Press Release

August 2000

NINE INCH NAILS SLATE TWO PROJECTS FOR FALL RELEASE

"THINGS FALLING APART" features remixes of songs from "THE FRAGILE" and Live DVD/VHS covers the "Fragility v2.0" North American tour

New York, NY, August 25, 2000 - nine inch nails announce today the release of two projects this fall a remix CD and a live DVD/VHS. Entitled "THINGS FALLING APART," the remix record is slated for a mid-October release and features unreleased material and new remixes from nine inch nails' multi-platinum release "THE FRAGILE." The as-yet-untitled live DVD/VHS is scheduled for a mid-November release and features footage from nine inch nails' visually groundbreaking "Fragility v2.0" concert tour. Both projects were produced by nine inch nails' Trent Reznor. The untitled DVD/VHS marks the first DVD release from nine inch nails and documents the tour that covered 43 North American cities from April 12 through June 18, 2000 to sold-out audiences and rave reviews.

The band's official website, www.nin.com, will feature exclusive news and sneak previews of the remix record and DVD/VHS leading up to their release. The site currently offers a comprehensive archive of exclusive audio and video content from their 1999/2000 tours as well as images, streaming videos, an eMix of "The Big Come Down," and more.

nine inch nails recently received a nomination for a 2000 MTV Video Music Award in the "Breakthrough Video" category for "Into The Void". The track is the second single released from nine inch nails' critically acclaimed CD "THE FRAGILE."

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