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Danny Lohner

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Danny Lohner
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Instruments: Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Years: 1994-2001
Tours: Self Destruct-Fragility

Daniel Patrick Lohner (born December 13, 1970) is a Texas-born musician who has worked with Nine Inch Nails, A Perfect Circle, The Damning Well and Black Light Burns. Currently, he is working on Maynard James Keenan's side-project, Puscifer. On September 10, 2009, As NIN was playing the final show of their farewell tour in Los Angeles, Lohner sent out a message thanking the band for the "coattail ride", as well as the apparent "rim job".

Lohner has shared songwriting credits for the NIN songs "The Perfect Drug", "Somewhat Damaged", "Even Deeper" and "And All That Could Have Been". He appears in the music videos for "March Of The Pigs", "Hurt" (live), "Eraser" (live), "Wish" (live), "The Perfect Drug" and "Into The Void".

He does remixes as Renholdër ("Re: D. Lohner" backwards). A Perfect Circle has a song called "Renholdër", which has a high-pitched voice saying "Hallelujah, Danny Lohner" 22 seconds in when the song is played backwards.

Contents

Body Of Work

Nine Inch Nails

Marilyn Manson

Hyde (Japan)

  • Faith (bass on tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)

A Perfect Circle

  • Thirteenth Step (guitar on "The Noose", additional production)
  • eMOTIVE
  • aMOTION

ASHES dIVIDE

  • Keep Telling Myself It's Alright (co-producer)

Hollywood Undead

  • Desperate Measures (producer)
  • Swan Songs (producer)

Fear And The Nervous System

  • Fear And The Nervous System (producer)

Holy Grail

  • Crisis In Utopia (producer)

Film Work

Coming soon.

External Links

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