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Nine Inch Nails Ready First Tour in Five Years

Reznor's crew hits the road during a busy summer for concerts

March 24, 2005
Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails
Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails
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The first road trip by Trent Reznor's band in five years will kick off with a few club dates, then switch to theater and ballroom shows through mid-July. Aside from a May 1st headlining slot at the Coachella festival, the band deliberately chose smaller venues. "We're coming out with a very low-expectation, humble approach," says NIN manager Jim Guerinot.

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