Tour Briefs: Nine Inch Nails Get Back On the Road

Bonnaroo won't be the band's last U.S. gig ever after all

Nine Inch Nails perform during Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tennessee.
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Nine Inch Nails perform during Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tennessee.
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Despite declaring that NIN's Bonnaroo gig was Nine Inch Nails' "last show ever in the United States," Trent Reznor is staging a series of 10 intimate club shows before taking an indefinite break from the road. The Wave Goodbye Tour will hit New York. Chicago and Los Angeles, playing venues as small as 500 seats. "NIN as a band that's on the road all the time is stopping," Reznor said in a recent interview. "I've reached the point where [touring] has invaded every other aspect of my life. I think creatively my time would be better spent on other stuff."

This story is from the August 6th, 2009 issue of Rolling Stone.

From The Archives Issue 1084: August 6, 2009
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