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*On March 20th, NIN|JA 2009 (ninja2009.com) went live at approximately 9:15 AM PST. From the new site you can download the new NINJA 2009 Tour Sampler including new music from Nine Inch Nails, Jane's Addiction, and Street Sweeper. The new NIN songs included are the long awaited studio recordings of "Not So Pretty Now" and "Non-Entity."
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*On March 20th, NIN|JA 2009 (ninja2009.com) went live at approximately 9:15 AM PST. From the new site you can download the new NINJA 2009 Tour Sampler including new music from Nine Inch Nails, Jane's Addiction, and Street Sweeper (Now called Street Sweeper Social Club). The new NIN songs included are the long awaited studio recordings of "Not So Pretty Now" and "Non-Entity."
 
*On March 5th, Trent Reznor announced via nin.com that Street Sweeper (a new project featuring Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine and The Nightwatchman and Boots Riley of The Coup) would be the opening act for the NIN|JA tour.
 
*On March 5th, Trent Reznor announced via nin.com that Street Sweeper (a new project featuring Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine and The Nightwatchman and Boots Riley of The Coup) would be the opening act for the NIN|JA tour.
 
*On February 16th, Trent Reznor posted on nin.com that NIN were planning a double headliner tour with Jane's Addiction, and reaffirming that after the remaining tour dates, Nine Inch Nails would be on a hiatus.
 
*On February 16th, Trent Reznor posted on nin.com that NIN were planning a double headliner tour with Jane's Addiction, and reaffirming that after the remaining tour dates, Nine Inch Nails would be on a hiatus.

Revision as of 14:08, 26 April 2009

  • On March 20th, NIN|JA 2009 (ninja2009.com) went live at approximately 9:15 AM PST. From the new site you can download the new NINJA 2009 Tour Sampler including new music from Nine Inch Nails, Jane's Addiction, and Street Sweeper (Now called Street Sweeper Social Club). The new NIN songs included are the long awaited studio recordings of "Not So Pretty Now" and "Non-Entity."
  • On March 5th, Trent Reznor announced via nin.com that Street Sweeper (a new project featuring Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine and The Nightwatchman and Boots Riley of The Coup) would be the opening act for the NIN|JA tour.
  • On February 16th, Trent Reznor posted on nin.com that NIN were planning a double headliner tour with Jane's Addiction, and reaffirming that after the remaining tour dates, Nine Inch Nails would be on a hiatus.
  • On January 7th, Trent posted the long-awaited "gift," 405 gigabytes of HD tour footage filmed at several venues on the current tour. Fans are able to edit and distribute this in any way and some groups (thisoneisonus.org) have already begun putting it together.
  • On January 5th, Reznor posted a message on nin.com stating "Remember that gift I mentioned?
    It's almost here."
  • On December 17th, Trent Reznor thanked fans for the completion of 2008 as well as Alessandro Cortini and Josh Freese for their contributions. Reznor also stated rehearsals of the new lineup will take place next year. He also hinted at a possible holiday gift on the website.
  • On November 15th, Trent Reznor reveals that Josh Freese's replacement for the 2009 leg of the Lights In The Sky Tour will be Lostprophets' Ilan Rubin
  • On October 30th, Tapulous releases the NIN edition of their popular iPhone/iPod Touch rhythm game, TapTap Revenge. The game includes 13 NIN tracks from The Slip and Ghosts I-IV, multi-player mode, and NIN-themed graphics.
  • On October 29th, nin.com announces new features are about to be added to the site.
  • On Ocotber 17th, it is announced that a collection of photographs by Rob Sheridan taken from the Lights In The Sky: Over North America 2008 summer tour have been made available for purchase exclusively at frcphotos. Photos are available in two sizes: 11” X 14” and 8” X 10”.