If you missed Nine Inch Nails on tour this summer, then chances are you won’t be getting to see the band perform any time soon.
Trent Reznor, while talking to Rolling Stone, said he doesn’t plan to tour again for a long, long time.
“I just got off tour a couple weeks ago, and I’ve been tying up loose ends this the whole time. So I’ve got a few things that are considerations. I’m not deeply involved in anything at the moment. I just want to center myself and see what feels exciting. It won’t be touring for a while.”
A follow-up on what was wrong with touring elicited this response:
“No, I enjoyed it. But I’ve found as I’ve gotten older that, you know, between this and How to Destroy Angels, I’ve been out for 18 months. That’s enough. I’m ready to wake up in the same location for a while.”
Trent recently composed the score to “Gone Girl” with Atticus Ross.
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