Self Destruct Tour
This tour took place between April and August 1994 in North America and Europe in support of The Downward Spiral and ended with the famous Woodstock '94 performance. The tour is part of the Self Destruct Touring Cycle. Opening acts for this tour were Die Krupps, Fem 2 Fem, Marilyn Manson, PIG, Treponem Pal and Type O Negative.
- Robin Finck: Guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
- Danny Lohner: Bass, guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
- Trent Reznor: Vocals, guitar, keyboards
- Chris Vrenna: Drums
- James Woolley: Keyboards, programming, backing vocals
The stage setup for this tour was somewhat basic. An onstage lighting detail was provided by very tall columns with a single spotlight atop each one. There was a large draped backdrop (apparently made of rubber) and chunks of linen-like fabric hung across the top of the stage structure. There was also a three-piece scrim at the front of the stage that would be pulled away during the first song. The drums and main keyboard were both on large wooden risers with fake blood stains.
- "Terrible Lie"
- "March Of The Pigs"
- "Something I Can Never Have"
- "The Only Time"
- "Get Down Make Love"
- "Down In It"
- "Big Man With A Gun"
- "Head Like A Hole"
- "Dead Souls"
- "Help Me I Am In Hell"
- "Happiness In Slavery"
Also "Burn" made its live debut on the second to last show of the tour.
|1994/05/18 Dublin, Ireland||SFX Centre|
|1994/05/20 Wolverhampton, UK||Civic Hall|
|1994/05/21 Glasgow, UK||Barrowlands|
|1994/05/22 Manchester, UK||The Academy|
|1994/05/24 London, UK||The Forum|
|1994/05/25 London, UK||The Forum|
|1994/05/26 London, UK||The Forum|
|1994/05/28 Ghent, Belgium||Vooruit|
|1994/05/30 Paris, France||Le Bataclan|
|1994/05/31 Amsterdam, Netherlands||The Paradiso|
|1994/06/02 Frankfurt, Germany||Live Music Hall|
|1994/06/03 Berlin, Germany||Huxley's Neue Welt|
|1994/06/05 Stockholm, Sweden||Gino's (CANCELLED)|
|1994/06/07 Hamburg, Germany||The Docks|
|1994/06/08 Dusseldorf, Germany||Tor 3|
|1994/06/09 Munich, Germany||Charterhalle|
|1994/06/11 Vienna, Austria||Summer Arena|
|1994/06/12 Prague, Czech Republic||Lucerna Hall|
|1994/07/29 Atlanta, GA||Fox Theatre|
|1994/07/30 Atlanta, GA||Fox Theatre|
|1994/08/03 Poughkeepsie, NY||Mid-Hudson Civic Center|
|1994/08/06 Barrie, ON||Molson Park|
|1994/08/11 Fairfax, VA||Patriot Centre|
|1994/08/13 Saugerties, NY||Woodstock '94|