Father John Misty covered his “favorite love song,” Nine Inch Nails’ seminal track “Closer”, at Chicago’s Riviera Theater last night. A few weeks ago, Misty covered Rihanna’s “Kiss It Better” in Santa Ana, and back in December we heard him play John Lennon’s “God” at LA’s Troubadour. Watch him do “Closer” below.
Last night, Father John Misty performed at the Riviera Theater in Chicago, IL. At one point, he joked, "It's a little sappy but I would like to play my favorite love song for you"—before proceeding to cover Nine Inch Nails' "Closer."...Show More Summary
"It's a little sappy."
For over twenty years, Peter Christopherson’s BROKEN has been an eerie- and, for the most part, elusive- piece of rock ‘n’ roll history. Part music video, Part horror art film, this NSFW companion piece to Nine Inch Nail’s BROKEN EP has never had an official release, and to this day even remains somewhat of a difficult […]
Nathan WIlliams and Co. share a surfy, blippy version of the Pretty Hate Machine classic.
Spirit Club, Wavves frontman Nathan Williams’ side project with his brother Joel and Jeans Wilder’s Andrew Caddick, are currently working on the follow-up to last year’s self-titled debut. We heard one new song, “Fast Ice,” way back in May 2015, and now they’re getting ready to share a demo version of “Room To Run” next […]
Wavves' Nathan Williams' band Spirit Club—comprised of himself, his brother/Sweet Valley partner Joel, and Andrew Caddick (aka Jeans Wilder)—have shared a cover of Nine Inch Nails' Pretty Hate Machine classic "That's What I Get." It's...Show More Summary
Artist Russell Mills made 'Cargo In The Blood' to commemorate his collaboration with Trent Reznor, creating 2,000 limited-edition art books, each one with its own original artwork.
Industrial music had its brief moment in the sun in the alt-rock Nineties, when a band as confrontational as Nine Inch Nails could get mainstream radio play and have its S&M-inflected videos in regular rotation on MTV. Now, a new group is following in the combat boot steps of NIN, Nitzer...
The Portland-based Makers Of The Year's Strangest Metal Records Explain How They Were Inspired By Drone Masters And Nine Inch Nails.
I can't remember how this got started. But I can tell you exactly how it will end. Everyday is exactly the same. This is from the Nine Inch Nail song, Everyday is Exactly the Same. It strikes a familiar tone with my daily life. I already know how my day will end because it's all the same. Show More Summary
1. Nine Inch Nails, “Starfuckers, Inc.” (1999) In October 2015, Courtney Love alleged in a Los Angeles Times interview that Nine Inch Nails’ The Downward Spiral contains a “very mean” song about her. While she didn’t provide specifics,...Show More Summary
The Avett Brothers are following their music from the banjos and acoustic guitars toward some of their influences; Pink Floyd, Nine Inch Nails, Tom Petty and others on their upcoming Rick Rubin-produced release “True Sadness” The North Carolina roots band’s announcement arrived with a letter from frontmen, Seth Avett, which goes into detail about the [...]
The Grammy-nominated folk group return with a record inspired by the likes of Nine Inch Nails, Queen, and Tom Petty.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2016 ceremony has already had enough drama for the next three ceremonies. After some initial objections to N.W.A. over Nine Inch Nails, and the back and forth of Peter Cetera and “ChicagoGate,” former Deep Purple guitarist Ritchie Blackmore will not be attending the ceremony either. Blackmore issued a […]
Sounds like: Flume, Nine Inch Nails, NERD Song: THEY. - Motley Crue (Away Remix) What's so good? I love it you're listening to a track and you get all comfortable, thinking you know what it's about. Then, all of the sudden, it gets turned on its head in a really unexpected but skillful way. That is exactly what L.A. Show More Summary
In Hear This, The A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week: Now that we’re a few weeks into our new year’s resolutions, we’re featuring songs about giving up. Nine Inch Nails, “Gave Up” (1992) Nine Inch Nails’...Show More Summary
When Nine Inch Nails and David Bowie teamed up for a tour in the summer of 1995, they faced a pretty thorny question: Who would headline? At this point in their careers, Nine Inch Nails were a much bigger draw on the concert circuit than Bowie, but Trent Reznor couldn't...
What's so good? Trent Reznor has spoken about the loss of “father figure” David Bowie for the first time since his untimely passing.The Nine Inch Nails front man credited the icon for helping him to get sober, while also highlighting his far reaching impact on both the music industry and him personally. Show More Summary
Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor grew up idolizing David Bowie, and then was given the chance to tour alongside him in the late '90s, as well as star in Bowie's "I'm Afraid of Americans" video. In Rolling Stone's new David Bowie tribute issue, Reznor reflects on the experience of working with the... More »