Pretty Hate Machine, Downward Spiral, and Fragile-era t-shirts, hoodies, and more.
OPN at Villain - 11/20/15 (photo via @bendorenfeld) In summer 2014, Daniel Lopatin found himself unexpectedly living the rock and roll lifestyle by proxy on a tour opening for Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden. Far from being the hedonistic experience...
Displaying a surprisingly optimistic outlook for a project that listens to as much Nine Inch Nails as this one, the producer of that notoriously troubled Crow remake tells Variety that the film is still on track to shoot early next year. Show More Summary
Exploring the indie horror game that’s so bleak it needed Nine Inch Nails to lighten things up.
Record Store Day will once again celebrate Black Friday on November 27. The event's organizers have detailed a long list of exclusives, including a new vinyl box set from Nine Inch Nails titled Halo I-IV. Halo I-IV is centered on Trent...Show More Summary
Collecting three 12-inch singles and the complete 1989 version of Pretty Hate Machine.
Charlie Clouser is a name that should be very familiar to horror fans. On top of being a member of the highly influential and regarded industrial group Nine Inch Nails, he’s also the man who composed the music to some of the most loved horror titles in the past 15 years. From Saw to Dead […]
Daniel Barassi of Brat Productions has mashed together the music from “The Hands That Feeds” by Nine Inch Nails with the vocals and video of The Temptations performing “Papa Was a Rolling Stone” on on Soul Train in 1976 to create “Papa Was In Nine Inch Nails“. This video a remix of something Barassi had […]
The nominations for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Class of 2016 have been revealed and the list includes, Cheap Trick, Deep Purple, the Cars, Chicago, Janet Jackson, N.W.A, Nine Inch Nails, the Smiths, Yes. Chaka Khan, Chic, TheShow More Summary
Janet Jackson, Nine Inch Nails, NWA, and Cheap Trick are among the 15 hopefuls vying for a spot in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016. With The Cars, Chaka Khan, Steve Miller, Chicago, and Yes among them, the nominees are "representative of different people's definitions of rock,...
The nominees for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016 have been revealed, with Janet Jackson, Nine Inch Nails, the Smiths and Yes all on the list. Here’s the full list, in alphabetical order: The Cars...
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame shortlist will never satisfy everyone, but the 2016 list of fifteen potential inductees includes an eclectic mix of genres and first-time nominees. …Read More
Janet Jackson's legacy could be immortalized next year in Cleveland: The pop icon has been nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 2016 class, along with Cheap Trick, Chaka Khan, and Chicago. Other first-time nominees now eligible include: the Cars, Steve Miller, Los Lobos, and the J.B.'s. Joining... More »
The 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees have been announced, and first-time nominees include Janet Jackson, Cheap Trick, The Cars, Los Lobos and more. Returning nominees include The Smiths, Nine Inch Nails, N.W.A., Yes, Chic, Deep Purple...
N.W.A., Janet Jackson, The Cars, Deep Purple, and Chic also up for induction.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced nominees for the 2016 induction, including N.W.A., Janet Jackson, Nine Inch Nails, the Smiths, and Chic. Check out the list below. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2016 Nominees: Chicago Cheap Trick Deep Purple The Cars Chaka Khan Chic The JB's Janet Jackson Los Lobos Steve Miller N.W.A. Show More Summary
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame just announced this year's nominees for induction into its ranks. The 15 nominees -- including Janet Jackson, Nine Inch Nails, The Smiths and Chaka Khan -- span many genres, styles and time periods, though...Show More Summary
The nominations for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Class of 2016 are in, and the list includes Chicago, Cheap Trick, Deep Purple, the Cars, Janet Jackson, N.W.A, Nine Inch Nails, the Smiths and Yes. The rest of this year's hopefuls are Chaka Khan, Chic, The J.B.'s, Los Lobos, Steve Miller and the Spinners. The top vote-getters will be...
Robin Finck's slow entry into the video game industry began, as he puts it, "a hundred years ago." Around that time, Finck -- best known as the guitarist for Nine Inch Nails -- ran into Devolver Digital co-founder Mike Wilson in a fairly unconventional place. Show More Summary
Noct, a Kickstarter-funded multiplayer survival horror game, has a soundtrack composed in part by Nick Finck the guitarist from Nine Inch Nails. Noct, which is due October 22 and looks pretty interesting, is the first game Robin Finck has ever worked on. He worked alongside Worldclock, another musician. Noct earned over CAD$36,000 on Kickstarter a […]