Nine Inch Nails coheadlined the Dissonance Tour with David Bowie, Trent Reznor’s idol, inspiring much of his first three albums. NIN had just released their most acclaimed and popular album, “The Downward Spiral,” a year prior. Bowie had also just released “Outside,” which was in turn inspired by the industrial electronic music NIN popularized. With admiration for one another, they agreed to tour together, which drew mixed reactions but ultimately showed Bowie’s down-to-earth nature and willingness to evolve with the times. The two performed together for a few songs, most iconically performing “Hurt.” Another band, Prick, opened for this particular show.