August 21, 2013 11:21

Muse's Dom Howard says Nine Inch Nails 'killed it' at tiny London show

The Muse drummer checked out Trent Reznor at The Scala last night (August 20)

Muse's Dom Howard says Nine Inch Nails 'killed it' at tiny London show

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Muse's Dom Howard was in the crowd to see Nine Inch Nails last night (August 20) at London's Scala venue.

Nine Inch Nails played the small club show as a warm up for their appearances at Reading and Leeds Festivals this weekend (August 23-25). Tweeting about the gig, Muse's drummer said that the band were "killing it". He wrote:



Trent Reznor's band covered Joy Division's 'Dead Souls' and David Bowie's 1997 track 'I'm Afraid Of Americans' during the gig. Scroll down for a full setlist.

Nine Inch Nails played:

'Somewhat Damaged'
'The Beginning of the End'
'Terrible Lie'
'March Of The Pigs'
'Piggy'
'The Frail'
'The Wretched'
'Closer'
'I'm Afraid of Americans'
'Burn'
'Gave Up'
'Sanctified'
'Disappointed'
'The Warning'
'Wish'
'Survivalism'
'Suck'
'The Hand That Feeds'
'Head Like a Hole'
'The Day the World Went Away'
'Dead Souls'
'Hurt'


Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor has admitted that the band's new stage show could either be "the best thing ever" or a "spectacular disaster".

"In terms of physical components, it's actually low-tech," Reznor said, speaking in this week's NME, available available digitally or on newsstands now. "It's either going to be the best thing ever or a spectacular disaster."

Reznor also said that, having declared the end of Nine Inch Nails as a touring entity in 2009, he was prepared for criticism when he took the band back on the road again. "I guess I was ready for the backlash... I mean, I've seen The Cure on about eight different farewell tours. Kiss about 10," he said.

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