On Saturday, September 24th, Nine Inch Nails played a triumphant near-hometown show in the Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, with core influences Ministry and Nitzer Ebb opening. Making it even more momentous, Trent Reznor and his current band were joined by four NIN alums — Chris Vrenna, Danny Lohner, Charlie Clouser and Filter frontman Richard Patrick — for the last six songs of their career-spanning set.
Those six songs included a first-time-every cover of Filter's 1995 hit "Hey Man, Nice Shot," with Patrick taking on lead vocals, as well as an explosive performance of Broken EP standout "Wish." Today (September 26th), Nine Inch Nails released pro-shot footage of the latter. Filmed right in the heat of the action, it captures the energy of the one-off mega-reunion in all its epic glory. Watch above.
In full, the lineup in the video includes Reznor, Clouser, Lohner, Patrick, Vrenna, Alessandro Cortini, Robin Finck, Atticus Ross and Ilan Rubin.