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Nine Inch Nails Final Concert Film Released
Laurie Tuffrey , March 26th, 2013 06:46

NIN fans release full video and audio of Trent Reznor and co's 2009 farewell gig

The video footage and audio of Nine Inch Nails' final concert, at The Wiltern in Los Angeles on 10 September 2009, have been released as free downloads, under the name nine inch nails : [after all is said and done].

The release has been put together by A Tiny Little Dot, a group of NIN fans who spent three years honing the source material they got from the gig - head to their website here to get hold of the downloads - which amounted to over 75 hours of footage from 27 different cameras which took almost 700 hours to edit down - have a watch of the individual film of 'Burn' from the set above.

A limited number of physical copies of the recordings have already sold out, though stay tuned to their Facebook and Twitter, as they may be making more available.

A statement on their site runs: "The culmination of this work is a video production of a NIN concert unlike anything ever before – an evocative and unapologetic document of Nine Inch Nails. As an intimate concert performed before only a handful of fans, what the performance lacks in huge stage production value, it makes up for in vitriol, raw energy and cramped quarters… with sentiment, emotion and intimacy. But what really shines a light on the brilliance of the performance is the manner in which it was captured. The fan-shot footage of AAISAD conveys a raw, visceral and kinetic energy that no professional camera could have ever hoped to achieve. And in the context of a performance like this, one so intimate, one so meaningful to their fans, nothing else would be fitting. And it’s that which sets AAISAD apart as something uniquely memorable, and something that no NIN fan will want to be without."

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