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Live 2013-2014 is a series of tours to promote Hesitation Marks.

Contents

Festival Tour

This tour took place between July and September 2013 in Asia, Europe and the United States.

Line-Up

Changes

Though Eric Avery and Adrian Belew were originally slated to be part of the touring lineup[1], both dropped out during rehearsals. Avery felt overwhelmed by the idea of going on tour after just having finished a major tour with Garbage, and also wanted to focus on some studio work.[2] Belew stated simply that "it didn't work."[3] Robin Finck was brought back to replace Belew, and Josh Eustis' duties were then expanded to include bass.

Stage Set-Up

This tour utilized several mobile LED screens behind the band, which would supply lighting and also background footage during certain portions of the set. The production and lighting were again designed by Rob Sheridan, Roy Bennett and Moment Factory, who also worked on the 2008 Lights In The Sky Tour and the How To Destroy Angels Live 2013 tour. The production also made use of Kinect for interactive video manipulation. The band members arrived onstage at the beginning of the set one member at a time and their silhouettes were projected onto the background, which are references to Talking Heads' 1984 concert film, Stop Making Sense. [4] The silhouettes are also reminiscent of those at the beginning of shows on Depeche Mode's Devotional tour.

Typical Setlist

  1. "Copy Of A"
  2. "Sanctified" or "Disappointed"
  3. "Came Back Haunted"
  4. "1,000,000"
  5. "March Of The Pigs"
  6. "Piggy"
  7. "Terrible Lie"
  8. "Burn"
  9. "Closer"
  10. "Gave Up"
  11. "Help Me I Am In Hell"
  12. "Me, I'm Not" or "The Warning"
  13. "Find My Way"
  14. "The Way Out Is Through"
  15. "Wish"
  16. "Survivalism"
  17. "Only"
  18. "The Hand That Feeds"
  19. "Head Like A Hole"
  20. "Hurt"

Variation

Setlists for the three non-festival dates were longer and also more varied since minimal production was used. Other songs played during these shows include (in order of commonality): "Somewhat Damaged," "The Beginning Of The End," "I'm Afraid Of Americans," "The Good Soldier," "Pinion," "Dead Souls," "La Mer," "The Day The World Went Away," and "The Line Begins To Blur."

Dates

Tension 2013

This tour took place between September and November 2013 in North America.

Line-Up

Stage Set-Up

The production for this leg was very different from the festival dates and was again a collaboration by Rob Sheridan, Roy Bennett and Moment Factory. When this leg was originally announced, Reznor was quoted as saying that it "picks up where Lights in the Sky left off" and that it was "the full-on Nine Inch Nails live experience realized as we never could before." It featured heavy use of "stealth screens", like those from the aforementioned tour, which could be raised and lowered throughout the set and which presented elaborate visuals. A unique lighting element was also added in the form of a number of nine-paneled geometric lighting rigs suspended over the band.

Typical Setlist

  1. "Copy Of A"
  2. "1,000,000"
  3. "Terrible Lie"
  4. "March Of The Pigs"
  5. "Piggy" or "Reptile"
  6. "All Time Low"
  7. "Disappointed"
  8. "Came Back Haunted"
  9. "Find My Way"
  10. "Sanctified"
  11. "The Frail"
  12. "The Wretched"
  13. "The Big Come Down"
  14. "Survivalism"
  15. "Running"
  16. "A Warm Place"
  17. "Somewhat Damaged"
  18. "Wish"
  19. "The Hand That Feeds"
  20. "Head Like A Hole"
    -Encore-
  21. "Various Methods Of Escape"
  22. "Even Deeper"
  23. "While I'm Still Here"
  24. "Black Noise"
  25. "Hurt"

Variation

The setlists for the Tension 2013 tour had more variation on a song-by-song basis than the Festival Tour and songs could be shuffled around a good bit between nights, so though certain songs are predictable, the order may not be. Examples include:

Two shows, the Austin City Limits taping and the second Las Vegas show, featured a re-structured set, opening with "All Time Low" instead of "Copy Of A" and featuring other minor song order tweaks. The performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! was a five song 'mini-concert' and acted as a sort of sampler for the Tension tour and new album. For this reason, "All Time Low" and "Came Back Haunted" are the only two songs that were technically played at every show.

Dates

Oceania/Asia Tour

This tour took place during February and March 2014 and the Australia/New Zealand dates were a co-headlining tour with Queens Of The Stone Age. Which band played first was determined by a coin toss.[5] For the Japanese shows, Alessandro Cortini performed an instrumental support set. Brody Dalle opened for Australia and New Zealand shows.

Line-Up

  • Alessandro Cortini: Keyboards, programming, guitar, bass, backing vocals
  • Robin Finck: Guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Trent Reznor: Vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Ilan Rubin: Drums, guitar, bass, keyboards, backing vocals

Stage Set-Up

The setup for this leg was minimal and a departure from previous legs. No screens or projections were used, but it consisted instead of banks of various spotlights behind and above the band, as well as the overhead lighting panels that were used during the Tension tour.

Typical Setlist

to be announced

Dates

NIN + QOTSA

Latin America Tour

This tour took place during March and April 2014.

Line-Up

Stage Set-Up

The setup for this leg was minimal and a departure from previous legs. No screens or projections were used, but it consisted instead of banks of various spotlights behind and above the band, as well as the overhead lighting panels that were used during the Tension tour.

Typical Setlist

to be announced

Dates

Europe/UK Tour

This tour will take place during May and June 2014.

Line-Up

to be announced

Stage Set-Up

to be announced

Typical Setlist

to be announced

Dates

NIN + Soundgarden

This tour will take place during July and August 2014 in North America and will be a co-headlining tour with Soundgarden. The Pemberton Festival show is not technically co-headlining, but will still include Soundgarden.

Line-Up

to be announced

Stage Set-Up

to be announced

Typical Setlist

to be announced

Dates

Festival Show

NIN + Soundgarden

Unabridged Dates

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