Trent Reznor Calls Bonnaroo Nine Inch Nails' Last U.S. Show Ever

Trent Reznor Calls Bonnaroo Nine Inch Nails' Last U.S. Show Ever
There must be something in the bong water down in Tennessee, as the announcement of retirement is becoming a yearly tradition at the annual Bonnaroo Festival. Last year, it was M.I.A. who announced her short-lived retirement from music. This year, Nine Inch Nails front-man Trent Reznor has decided to call it quits.

As the Associated Press is reporting, the outspoken alterna-forefather opened up during his set on Saturday night. "It just dawned on me that this is our last show ever in the United States," he said. "Don't be sad. I'll keep going. But I think I'm going to lose my... mind if I keep doing this, and I have to stop."

Reznor recently hinting in a fan interview that Nine Inch Nails would soon quit playing live, citing his own mental health and to "make Nine Inch Nails a precious thing." As previously reported, Nine Inch Nails are currently wrapping up a world tour with Jane's Addiction and perhaps that may soon mark the end of Nine Inch Nails' touring career.