Industrial legends Nine Inch Nails have just uploaded a director’s cut version of “Survivalism”, one of the band’s Year Zero singles. The video, which was directed by Alex Lieu, Rob Sheridan, and Trent Reznor, follows a first person perspective of several TV surveillance monitors which... Read More
Andrew Youssef has passed away, according to Rolling Stone. Youssef was the Nine Inch Nails fan that NIN frontman Trent Reznor used FaceTime to connect with at a Las Vegas show in November. Youssef was a hospital pharmacist and concert photographer who suffered from colon cancer. Show More Summary
Dolly Parton, Nine Inch Nails, and 'Swan Lake' made the list.
So NIN, aka Nine Inch Nails, played Seattle last weekend. KT Wright, who often shoots excellent live shots for Lineout was there. She got some great images. But for some reason, I cannot share them. NIN's management team requested that they pre-approve all photos. Show More Summary
Kanye West has been on about a million radio shows in the last few days, but he’s only rapped over a Nine Inch Nails song on one of them. I’m already on record as saying I think Yeezus is the best Nine Inch Nails album of 2013 (even though there’s a great actual Nine Inch [...]
BREAKING NEWS: Kanye West got into an argument with someone. The Smoking Section has the full recap of his fight yesterday with “You Ain’t Go Answers” Sway on Sway in the Morning, which you can read here, but rather than rehash the expected,...Show More Summary
We don’t mean to bash you over you over the head, but we’ve got another notable Kanye West radio appearance that you should check out. This time, it wasn’t all fun and games as Kanye got legitimately pissed at host Sway for questioning his decision to work with big companies like Adidas. Show More Summary
Kanye West continues his massive Yeezus press tour with an interview with Sway Calloway’s “Sway… Read more articles like "Listen to Kanye West freestyle horribly to Nine Inch Nails" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
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Nine Inch Nails at Key Arena last night was one of the better shows I have ever seen. Trent Reznor and band gripped with complete control, with all parts of the machine hitting their mark. The show was never not on. From immaculate eastern bent torrents of techno to intense pixilated blistering. Show More Summary
Instrumental rangers from Austin, TX, Explosions in the Sky, open for Nine Inch Nails tonight at Key Arena. Explosions’ guitarist Munaf Rayani spoke. You all play uninterrupted sets. Sound is ceaseless. Where and when will you improv in a set?Rayani: We do try to play an uninterrupted set. Show More Summary
The bombastic industrial rock and abject, tortured persona of Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor helped a lot of young people find catharsis throughout the ’90s—or to revel in their own downward spirals. This millennium, Reznor has...Show More Summary
Who doesn’t love Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails? One of my favorite band to come out of the late 80s/early 90s, Nine Inch Nails are still relevant and rocking like it’s 1990. This past weekend Trent and the boys gave us another reason to love them. During their show in Las Vegas on... Show More Summary
If you're in need a reminder of the power of technology to do good or the transformative power of simple acts of human kindness, watch this video. During a recent concert, Nine Inch Nails leader Trent Reznor stopped the show to Facetime a long time fan, photojournalist Andrew Youssef. Show More Summary
Trent Reznor might have a head like a hole, but not a heart like one. During a recent show in Las Vegas, the Nine Inch Nails frontman pulled out his iPhone 5s mid-concert to FaceTime a dying fan and friend … Read more ›
Facetiming fans during live gigs seems to be the new thing, though Trent Reznor did have a particularly good excuse during a weekend concert: the fan in question was a terminally ill photojournalist who had planned to attend the concert but was unable to make it. Loudwire (via TNW) reports that: Andrew Youssef has been a concert […]
During a show in Las Vegas last weekend, Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor paid tribute to a friend battling terminal cancer by pulling out his iPhone 5s to initiate a FaceTime call with him on stage during his show.
Modern technology enables us to do incredible things — witness Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor pausing a gig to make a Facetime call to a terminally ill fan. Loudwire... Keep reading ?
Nine Inch Nails leader Trent Reznor took the stage over the weekend in Las Vegas as part of his Tension tour, but his iPhone took center stage during one point in the performance, reports Mashable. Reznor used the iPhone to FaceTime with Andrew Youssef, a concert photographer and Nine Inch Nails fan who is suffering from stage four colon cancer. Show More Summary
Trent Reznor, leader of rock band Nine Inch Nails, was about to play "In This Twilight" for his audience at a recent Las Vegas concert. But first, he pulled out his phone to FaceTime. Reznor told the crowd that fan and friend AndrewShow More Summary