NIN's pro-shot Lollapalooza Brazil and Argentina shows surface online

We know that you can’t travel to every corner of the map to see your favorite acts play, but Nine Inch Nails tend to make it easier than most acts when it comes to catching some of their standout performances. This rings true again as pro-shot concert footage from both their Lollapalooza show in Brazil and Argentina have hit the Internet.

Both performances clock in at just under an hour and a half, but the quality of the video is top notch in both cases, giving you a bird’s eye view of Trent Reznor and his band as they unleash differing sets at each venue.

In the Lollapalooza Brasil concert, seen above, the band opens the show with a combination of ‘Pinion’ and ‘The Eater of Dreams.’ The ‘Hesitation Marks’ track ‘Find My Way,’ ‘Letting Go’ from ‘The Slip,’ and the classic cut ”Burn’ also found their way into the set list, but were shifted out for the Argentina show.

As for the Lollapalooza Argentina show, which was held in Buenos Aires, the video starts off by cutting in to the band’s performance of ‘Somewhat Damaged.’ Apparently, ‘A Warm Place,’ which opened the show, was left out of the concert video. The Argentina show also featured the ‘Hesitation Marks’ singles, ‘Came Back Haunted’ and ‘Copy of A’ that were left out of the Brazil performance. You can see the Argentina show below, along with the set lists for both shows.