned from scratch to work outdoors.
Reznor said: "In terms of physical components, it's actually low-tech. It's either going to be the best thing ever or a spectacular disaster."
He also said he was ready to take criticism for bringing NIN back, after he said the band wouldn't tour anymore after 2009. He added: "I guess I was ready for the backlash... I mean, I've seen The Cure on about eight different farewell tours. Kiss about 10."
Before the Reading and Leeds show, the band will play a smaller concert at the Scala in London tonight and the Belsonic Festival in Belfast tomorrow.