MUSIC NEWS: Nine. Inch. Nails. on Austin City Limits TV Premieres April 5 | Sneak Preview Video

Austin City Limits (ACL) announces a special broadcast featuring NINE INCH NAILS making a rare television appearance in an epic, full-hour performance. The new episode premieres on Saturday, April 5th as a preview of ACL's 40th Anniversary Season. NIN's arena-worthy ACL debut showcases ten songs, and will encore during the PBS music series Season 40, launching in the fall of 2014. ACL airs weekly on PBS stations nationwide (check local listings for times) and full episodes are made available online at video.pbs.org/programs/austin-city-limits immediately following the initial broadcast. ACL just wrapped up its current season of new episodes and the Peabody Award-winning series continues to broadcast fan-favorite encore episodes weekly until the new season premieres this fall. Viewers can stay tuned to acltv.com for episode schedules, news regarding live streams of upcoming tapings and 40th Anniversary updates.

Nine Inch Nails joins the list of legendary artists that have performed on ACL. NIN's Trent Reznor and the seven-piece Tension Tour band—Alessandro Cortini, Josh Eustis, Robin Finck, Lisa Fischer, Sharlotte Gibson, Pino Palladino and Ilan Rubin—deliver an electrifying performance that is a masterpiece of tension and release. In his remarks from the ACL stage, Reznor said: “We didn't want to make ACL a NIN show. We wanted to be out of our element.” Reznor added in a recent Reddit AMA: “I have a lot of respect for ACL and I wanted us to be a guest on THEIR show, not to convert their show into our concert. It was unusual to perform in that environment, and ended up being one of the best shows I think we played.”

NIN deliver one of the best live shows on the planet, are considered a pioneer in the industrial music movement and have been highly influential in the evolution of electronic music. The band recently released their first album in five years, the critically-acclaimed Hesitation Marks, which Spin magazine called “the most important artistic statement from Reznor since the late 90s” and Rolling Stone hailed “one of his best” in a four-star lead review.

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