The Nine Inch Nails nation is so much more evolved than other music communities that they've organized and decided to put out a DVD of the last-ever Nine Inch Nails show.
Titled Nine Inch Nails : [After All is Said and Done] and shot in 1080p High Definition and mixed in 5.1 surround sound, the video onslaught delivers all 37 songs played during the 3 1/2 hour show. Talk about dedicated fans!
The lineup of contribitors includes people who do this sort of a thing for a living, which includes: professional editors, audio engineers, motion graphics artists, colorists, web designers, blu-ray authors, content creators, artists, and technical consultants.
They've named themselves A Tiny Little Dot (presumably after the NIN lyric), and decided to commit the ultimate gift of giving. They're going to give it away for free.
"As as a “labor of love,” [after all is said and done ] will be offered to the public on an entirely not-for-profit basis. In keeping with the style of past Nine Inch Nails releases, [after all is said and done] will be offered as a 1) deluxe professionally printed and packaged multi-disc Blu-Ray and DVD sets, and alternatively, as an 2) entirely FREE internet download. Both versions will be offered in 1080p High Definition, contain an array of bonus content, and several as-of-yet unannounced features," reads the announcement on their web site.
So you're probably started wondering what the quality is like, compared to the high quality production values of every single piece of Nine Inch Nails video that comes out. Check out the preview trailer that they just released ... it's way over the top and looks incredible.