Zero Sum live would have been incredible (the piano melody after In This Twilight, which closed many of the shows, doesn't count).
Nine Inch Nails
Tool + NIN = Vaginal Boner! But of course if i had to choose just one.... Trent all the way.... he is my man meat, I answer to him and only him.
...it's not bad, but it's not great either; and in your heart you kind of know that although it sounds all right...it's actually just shite.
As for Tool, I could break out a Mr. Fuzz moment, but I won't. But I will say that I become deeply immersed in the 17 minutes of Wings for Marie/10000 Days everytime I listen to it.
Tool haz vizualz?
Did any of you go to the wave-good bye tour. There were people from all over the place,seen NIN several times , and been waiting in line over 24 hours to get in front.Tickets were $60 something dollars for a small venue . And one of the obsessive fans that i met only started seeing NIN in 06 and that particular person lost her husband ,house,job and i dont wanna even get started with her kids to be this scary obsessive NIN fan .Also that particular person i think said she has seen NIN around 27-40 something times.
NIN has also done a free show for SD after their drummer had heart attack after playing for 45min and the second show was like another 2+hour show.
Last year at the Tool show in Phoenix this lady next to me turns and screams, "this is my 37th show!"
I thought I was bad.
It all depends what you're looking for, industrial or progressive rock. They're both the best in their respective genres.
I wish u ask when was her first tool show.
That chick that was obsessed with NIN saw 27-40 something shows in three years!!!
what would make a goodIt all depends what you're looking for, industrial or progressive rock. They're both the best in their respective genres.
Don't quote me on this, I'll try to find where I read this so that it's not just made up..
i like the point about industrial rock vs progressive rock being the main difference. Tool is king of prog, NIN of industrial.
such a good point
the busy bee has no time for sorrow.
What I find amusing is that all these people claiming Nine Inch Nails is the 'king of industrial' probably don't even listen to shit like Kraftwerk, Skinny Puppy or Ministry.
Then again, I don't expect most people who listen to Tool to be all that privy to the likes of King Crimson, Yes or Rush even.
Where are all the posers in the house?
Neil Peart is one of DC's inspirations, I believe. I love them both since I drum as well.
And you might remember that Kraftwerk puts on one helluva Visual Tour de France
EDIT: And how could I forget about Frippertronics!