Watch: Nine Inch Nails Go Long for Lollapalooza Headlining Set

Rolling Stone

Trent Reznor's revamped Nine Inch Nails lineup pushed past some shakeups this year and made a triumphant showing at Lollapalooza this past weekend, playing an inspired set to close out Friday's festivities (and to mark their first show in North America since 2009). Reznor packed over 20 tracks into the set, culling some new songs from the band's forthcoming album Hesitation Marks like "Copy of A," "Find My Way" and lead single "Come Back Haunted."

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Reznor didn't forget about NIN staples and older fans, though, visiting Pretty Hate Machine tracks "Sanctified" and "Head Like a Hole"; and he raged through songs from The Downward Spiral, including "March of the Pigs," "Piggy," "Closer" and "Hurt."

Hesitation Marks, the band's eighth studio album, arrives September 3rd.

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