Nine Inch Nails Send Fans Packages With Mysterious Black Powder

9 Inch Nails’ Not the Actual Events EP was released late last calendar year with minor progress detect. Enthusiasts had been capable to order digital copies of the EP alongside a mysterious accompanying “actual physical ingredient.” Fans are ultimately getting the actual physical deal in the mail, and apparently, it is a messy ordeal. A black sleeve will come with a detailed disclaimer label that gives cryptic warnings like “actions have consequences” and “this will make a mess.” A number of tweets have surfaced showing fans’ fingers protected in a smudgy black powder as they unearthed a sequence of enigmatic photos and texts. Come across some pictures of the deal under.

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Very well this must be intriguing… pic.twitter.com/nvK4UbuU3z

— Matthew Perpetua (@perpetua) March two, 2017

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Just acquired my @nineinchnails #nottheactualevents actual physical ingredient! @ninhotline pic.twitter.com/m7g2QFSd3T

— Morgan Hendry (@morganhendry) March 1, 2017

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@trent_reznor @nineinchnails Opening this was like touching my soul. #nineinchnails pic.twitter.com/hhVZZW4gJV

— Lydia Munster (@LydiaMunster) March 1, 2017

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Who the hell experienced the concept to make packaging like this? This is a 1st. @trent_reznor @nineinchnails pic.twitter.com/rc5jlyU4ia

— Michael Davis (@mykldavis) March 1, 2017

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When Trent Reznor himself trolls you… ❤️ #nin #NineInchNails #nottheactualevents #physicalcomponent pic.twitter.com/2V3VKkZ7Kc

— FoxInShadow (@foxinshadow) March 1, 2017

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