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}}'''Daniel Patrick Lohner''' (born December 13, 1970) is a Texas-born musician who has worked with [[Nine Inch Nails]], [[A Perfect Circle]], [[The Damning Well]] and Black Light Burns. Currently, he is working on [[Maynard James Keenan]]'s side-project, [[Puscifer]]. On September 10, 2009, As NIN was playing the final show of their farewell tour in Los Angeles, Lohner sent out a message thanking the band for the "coattail ride", as well as the apparent "rim job".
Lohner has shared songwriting credits for the NIN songs "[[The Perfect Drug (song)|The Perfect Drug]]", "[[Somewhat Damaged]]", "[[Even Deeper]]" and "[[And All That Could Have Been (song)|And All That Could Have Been]]". He appears in the music videos for "[[March Of The Pigs (song)|March Of The Pigs]]", "[[Hurt (song)|Hurt]]" (live), "[[Eraser]]" (live), "[[Wish (song)|Wish]]" (live), "The Perfect Drug" and "[[Into The Void (song)|Into The Void]]".
He does remixes as '''Renholdër''' ("Re: D. Lohner" backwards). A Perfect Circle has a song called "Renholdër", which has a high-pitched voice saying "Hallelujah, Danny Lohner" 22 seconds in when the song is played backwards.