Nine Inch Nails made sure their homecoming concert in Cleveland over the weekend was memorable.
According to Consequence, the "Closer" outfit reunited with several former members during the show, including Chris Vrenna, Danny Lohner, Charlie Clouser and Richard Patrick. Patrick played guitar alongside Trent Reznor on tour in support of NIN's debut album, 1989's Pretty Hate Machine, before leaving to start his own band, Filter.
Reznor brought out the reformed lineup to play a few songs from the early days of NIN, including "Wish" and the show-closing "Head Like a Hole," as well as a performance of Filter's "Hey Man Nice Shot."
Patrick posted multiple video from the concert on his Instagram Story.
The day before the Cleveland show, Reznor and company reunited at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's Nine Inch Nails Fan Day, which features an hour-long discussion with the group.
Nine Inch Nails was inducted into the Rock Hall in 2020. Reznor and six other members were officially enshrined, including Vrenna and Lohner but not Patrick and Clouser.