Nine Inch Nails fans have pooled their efforts to create a DVD/Blu-Ray, entitled “Another Version of the Truth: The Gift”. Last year, the band released a massive 405gb free download of raw HD footage captured at three different shows during the “Lights In The Sky” tour. Fans since have edited footage to create the high definition release in which can be downloaded for free here in a variety of formats. A short video from the effort can be seen below.
Trent Reznor recently gave an update on Nine Inch Nails happenings, and what is in store for the 2010 year. Reznor stated the following:
“Happy holidays everyone and thank you for an exceptional year! Sorry I haven’t been around much lately, I’ve been working on not working for a couple of months, which for me is hard work. 2010 has a number of things planned including new material from nine inch nails and something else that isn’t nine inch nails. I am in a state of rediscovery and reinvention that feels unfamiliar, unsure and exactly what I need.”
“In the meantime, here are some miscellaneous performances from 2009. See you and speak to you soon.”
Nine Inch Nails have release trailer for “Another Version Of The Truth”, a fan-made DVD/Blu-Ray set of the band’s 2008 Lights In The Sky Tour. The video can be seen below.
Two songs from Trent Reznor’s 2006 performance at the Bridge School Benefit, “Hurt” and “The Fragile”, have been released on iTunes as part of The Bridge School Collection Vol 4. The tracks can be purchased individually or as part of the full album. All proceeds go to Neil Young’s Bridge School, an organization that educates children with severe speech and physical impairments. The songs can be purchased here.
Nine Inch Nails have released a downloadable DVD of their full “Downward Spiral” performance from Webster Hall during their “Wave Goodbye” tour. The band states that “the entire thing has been recorded, edited, and distributed entirely by fans, and it’s the latest example of the amazing things fans will do when their creativity isn’t limited by outdated, misguided restrictions.”