In an interesting attempt to make other human beings interact with other human beings, NIN has made it virtually impossible to buy tickets for their latest tour anywhere other than in person on the day they go on sale. While one could assume this is a feable attempt to appeal to the hipsters who will find this as a true novelty, I also think it’s mildly brilliant.
I remember the days where you had to stand in line for hours and hours to get concert tickets, and you got what you got. But there was no computer picking a random seat for you. So cheers NIN, I’m loving it.
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I'm a screenwriter, journalist, independent filmmaker and photographer when time permits. I cut my teeth in Journalism with Klusterfuct Magazine, Fringe Magazine and finally Your Music Magazine interview bands such as Rob Zombie, Korn, Unearth, Shadows Fall, Rise Against, All That Remains and many more. Fed up with the politics involved in working for someone else I ventured out on my own journey and started creating short films in hopes to one day create feature films, but alas I missed writing about bands that mean so much to me, so here I am...fighting the good fight, fighting the metal fight!