Nine Inch Nails play 'All Time Low' on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' - watch

The band appeared on the US talk show to perform the 'Hesitation Marks' track

Nine Inch Nails play 'All Time Low' on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' - watch

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Nine Inch Nails played their track 'All Time Low' on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night (November 7).

The band appeared on an outdoor stage to perform the song, which comes from their recently released eighth studio album, 'Hesitation Marks'. Click above to watch the performance.

Last month, pictures of Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor on the set of Game Of Thrones appeared online. The image shows the band alongside Reznor's wife Mariqueen Mandig posing around the iron throne at Titanic Studios in Belfast, Ireland where the hit HBO series is filmed.

In the original books, written by George RR Martin, and TV show the Iron Throne is the throne upon which the King of the Andals and the First Men sits in the city of King's Landing. Posting his own picture from the set, the band's art director Rob Sheridan wrote on Instagram: "My mind is blown that they let us do this and take these pictures."

Earlier this year it was revealed that Queens Of The Stone Age and Nine Inch Nails will embark on a co-headline tour of Australia in 2014 with the headliner decided each night by the toss of a coin. "The first headline band on stage will be decided each night by the toss of a coin. The eight-date run is set to begin at the Sydney Entertainment Centre on 6 March, 2014 and continue on visiting Newcastle, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, Auckland and Christchurch.

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