Trent Reznor might be a rockstar prima donna doucheturd in real life, but he’s certainly managed to maintain the appearance of being a cool, down-to-earth dude – whether it’s because he’s telling fans not to pay for his albums that the record labels are charging a ridiculous markup on, or giving shit away for free, or publicly criticizing his peers that have gone soft.

No wonder his fans follow suit – the dude is leading by example. First, after Nine Inch Nails performed The Downward Spiral in its entirety as part of the “Wave Goodbye” tour, some fans who had filmed the concert edited it all together in a semi-professional package so all the world could share in the goodness (and Reznor actually endorsed their actions, calling it “the best concert film of the year” and offering it for free download on their site). Now, a group of fifteen-plus fans who also happen to be professionals in various audio, video, and other media fields have put together NIN: [after all is said and done], a concert film of NIN’s three-and-a-half-hour (allegedly) final live performance. And they’re selling it on DVD and Blu-Ray for a whopping ten bucks, none of which is actually for profit – they just wanna share the love with their fellow NIN devotees. How awesome is that?

The group call themselves A Tiny Little Dot, and you can order a DVD or Blu-Ray from them here (and, yes, I did just order one). The trailer is above. The footage looks pretty incredible, and the show featured guest appearances by Gary Neuman, Dave Navarro, The Dillinger Escape Plan, and more… plus, it’s Nine Inch Nails, who absolutely kill(ed?) live. So this is totally worth your money if you’re fan. Go get it.


[via Blabbermouth]

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