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Nine Inch Nails parts with manager; touring 2014 with new lineup
Trent Reznor took to Reddit's AMA feature yesterday to promote his band Nine Inch Nails' "Tension 2013" concert film, but also to relay some new info about 2014.
More specifically, the ever-changing live lineup for NIN on tour next year will keep Ilan Rubin, Alessandro Cortini, and Robin Finck but apparently no Josh Eustis, Pino Palladino, and Lisa Fischer. Reznor wrote at length about how he's been approaching his shows.
"When we commit to a touring cycle, it usually is at least a year long, and can start to feel stale after X amount of time. What I’m doing this cycle is making each leg of the tour have its own identity," he posted "We’re currently rehearsing with a new incarnation of the band for what’s ahead... Yes, we are planning to return to North America in 2014…”
What you won't read in the Ask Me Anything are comments about NIN's split with its longtime manager Jim Guerino, according to Billboard. No word yet what caused the move.