Do you think your place on this tour is an increase in respect for industrial
music in general and for nine inch nails in particular? Do you think industrial
will cross over into the mainstream?
Reznor: I don't know. I don't know that we're an industrial band, we've
been tagged as that, and I don't mind the tag so much. If we are an industrial
band we're on the outskirts. We're not a classical example of an industrial
band. If it turns people on to music we like and influenced us, that's
cool, but as for it being the next big thing I don't know.
You're actually opening up for Guns 'n Roses in Europe, how did that come
Well, axle likes us and we kinda made friends with and came on the tour.
It will be an experiment [laughes]. I'm excited about it, we've been fans
of theirs, so it kinda works out.
Any plans for a new nine inch nails record?
Yeah, I'm working on it right now and um, the writing procedure and should
be done i would hope by the end of the year.
Even if there wasn't one band I wanted to see, as a consumer I would go
see this. Potentially have a lot of fun.
not being able to play in Phoenix:
I guess what happened was a lot of our equipment was sitting out baking
in the desert heat. Since we are an electronically based band, when the
main part of your show becomes ruined, becomes melted which is what I think
happened, it's cutting out and becoming a nightmare it was an incompitence
on the crew's part became an embarresing situation, so we'd liek to apologize
to our fans they came out to see us because we really wanted to do a good
show, but it was a nightmare. We're prepared for a really hostile reaction;
but I think it will be all right, it can only get better from here It's
hard to have our show in an outside daylight enviroments so we'll see what
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