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Nine Inch Nails had their Austin City Limits debut on Monday, November 5th at the Moody Theater. The band currently features a bass player, four multi-instrumentalists, two back up singers and Trent Reznor. We all know that Trent Reznor is NIN and that’s evident during their live set. He’s definitely the band leader and his [...]
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin Nine Inch Nails, who play Primavera in Spain this May, kicked off a three night run of sold out shows at Studio Coast in Tokyo on 2/25. Since it's right around the corner, we decided...
Okay, so this is more than a few years late but it’s still awesome and I have a feeling many of you might not have heard this. Below is a fantastic mash up that takes the classic track “Come Together” from The Beatles and mashes... Read More
It's been more than a month since the ground has been bereft of snow. Today is the 35th consecutive day with at least an inch of snow being measured in Central Park. For nine of those days the snow was at least a foot deep. While that is certainly a long spell it is nowhere near the record of 56 straight days set back in 1948. [ more › ]
About a month ago I shared some awesome news about the return of a rare, nearly forgotten collaboration between two giants from the golden era of industrial music: the EP Recoiled, featuring tracks from the classic Nine Inch Nails albums Broken and The Downward Spiral, retooled with ominous intent by occult-themed experimental music pioneers Coil. Show More Summary
Nearly broke the 40 speed record while tying the record for fewest steps taken, despite being nine inches shorter than Calvin Johnson.
Bassist Zander Zon has posted an incredible solo bass cover of Nine Inch Nails‘ classic track “Hurt”. While the title says that it’s a cover of NIN’s, I personally think it sounds more like a cover of Johnny Cash‘s 2002 cover. So, it’s a cover... Read More
As noted last year, Nine Inch Nails haven’t historically performed on TV that much, possibly because, as witnessed last month, Trent Reznor does not take kindly to less than ideal circumstances. Thus, the band’s upcoming episode of Austin City Limits promises to provide recorded history’s most consecutive minutes of televised Reznor. The episode doesn’t air [...]
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Krisp, Tool, Nine Inch Nails Song: Jean Jacket - Super Party Cups [download here] What's so good? Jean Jacket is fronted by Miami-based Harlowe G., who started the band as a solo project....Show More Summary
Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age has shown the world that Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor isn’t the only rocker who isn’t mincing words after the Grammys. While Reznor’s wrath was related to being cut short at the Grammys finale (while onstage with Queens of the Stone Age, Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham... Show More Summary
He's worked with Rick Rubin, opened for Nine Inch Nails and consistently dishes out some of the most thought provoking words soundtracked to danceable music in recent history. [ more › ]
The 2014 NASCAR season is just days away. For fans, this is the toughest time of the year. Waiting. You may be staring out at six to nine inches of snow, and the thought of warm breezes, clear blue skies and the sound of stock cars speeding...Show More Summary
Before Pharrell’s hat, before Trent Reznor’s “fck you” tweet, before Macklemore apologized to Kendrick Lamar, even before Taylor Swift got kicked in the face by Ryu, there was a bunch of guys playing loud music on a stage. Unedited footage...Show More Summary
After the Grammys cut off Nine Inch Nails, Queens Of The Stone Age, Lindsey Buckingham, and Dave Grohl’s superjam with a sponsor ad, pissing off Trent Reznor, which confused Vampire Weekend, we can finally watch the complete performance that was meant to happen. This rehearsal footage of “Copy Of A” leading into “My God Is [...]
Fred Scott professes that Trent Reznor is one of his musical heroes but that doesn’t keep him from playfully but perfectly calling out the Nine Inch Nails frontman on his rather reliable songwriting process. (Thanks G. Pelabras!)
It’s Friday, which means your humble correspondent is kinda excited because he’s about to go on vacation for two weeks, and also that it’s time to survey the best new listening of the week gone by. This week seemed to be all about remixes...Show More Summary
Over the past two days, two songs have hit the internet that take square aim at the relatively clichéd or limited songwriting abilities of two major rock acts, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Nine Inch Nails/ Trent Reznor. Yesterday, a tune entitled “Abracadabralilfornia” was released on a mock Red Hot Chili Peppers website, and [...]
Frederick Scott made a brilliantly hilarious parody of a Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails) song. His friend made a lyric video to go along with it. via Kimber Streams