Nine Inch Nails' set at Austin City Limits will premiere April 5 on PBS as a prelude to the series' 40th anniversary season. The show was filmed last November, making it their first ever set for Austin City Limits.
During a recent AMA Reznor spoke more about the event: “I have a lot of respect for ACL and I wanted us to be a guest on THEIR show, not to convert their show into our concert. It was unusual to perform in that environment, and ended up being one of the best shows I think we played.”
After it's television premiere, fans can catch the performance online on the show's website. The episode will also re-air to kick off the 40th season this fall.
Reznor caused an uproar after The 2014 Grammy's cut his performance short. The next day he sent out a tweet saying “Music's biggest night. . . to be disrespected. A heartfelt F*** YOU guys.”
Nine Inch Nails are currently touring over in Japan and will hit Australia, Europe, and Latin America during Spring and Summer. Their current album “Hesitation Marks” is out now. To get your copy make sure to visit their website.