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Nine Inch Nails Are Busy Readying Live DVD "Beside You in Time"

December 15, 2006 (4:04 am) GMT
Nine Inch Nails will chronicle the tour in support of its 2005 album "With Teeth" on the DVD "Beside You in Time," due February 27 via Interscope.

It's been a busy period for as the alternative rock band is readying "Beside You in Time," a 19-track DVD chronicling their early 2006 "" supporting tour.

The DVD, due February 27th next year via Interscope in the U.S., will be released in three formats: standard, high-definition, and Blu-Ray, with the latter two featuring "true high definition video audio," according to the band MySpace.

What's more, the set is said to feature 19 songs, two of which, "Right Where It Belongs" and "Beside You in Time", can be viewed from alternate camera angles, plus a variety of bonus features recorded during Nine Inch Nails' summer 2006 trek, music videos for "The Hand That Feeds" and "Only", rehearsal versions of "Love Is Not Enough", "The Collector", and "Every Day Is Exactly the Same" (all from 2005), and an image gallery.

In the meantime, it is reported that Nine Inch Nails are working on a new album, which is scheduled to hit shelves in spring of 2007. They will then embark on a lengthy European tour in February.

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