So the final NIN tour didn't play Cleveland. Not even a secret end-of-trek show for 9-9-09. But here's some awesome fan-shot, fan-edited video from the final days of NIN. From August, the band opens a set with "Mr. Self Destruct" in NYC's Webster Hall.
NIN's Pretty Hate Machine, one of the best albums to spring out of Cleveland in the modern era, just turned 20. No plans are in place for a special edition. If you want to get nostalgic about T-Rez's Cleveland tenure, check out this 2005 piece , in which local scenesters recalled the band's upward spiral. —-D.X. Ferris
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