Nine Inch Nails wrapped up their four-show NYC run at Brooklyn's Kings Theatre last night (10/17), and for the second time ever, they played 1992's classic Broken EP start to finish (the first time was at their tour opener in Phoenix). They did it after opening with "Branches/Bones" from 2016's Not The Actual Events, and then went on to play a set that included classics like "March of the Pigs," "Reptile," "Even Deeper," "Head Like A Hole," "The Hand That Feeds," and "Hurt," great new songs like "God Break Down the Door" and "Shit Mirror," a song from Trent Reznor's How to Destroy Angels project ("Parasite"), and more. If you managed to get to more than one of these NYC shows, you were in luck, as NIN truly mixed up their sets each night. Did anyone catch all four?

Like on the rest of the tour, the legendary Jesus & Mary Chain provided direct support, and like on the previous two NYC shows, Daniel Avery opened. In case you missed it, check out our pics and review of night one, the setlist and videos of night two, and our review of night three.

You can also see some pictures of night one below, alongside videos and the setlist from last night...

Nine Inch Nails at Kings Theatre - 10/17/18 Setlist (via)
Branches/Bones

Broken:
Wish
Last
Help Me I Am in Hell
Happiness in Slavery
Gave Up
Physical (You're So)
Suck

March of the Pigs
Letting You
Parasite (How to Destroy Angels song)
Reptile
God Break Down the Door
Me, I'm Not
Copy of A
The Hand That Feeds
Head Like a Hole

Encore:
Shit Mirror
Even Deeper
The Background World
Hurt

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Pictures of night one: