Happy holidays, Nine Inch Nails fans. The site NINLive.com has spent six years compiling, editing and organizing recordings of as many shows by the band as possible, and the entire archive is now available for fans to download as a torrent. There are recordings of some 575 different concerts available, from more than 900 different sources, totaling 527 gigabytes of audio. Fans can either download the entire thing or send the site an external hard drive, which will be sent back with the entire archive on it.
More information on the files, their quality, how they were compiled and how to get them are available at the site.
The project apparently has the full support of Nine Inch Nails main man Trent Reznor.
Reznor reactivated Nine Inch Nails in 2013 after a four-year hiatus for an album called Hesitation Marks and an extensive world tour.
His collaboration with Atticus Ross on the score of the movie Gone Girl recently landed the pair their third Golden Globes nomination. They were nominated twice before for their scores for The Social Network and The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, winning for the former.