Nine Inch Nails Release 4K Pro-Shot Video From 2014 Australian Show
Written by Tom Williams on 15th April, 2014
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Industrial rock legends Nine Inch Nails have released a pro-shot live video of their performance of March of the Pigs, recorded at their 14th March 2014 show in Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena. And, all the better, the stunning clip is available online in resolutions from a measly 144p right up to 4K, at a massive 2160p!
The clip, which readers can watch in full below, was filmed on stage by Nine Inch Nails’ art directory Rob Sheridan, using a special 4K-capable camera. It provides a unique and truly high-definition experience of the intensity Nine Inch Nails are renowned for, complete with plenty of smoke, strobe-lights and riveting showmanship from frontman Trent Reznor. March of the Pigs is a cut taken from Nine Inch Nails’ 1994 album The Downward Spiral.
A recent review described the show the Melbourne show as “calculated chaos and convulsive finesse, paired with a masterfully engineered technological phantasm”. So sit back, relax, and enjoy a little high-def slice of the action.
Watch: Nine Inch Nails – March of the Pigs on stage in Melbourne 4K (14/03/14)