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Nine Inch Nails surprise fans with intimate NYC club show

Trent Reznor brought hard rock and mesmerizing electronics to Manhattan's Webster Hall in support of latest EP 'Add Violence.'        

Trent Reznor: “When I Hear Grizzly Bear In A Volkswagen Commercial, It Kind Of Bums Me Out”

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Nine Inch Nails are now fully back. Last week, the band released the new EP ADD VIOLENCE, which followed last year's Not The Actual Events. And there's another EP coming sometimes soon, as well. Vulture reports that ADD VIOLENCE is "the second in a planned trio of releases all connected by the same cryptic story…

Nine Inch Nails release Add Violence EP — listen

Today, Trent Reznor’s Nine Inch Nails have released a new EP, Add Violence, the second in a planned trilogy. The first installment, Not the Actual Events, was released late last year. Ahead of the release, NIN shared “Less Than” and “This Isn’t the Place”, but now that it’s out you can stream... Continue reading

Stream Nine Inch Nails ADD VIOLENCE

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Nine Inch Nails just released a new EP called ADD VIOLENCE, the follow-up to last year's Not The Actual Events. We heard lead single "Less Than" last month, and earlier this week NIN debuted "This Isn't The Place." Now, you can stream ADD VIOLENCE in its entirety below.

Watch Nine Inch Nails Debut Haunting David Bowie Cover At First Show In Three Years

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Last night, Nine Inch Nails played Bakersfield's Rabobank Arena, marking their first live show in three years. The band, who will release the new ADD VIOLENCE EP tomorrow, debuted a bunch of songs during the show, including the new single "Less Than" and songs from last year's Not The Actual Events EP. But the most…

Listen to Nine Inch Nails' spooky new song, 'This Isn't the Place'

6 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

This Friday July 21st, Nine Inch Nails will release a 5-song EP titled Add Violence. (more…)

Hear Nine Inch Nails' new song "This Isn't the Place"

On Friday, July 21, Trent Reznor’s Nine Inch Nails will release a new EP, Add Violence—the second EP in a trio, following last December’s Not the Actual Events. Last week we heard “Less Than”, today the band has shared another new track, “This Isn’t the Place”. Listen below. Continue reading

NINE INCH NAILS share artwork and second video from new ADD VIOLENCE EP out THIS FRIDAY, justify all my INDISCRIMINATE CAPS

I probably wouldn’t even normally be sitting here telling you all this, but…let’s face facts, guys: A) Trent Reznor’s whole CREEPY BADASS ZOMBIE-ELVIS SEX SYMBOL CACHE HAS NEVER BEEN HIGHER. And B) I FUCKING LOVE a plausible excuse for WRITING THINGS IN CAPS, and Nine Inch Nails are perfect for that kind of intense-looking shit. Show More Summary

Nine Inch Nails Release Somber New Track “This Isn’t the Place”

Alex Lieu directed the music video for Nine Inch Nails’ somber new track “This Isn’t the Place” off their forthcoming EP Add Violence, out this Friday, July 21st. The EP and forthcoming shows are inspired by “anti-technology,” Reznor said on Beats 1. TRACKLIST: 01. LESS THAN 02. THE LOVERS 03. THIS ISN’T THE PLACE 04. […]

Nine Inch Nails share "This Isn't The Place" off 'Add Violence' EP

Unlike poppy lead single "Less Than," "This Isn't The Place" is eerie and atmospheric. It's more proof that there's no telling what moves Trent Reznor & co will pull in 2017. Continue reading…

Nine Inch Nails – “This Isn’t The Place”

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Nine Inch Nails are releasing a new EP, ADD VIOLENCE, on Friday -- it's the second in a trilogy that includes last year's Not The Actual Events EP -- and last week we heard "Less Than" from it. Today, Trent Reznor has shared another one of its five tracks; this one's called "This Isn't The…

Nine Inch Nails Reveal “Important” ADD VIOLENCE Back Cover

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Nine Inch Nails have a new EP, ADD VIOLENCE, coming out at the end of this week. Its front cover depicts a machine with a bunch of different knobs and buttons, and today Trent Reznor has revealed its back cover, and apparently it is very important. So says a post on the NIN site: "REMEMBER…

Nine Inch Nails Announce Warm-Up Show Next Week

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Yesterday, Nine Inch Nails released a new song, "Less Than," from an EP, ADD VIOLENCE, that'll be released next week. Its release coincides with the band's return to the stage -- they're performing at FYF Fest in Los Angeles on 7/23 -- and they've just announced a warm-up show for next Wednesday night (7/19) in…

NIN's LESS THAN Video Revives Polybius Urban Legend

Nine Inch Nails released a music video for their new single off their upcoming EP, Add Violence, titled "LESS THAN" earlier today. The music features gameplay footage from Polybius and has some gamers believing that Trent Reznor is invoking an urban legend from the 1980's. The music video splices in Reznor's lyrics over gameplay from Polybius. Show More Summary

Nine Inch Nails' new Add Violence EP out next week

Nine Inch Nails are releasing a new EP next week called Add Violence, the second of a planned trilogy of EPs. The five-track project is out next week, July 21, digitally. NIN kicked the trilogy off last December with Not the Actual Events. Listen to a track from the EP, “Less Than”,... Continue reading

Nine Inch Nails Announce New EP ADD VIOLENCE, Debut New Song and Music Video ‘LESS THAN’

Trent Reznor is a man of his word, apparently. The Nine Inch Nails front man recently promised that the Christmas time release Not the Actual Events would be followed by two more EPs, and that the next one would drop before the band performs live this year. Per Stereogum, Reznor ... More »

Newswire: Nine Inch Nails rolls with the times, calls new EP Add Violence

Now deeply into the “do whatever the hell I want, when I want” phase of his career, Trent Reznor announced today that Nine Inch Nails will drop a new EP a week from tomorrow. And because Reznor and collaborator Atticus Ross are, like everyone else, acutely aware of the shitshow surrounding us these days, they’re calling the EP Add Violence. Show More Summary

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