Nine Inch Nails to Return to Cleveland

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Nine Inch Nails, the biggest band to break out of Cleveland in recent memory, will return home to play the Q August 22. Mainman Trent Reznor released dates for a North American arena tour on the band's website today; for on-sale dates and ticket prices, stay tuned to C-Notes. Click the video above for a taste of the group's last visit to the arena... Though Reznor hasn't announced a lineup, he's referring to the band as "reformed." He hasn't had any Cleveland guys in the group for years. NIN is touring to promote Ghosts I-IV, an instrumental album that's been surprising successful. A limited edition of 2,500 deluxe, hand-signed copies that cost $300 sold out, and Reznor reported "transacting" nearly 800,000 copies of the record in its first month of online availablity, though he remained vague on how many were sales and free downloads. -- D.X. Ferris

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