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Nine Inch NailsVerified

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Rachel
June 19th 2022
NIN @ Eden Project was an absolutely amazing night. The show we attended was over a bad weather weekend, but we took wet gear (poncho’s) and warm clothing with us. Drove down early enough to walk through the biomes before the show. My cohort loved everything about it. My gripe is; disabled parking is not anywhere near the centre, nobody advised us how much walking was involved to get down to the biomes/stage area. The walk to the accessible area was up a steep hill, and none of this was under cover (some people hadn’t come prepared so left during the set due to the cold and wet weather). Otherwise, I’d happily see another gig there.
Saint Blazey, United Kingdom@Eden Project, Cornwall
Jason
May 27th 2022
I've seen them before, including at woodstock 94. This show was definitely more intimate. Lower energy that what I expected. Not much from the awesome earlier stuff. I was at the Met 5/24 show in Philly. Light effects were a bit too much with the strobe. Still, it was a good show and would not have wanted to miss.
Philadelphia, PA@The Met Philadelphia
Heavily
May 27th 2022
In 25 years of going to concerts, this was one of the best shows I’ve ever seen, if not the best. When the the band walked onstage and tore right into “Wish” without saying a word, it set off a torrential 90-plus minutes of crowd favorites and deep album cuts, carefully balancing eras (“The Wretched” leading into “Sanctified”; “The Only Time” spliced to “Closer”) in a way that felt like one big story. There was simply… No. Letting. Up. (There was, however, “Letting Go.”) This was a show for someone whose allegiance to NIN’s winding career was rewarded with lots of surprises (“Heresy” and “The Becoming” - TDS; “Burn” - NBK soundtrack; four tracks off “Broken”). The sound mix was perfect, too, giving everything space to breathe. And there’s nothing that can prepare you for that light show.
Philadelphia, PA@The Met Philadelphia
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About Nine Inch Nails
Genres:
Industrial Rock, Alternative
Band Members:
Alessandro Cortini, Ilan Rubin, Robin Finck, Trent Reznor

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Fan Reviews
Rachel
June 19th 2022
NIN @ Eden Project was an absolutely amazing night. The show we attended was over a bad weather weekend, but we took wet gear (poncho’s) and warm clothing with us. Drove down early enough to walk through the biomes before the show. My cohort loved everything about it. My gripe is; disabled parking is not anywhere near the centre, nobody advised us how much walking was involved to get down to the biomes/stage area. The walk to the accessible area was up a steep hill, and none of this was under cover (some people hadn’t come prepared so left during the set due to the cold and wet weather). Otherwise, I’d happily see another gig there.
Saint Blazey, United Kingdom@Eden Project, Cornwall
Jason
May 27th 2022
I've seen them before, including at woodstock 94. This show was definitely more intimate. Lower energy that what I expected. Not much from the awesome earlier stuff. I was at the Met 5/24 show in Philly. Light effects were a bit too much with the strobe. Still, it was a good show and would not have wanted to miss.
Philadelphia, PA@The Met Philadelphia
Heavily
May 27th 2022
In 25 years of going to concerts, this was one of the best shows I’ve ever seen, if not the best. When the the band walked onstage and tore right into “Wish” without saying a word, it set off a torrential 90-plus minutes of crowd favorites and deep album cuts, carefully balancing eras (“The Wretched” leading into “Sanctified”; “The Only Time” spliced to “Closer”) in a way that felt like one big story. There was simply… No. Letting. Up. (There was, however, “Letting Go.”) This was a show for someone whose allegiance to NIN’s winding career was rewarded with lots of surprises (“Heresy” and “The Becoming” - TDS; “Burn” - NBK soundtrack; four tracks off “Broken”). The sound mix was perfect, too, giving everything space to breathe. And there’s nothing that can prepare you for that light show.
Philadelphia, PA@The Met Philadelphia
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About Nine Inch Nails
Genres:
Industrial Rock, Alternative
Band Members:
Alessandro Cortini, Ilan Rubin, Robin Finck, Trent Reznor

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