Entries tagged with: Nine Inch Nails
Trent Reznor w/ Htda_ at The Apollo in April (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
As mentioned, Nine Inch Nails are releasing a new album, Hesitation Marks (due out 9/3), this year and going on a tour with Godspeed You! Black Emperor to support it. That tour hits the NYC-area on October 14 at Barclays Center and October 15 at Prudential Center.
Presale tickets (Facebook, Live Nation, and Internet) for those shows began today. Use the password "HAUNTED" for the Facebook presales. General on-sale for both shows starts Friday (6/14) at 10 AM.
All tour dates are listed, along with the single from the new album, below...
Trent Reznor w/ Htda_ at The Apollo in April (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
As discussed, Nine Inch Nails are back this year with a new album, Hesitation Marks, due out on September 3 via Columbia and a tour to follow. That tour includes a run with Godspeed You! Black Emperor that hits the NYC-area on October 14 at Barclays Center and October 15 at Prudential Center. Other shows on the tour are being opened by Explosions in the Sky, but none near NYC.
Since we last spoke, ticket info has been posted for both NYC-area shows. Tickets for both dates go on sale June 14 at 10 AM and there's a Live Nation preasle for the Prudential Center show starting June 13 at 10 AM.
As mentioned, Adrian Belew (Talking Heads/David Bowie collaborator and King Crimson member), who was initially on board to tour with NIN this year, has parted ways with the band. He took to facebook to comment on the issue: "concerning me being part of the 2013 Nine Inch Nails band: it didn't work."
All dates are listed, along with a stream of the new NIN single, below...
Trent Reznor w/ Htda_ at The Apollo in April (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Trent Reznor has been keeping pretty busy this year with his How to destroy angels_ project and his contributions to the new Queens of the Stone Age album, but he's also been promising a new Nine Inch Nails album. That album has now officially been announced. It will be called Hesitation Marks and is due out on September 3 via Columbia. They've also just revealed the first single, "Came Back Haunted," which you can listen to in all its thick, synthy darkness below.
Nine Inch Nails have also been promising a tour and that's been announced now too. The tour hits the NYC-area on October 14 at Barclays Center and October 15 at Prudential Center. And the band's taking along some pretty amazing support. Both NYC-area dates and many others will be supported by Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and other shows on the tour are being opened by Explosions in the Sky. Tickets for those shows are not on sale yet, but check Ticketmaster for updates.
As discussed, NIN's lineup for this tour will be Trent Reznor, Alessandro Cortini, Josh Eustis, Ilan Rubin, and Robin Finck (who replaced Eric Avery). Adrian Belew played on Hesitation Marks, but won't be joining the band on the tour. All dates are listed, along with the new song stream, below...
NIN in the studio...
I've been less than honest about what I've really been up to lately. For the last year I've been secretly working non-stop with Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder on a new, full-length Nine Inch Nails record, which I am happy to say is finished and frankly fucking great. This is the real impetus and motivation behind the decision to assemble a new band and tour again. My forays into film, HTDA and other projects really stimulated me creatively and I decided to focus that energy on taking Nine Inch Nails to a new place. Here we go!That new Nine Inch Nails record will come out on Trent's new label home, Columbia Records. No release date or title has been announced yet.
- Trent Reznor
You can see Nine Inch Nails -- Adrian Belew, Alessandro Cortini, Josh Eustis, Robin Finck (who replaces Eric Avery, and is also working on the new Gary Numan album), Trent Reznor and Ilan Rubin -- on tour this summer. No NYC show yet, but maybe they'll make time before or after this year's Made in America Festival over Labor Day Weekend.
All currently scheduled tour dates are listed below...
Eric Avery with Garbage @ Webster Hall in 2012 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Eric Avery posted the following message today:
its with very mixed emotions i tell you all that im pulling out of NIN. i know. its been a tough call and i don't know if its the right one. but i really want to focus on my musical life here in la, on film work in particular. as the tour dates kept growing... i just got overwhelmed. i just got home from a year of heavy travel with garbage, the idea of leaving town for another year and a half, and with all the intensity that nails demands... fortunately my friend Trent understands all this and appreciated my pulling the plug now instead of deep into 2013 and 14. go get em gentlemen.NIN announced their return earlier this year and have since announced spots at Lollapalooza, Made in America, Outside Lands and new fest Mountain Oasis.
As mentioned, Moogfest is taking 2013 off and will return in Spring 2014 in Asheville, NC. There will be, however, another festival in Asheville filling its old fall time period this year: Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit which will happen from October 25 - 27. (It's also run by AC Entertainment who were, until recently, the producers of Moogfest.) The initial inaugural line-up has just been announced and it's pretty impressive: Nine Inch Nails AND How to destroy angels_, the newly-reformed Neutral Milk Hotel (their first show back, and an evening that includes opening sets from Daniel Johnston and Half Japanese), Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Animal Collective, Disclosure, Bosnian Rainbows, Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, Gary Numan, Chromatics, Rustie, Jessie Ware, Zola Jesus & JG Thirlwell, Tricky, Jacques Greene, and The Bug.
Weekend passes to the fest go on sale Thursday, May 2 at noon EDT. Flyer below...
Outside Lands Fest 2012 (more byAmoreena Lucero)
The 2013 edition of San Francisco's Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival with happen at Golden Gate Park on August 9 - 11. This year's line-up includes Paul McCartney, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nine Inch Nails, Phoenix, Vampire Weekend, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, D'Angelo, Willie Nelson, Grizzly Bear, Band of Horses, Hall & Oates, Foals, A-Track, Jurassic 5, Kurt Vile and many more. Tickets go on sale Thursday (4/18) at noon PDT.
This is the sixth edition of Outside Lands, and the full announced line-up is below.
Phoenix at Music Hall of Williamsburg, 4/5/2013 (more by PSquared Photography)
Two days after announcing the existence of the second edition of Jay-Z's of Made in America festival, here comes the initial line-up. Set to go down August 31 - September 1 at Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin Parkway, look for appearances from Beyonce, Queens of the Stone Age, Nine Inch Nails, Kendrick Lamar, Miguel (who is collaborating with Kendrick), Solange, The Gaslight Anthem (who just announced two huge NYC shows), Phoenix (who just played MHoW and SNL), 2Chainz and more.
UPDATE: an initial announcement accidentally included artists from the 2012 lineup mixed in with the 2013 lineup. Those mistakes made it into our post but are now fixed.
So far no details on ticketing. Full line-up is below...
Lollapalooza 2012 (more by James Richards IV)
After it was already confirmed that Phoenix, Vampire Weekend, The Postal Service, The National, The Killers, and Mumford and Sons were playing Lollapalooza 2013, a pretty promising leak came which appeared to potentially reveal the rest of the lineup, and it turns out that leak was real.
In addition to the previously mentioned artists, Lollapalooza will include Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Kendrick Lamar, Grizzly Bear, The Cure, New Order, Baroness, Beach House, Cat Power, Death Grips, Jessie Ware, Father John Misty, DIIV, Wavves, Alt-J, Hot Chip, Disclosure, Baauer, Palma Violets, Angel Haze, Band of Horses, Crystal Castles and many others.
Lollapalooza goes down in Chicago from August 2 - 4 in Grant Park. Single day passes go on sale Wednesday (4/3) at 10 AM.
Full day-by-day lineup below...
As mentioned, Trent Reznor's project, How to destroy angels_ will be going on a tour this April around the time they play Coachella. The tour comes to the NYC-area for shows on April 28 at Wellmont Theatre in Montclair, NJ and April 29 at Apollo Theatre in Harlem, and ticket info for the shows has been posted. Tickets for both the Apollo show and the Wellmont show go on sale Friday (3/1) at 10 AM. Presales begin Wednesday (2/27) at the band's tour page. More info on the presales is still forthcoming, but that tour page will be updated with new info as it comes and you may want to keep tabs on their Facebook as well..
The new How to destroy angels_ album, Welcome oblivion_, will be out on March 5. The band have also added a pre-Coachella show to their tour schedule, and updated dates are listed below.
In related news, Trent Reznor's other band, Nine Inch Nails plan to tour in 2013 and 2014 with a lineup that includes Eric Avery (Jane's Addition), Adrien Belew (King Crimson, Talking Heads, David Bowie, etc), Josh Eustis (Telefon Tel Aviv), and Reznor's NIN bandmates Alessandro Cortini and Ilan Rubin. No dates for that tour are announced yet, but Lollapalooza might be one of them.
Updated Htda dates are listed below...
NIN @ T5, 2009 (more by Tim Griffin)
Trent Reznor is gonna be real busy for the forseeable future. While we already knew his new project How to destroy angels_ would be touring this year (including two shows in the NYC area), he's also reviving Nine Inch Nails as well. Says Trent:
I was working with Adrian Belew on some musical ideas, which led to some discussion on performing, which led to some beard-scratching, which (many steps later) led to the decision to re-think the idea of what Nine Inch Nails could be, and the idea of playing a show. Calls were made to some friends, lots of new ideas were discussed, and a show was booked - which led to another, which somehow led to a lot of shows.UPDATE: Billboard says NIN are playing Lollapalooza.
The band is reinventing itself from scratch and will be comprised of Eric Avery, Adrian Belew, Alessandro Cortini, Josh Eustis, Ilan Rubin, and me. The first shows will begin this summer, followed by a full-on arena tour of the US this fall, and lots of other dates worldwide to follow through 2014.
Lots of details and dates to come. See you soon.
In addition to Coachella, we'll be performing in a few select North American cities in April. Here's the schedule:No venues yet, though they slipped up there with the NJ town, so we can assume they mean the Wellmont Theater in Montclair, NJ. That probably means NYC will be Terminal 5? Stay tuned for more info. .
4.12 indio, ca [coachella]
4.13 las vegas, nv
4.17 monterey, ca
4.18 san francisco, ca
4.19 indo, ca [coachella]
4.21 denver, co
4.23 chicago, il
4.25 toronto, on
4.27 boston, ma
4.28 wellmont, nj
4.29 new york, ny
These are the only dates we have scheduled right now. To preemptively answer the "when are you coming to my city/country??" questions: We just don't know. Right now, the dates above are the only dates. There are some other announcements coming soon that will impact this as well...
For these shows, we'll be doing direct presales for a limited number of tickets. Presales will begin Wednesday 2.27. More details, including venues and ticketing info, will be coming tomorrow. Stay tuned.
Alain Johannes, Dave Grohl, Lee Ving, Pat Smear, and Taylor Hawkins
As mentioned before, the documentary about legendary recording studio Sound City is being directed by Dave Grohl and will make it's world premiere at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. Consequence of Sound reports that Dave Grohl is also doing its soundtrack, titled Sound City - Real to Reel, which features collaborations between a crazy/amazing cast of musicians, and will include "Cut Me Some Slack," the song he did with Paul McCartney, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear at the 12.12.12 Benefit at MSG this week.
Other collaborations include "You Can't Fix This" with Stevie Nicks; "The Man That Never Was" with Rick Springfield; and "Mantra" featuring QOTSA's Josh Homme and Trent Reznor. Other collaborators include legendary session drummer Jim Keltner, Cheap Trick's Rick Neilsen and former FEAR vocalist Lee Ving. The soundtrack is out March 12 and is available for pre-order via iTunes. Full Sound City soundtrack is below.
Nine Inch Nails at Terminal 5 in 2009 (more by Tim Griffin)
Trent Reznor has been busy with his How to destroy angels_ project, but in even more exciting news, Trent tells Rolling Stone that Nine Inch Nails is working on new material. "Yeah, there will be new music. There are some things in the works," Trent says.
Regarding whether or not those other "things" included performing live again, Trent said, "Yeah, if it feels right, it's a possibility. I never said that that wasn't going to happen, just that it couldn't go on as it was. Having a few years doing other things, I've enjoyed [them] and I'm enjoying doing How to Destroy Angels, and there will be a place for stuff that falls in the Nine Inch Nails column of things. It's a different kind of work. Stay tuned. We'll see what happens here."
In the same interivew, Trent mentions that How to destroy angels_ are also planning a full length followup to their An omen_ EP, which is due out this Tuesday (11/13) via Columbia, and is streaming in full below.
That stream and NIN's classic video for "Closer" is below.
"Holy shit!" - Trent Reznor
"Oscar winning Indian musician A.R. Rahman lost out the Golden Globe in the Original Score category to Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, who won for their music in The Social Network.Trent's next soundtrack conquest will be "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" (which is appropriate since Lisbeth Salander (the girl with the tattoo) is probably a Nine Inch Nails fan. Trent recently revealed that information in a NY Times "TimesTalks" event where he was interviewed by music critic Jon Pareles. You can watch most of it in the videos below...
The 45-year-old musician was up for his second Golden Globe for the Danny Boyle film 127 Hours and had just a day earlier bagged the best original song trophy at the 16th Critics' Choice Awards for his number 'If I Rise' from the film.
The musician who had won his first Golden Globe in 2009 for another of the British director's film, Slumdog Millionaire, is in the running for his second Oscar with the song, which is collaboration between him and British popstar Dido.
"A year ago I had no idea I'd have the opportunity to score a film. The idea of standing up here to accept this award is surreal," said Reznor, who is the frontman of the rock group 'Nine Inch Nails', in his acceptance speech." [The Hindu]
We're releasing our debut 6-track EP as a FREE download on June 1st. Pre-order now and get one track, "The Believers," immediately. You'll then be automatically emailed on June 1st as soon as the full EP download is ready. The EP will be delivered as high-quality DRM-free MP3s.That message comes from How To Destroy Angels aka Mariqueen Maandig, her husband Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. June 1st is now, so the free EP is out. A download widget, their debut video and the complete tracklist below...
For $2, you can pre-order the HD package, which adds options for lossless audio (24-bit 44.1kHz WAV and 16-bit FLAC and Apple Lossless) and the music video for "The Space in Between" in 1080p Quicktime. A pre-order of the HD package with immediate download of "The Believers" is included FREE with any merchandise purchase.
From: Bob Lefsetz
To: Nathan Hubbard
Is this true? That buyers of DMB and Phish tickets at livenation.com were redirected to coasttocoast.com?
From: Nathan Hubbard
Sorry, been traveling.
No it's not to my knowledge. Have not had fan complaints about this and we monitor issues in the email and call center hourly. We DID find out that a couple of these broker sites including gotthetix.com were using the Live Nation name in their Google ads and displaying the ads when someone searched "Live Nation." This happened in late June. We filed a trademark complaint with Google soon after. But no redirect from the buy button.
We do of course know that many brokers get their tickets using bots that vault them to the front of the line. It sucks for us (we have to build a costly infrastructure that can essentially handle an attack), and more importantly it sucks for the fan (lack of available inventory). We continue to work on technologies that thwart these efforts, and dynamic pricing to address the underlying economic reasons why the secondary market exists.
Thanks for highlighting the great stuff NIN does via Musictoday (part of Live Nation Ticketing). These really are the two options to address the issue; restrict transferability and ask the fan to jump through a few hoops to prove their identity, or price the tickets at what the market is willing to pay. They aren't mutually exclusive
"This is it... but I'm not gonna break down in tears just yet." -Trent Reznor on stage
NIN @ the Wiltern - Sep 10, 2009 (bloodandheadlines)
Last night (September 10th) was the rescheduled final stop on NIN's "last" ("Wave Goodbye") tour. The show was at the Wiltern in L.A. and ran over three hours and featured many of the same guests that appeared at the previous LA show which took place at Henry Fonda Theater in LA two night earlier. Nine Inch Nails played four LA shows total, two in Chicago, one in Toronto, and four in NYC. Peter Murphy was a special guest at the last two NYC shows at Terminal 5, and at the two in Chicago. Show openers changed along the way, and were either The Horrors, Mew or HEALTH.
Gary Numan (who played at all four LA shows), Mike Garson, Greg Puciato and Ben Weinman (of Dillinger Escape Plan), and NIN producer Atticus Ross all played with the band at The Wiltern. Eric Avery, who was there at the Henry Fonda, didn't return, but fellow Jane's Addiction (who co-headlined the first leg of the Say Goodbye tour with NIN) member Dave Navarro showed up to help perform three songs at the Wiltern. Speaking of porn stars (he seems like one anyway), Ron Jeremy didn't join the orgy on stage, but did take it in from the audience.
In one clip, posted below, Trent (again) explains that he and the band will still be making music, they're "just not going to tour as Nine Inch Nails" (he also said he wouldn't perform The Downward Spiral again).
The setlist, and a bunch of videos from the show, below...
HEALTH NIN Gary Numan jam insanity @ Henry Fonda (by reneebarton)
** The Wiltern show scheduled for Saturday Sept 5th is now happening on Thursday Sept 10th - this is now the final show **The first of four 'Wave Goodbye' NIN shows in LA was at the Palladium on September 2nd. Gary Numan joined the band as a special guest at that show, and at the Echoplex show on 9/6, and again last night (9/8) at the Music Box @ Fonda.
Sorry about the hassles with the show not happening last night and tomorrow's rescheduling. If it would have been possible to pull these off, I would have. Anyway, here's the new plan. I appreciate your patience and understanding - we're attempting to make sure that everyone has the best experience possible and we're at full power.
NEW FAREWELL SCHEDULE FOR LOS ANGELES:
9/6 Echoplex (unchanged)
9/8 Henry Fonda (rescheduled date)
9/10 The Wiltern (rescheduled date)
Unlike the first two shows though, Gary was not alone at the third. The Henry Fonda audience didn't get Peter Murphy, but they did get Mike Garson (David Bowie, etc), Eric Avery (Jane's Addiction), Danny Lohner (NIN & lots of stuff), AND Greg Puciato (Dillinger Escape Plan). All five of them came out to play songs with Trent Reznor and band.
Gary Numan and Eric Avery were on stage together for a cover of Gang of Four's "Anthrax" (and for "Cars"). Plus, HEALTH opened the show and later joined Nine Inch Nails and friends on stage too (see picture above). There were two encores and two Joy Division covers. No full albums played, but there were 31 songs total. Full NIN setlist below...
Gary Numan w/ NIN @ The Palladium - 9/2/09 (yipemike)
"It becomes plainly obvious what's happening. The crowd [at The Palladium] gets even wilder. By the time we get to the next song my thoughts have become primarily focused on when to breathe and when to shout out lyrics. You can't do both. There's no room to breath half the time either, as in half the time the people around me are pressed up against all sides of my body and they can't even expand. I'm drenched in mine and a dozens of other people's sweat. There are a couple of times where I decide that the lyric is more important than the breath, and in those times I also seriously believe it's possible I might die. Multiple times. One particular time I'm about to fall backwards (as far as I can fall, that is, not very far with all of the people behind me) and a man (In a radiohead shirt) puts his hands on my back and pushes me upward again.That review is of last night's Nine Inch Nails show at the Palladium in LA where Gary Numan took over Peter Murphy's job as Special Guest Legend, and where NIN performed TDS for the second time on the "Wave Goodbye" tour. They also did it at Webster Hall. Peter Murphy joined them at both Terminal 5 shows, and both shows in Chicago. The show before LA was in Canada. THE NEXT LA SHOW IS CANCELLED, and then there are two LA shows after that. Palladium setlist and videos below...
Eventually, about halfway through [NIN playing The Downward Spiral for the second time on this 'final' tour], the crowd pushes me into an area of calm fist waving and body moving, with not harsh movements to fucking kill me. Still completely worth it. Hearing that ENTIRE album in that setting with everybody else screaming the lyrics at each other, amazing. They continue the set after they play the entire album, but after they finish the album I realize 'Holy shit ok that was mind shattering, but if I don't get liquid right now I'm going to die." So I squeeze out of the crowd and go back to get a coca cola, which the lovely lady gives me free of charge. Going back to the floor, I decided a nice spot at the back is just fine. Trent Reznor's special guest tonight was Gary Numan, who sang two songs that influenced NIN's sound when Reznor was just deciding how to go with the band, according to him. The songs were 'Metal' (which you probably haven't heard) and 'Cars' (which you HAVE heard and if you haven't I'm fining you ten internets) and both of them were fucking awesome." [A Short History of Nearly Nothing]
Nine Inch Nails @ Terminal 5 in NYC (more by Tim Griffin)
"We're very sorry to announce that Trent is ill, and on his doctor's orders we will not be able to perform tonight's show at the Henry Fonda Theater. This is the only information we have at this time, we're posting this early announcement as a convenience for those of you who had plans to attend. Reimbursement details will be posted as soon as we figure them out; likely within the next 24 hours. We wish this wasn't necessary and we're very sorry for the inconvenience. Thank you for your understanding."After successfully playing their first of four shows in LA last night (9/2) at the Palladium, tonight's show at the Henry Fonda Theater was suddenly canceled. September 5th and 6th are still scheduled at the moment.
Franz Ferdinand @ the Virgin Fest in Canada - Aug 29, 2009 (Chromewaves)
"Somehow, in its fourth year on Hogtown soil, the Virgin Festival has pulled off the impossible: Amalgamating endlessly changing variables into a cohesive, enjoyable affair. It pleases with just the right ratio of talent to timing and music to distractions. Packed with everything from singer-songwriters and hip-hop to indie gods and blues freaks, the 2009 edition of Virgin Festival was an endless onslaught of sensory overload. Yet despite a stream of diversions such as Thai massage, autograph tents and burlesque pole dancing, music was still the focus.Pet Shop Boys are now on a tour of North America that includes two NYC shows at Hammerstein Ballroom this week (Tuesday and Wednesday). Tickets for both shows are still on sale. All dates are below.
Starting off modestly, the first day was a slow burner. Not until early-evening did the ample audience show enthusiasm as Scottish outfit Franz Ferdinand revved 'em up. Garnering the most praise, no doubt due to their influencing virtually every other band on the bill, The Pixies nailed a set full of favourites...
...it was the double finale of 25-year-old electronic duo Pet Shop Boys and sinister cult hero(es) Nine Inch Nails that ensured the festival was a raucous success. With PSB boasting the only full-fledged multimedia extravaganza via video, lights, iconic '80s imagery and, er, shoulder pads, their spirited commingling of past and present was as engaging as it was fun.
As for Nine Inch Nails' reportedly final Canadian show, it was a shocking shot of stellar rage delivered with professionalism and gusto, especially when main man Trent Reznor started smashing instruments a mere three songs into the set. While Reznor shows no signs of slowing down, it was still sad to think that such a spotless gig could be the last time we catch him." [Metro Toronto]
For Nine Inch Nails, the Virgin Fest was the seventh, and only Canadian, stop on this final leg of their "Wave Goodbye" tour. Peter Murphy did not join the band in Canada, but he was at both Chicago shows at Aragon Ballroom the two nights prior. After a night off, NIN will play their first LA show at the Hollywood Palladium on 9/2. The setlist for the first Chicago show is HERE. The setlists for Chicago Night Two and Virgin, are below...
NIN played their first of two shows at Chicago's Aragon Ballroom last night (8/28). Peter Murphy was their no-longer-surprise guest. Mew opened and they do it again tonight (8/29). Last night's setlist below...
photos by Tim Griffin
"And so ... my NYC NINventure has come to a close. Last night, Nine Inch Nails played their second show at Terminal 5, which was their last in NYC for the foreseeable future. It's hard to believe that all 4 NYC shows are over already but the band are already on their way to Chicago, IL for the 2 shows there before they make their way to Canada for their final festival performance there. Last night's Terminal 5 show clocked in at about 2 hours and 45 minutes and provided a raucously fun send off for the NYC fans.Last night's setlist HERE. More pictures and video below....
Peter Murphy makes a grand appearance @ Terminal 5 - 8/26/09 (by trentvanegas)
"Whether rising from coffins on-stage, driving a hearse called the "Bauhearse," or appearing in concert as vampires, Bauhaus was one of the establishing acts of the goth movement. Their use of spacey recording effects and theatrical aesthetics was evocative of both early horror films and glam rock; they became an influential group in the early days of gothic rock.Nine Inch Nails have completed their four-night run in NYC. Tonight (8/26) was the 2nd show at Terminal 5 and it ended with another guest appearance by Peter Murphy who descended from the ceiling on a chain... upside down like a bat (see above and below).
In 1982, Bauhaus appeared during the opening sequences of the horror movie The Hunger, performing one of their most popular songs, "Bela Lugosi's Dead". The camera focused almost exclusively on Murphy during most of the scene, panning only briefly to the stars David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve." [Wikipedia]
Peter helped Trent and band perform "Reptile", "Strange Kind Of Love", Bauhaus's "Bela Lugosi's Dead", and Pere Ubu' "Final Solution". Full setlist and video below...