It's been awhile since I posted something on the front page of the archive! Almost a year! Anyways, just like many of you NIN fans who visit here, I hope that this year there will bring some new music coming out of the NIN camp. Would I love a tour? Of course! Been listening to a lot of the 2005 clubs shows as of late, especially 04/28/2005 San Francisco.
Whats new with the site? Well, I have been plugging away on the NIN video drive (setup just like the NIN Audio Drive) and have just over 200 video sources to dig through. As you can see, I have also been adding DVDs that are reasonable in size in the web archive. Check the RSS archive updates feed on the right of this page to check out what has been added in the recent days/months.
Also, I need some help from you!! I am looking for any ticket stub/poster/setlist sheet from any past Nine Inch Nails shows! A lot of you have been awesome already and sent me in a few hundred concert stubs to add to the archive, THANK YOU! But obviously, there are still a lot to acquire! Check the date in the archive to see if there is a stub, if not, please send it over! Photos or scans are totally fine!
I know I have been talking about updating the NIN Audio Drive to v 2.01. But I just have not had time to make the edits to my own NIN Drive! But, all that has been added to the site here is what has been added to the NIN Drive. So if you have kept up on the additions here on the site since the release of the NIN Drive v2.0, you are up to date in what would be on the update!
I am always looking for new sources. If you have taped Nine Inch Nails in the past, audio or video, and do not see it here on the site. Please get in contact with me via email, twitter, smoke signals to have it added to the archive! I am always looking to add more information to unknown recordings here at the site to make it the most comprehensive and detailed archive possible. If you do not have the means to transfer the tape, I can transfer almost every since piece of media you throw at me if you send it over! I will send it back in a reasonable amount of time.
If you have comments, suggestions for the site, please get in touch. If you have been living under a rock, NIN Live Archive and ThisOneIsOnUs teamed up to record the How To Destroy Angels show from Chicago a few years ago and released it last year digitally. If you want a copy, head over to ThisOneIsOnUs to download and watch. The NIN Drive is still available via torrent and after the jump you can download the torrent there.