Twenty-five years plus into his career, Marilyn Manson continues to be an enigma, wrapped tight inside a riddle, not wishing to be fully known. By never making the same album twice with his namesake band, he continues to defy expectations, and be equally loved and hated. While his early albums are masterworks that others from the 1990s would kill to rest their reputations on. However, as the rockstar gains on years and gets further away from his early years, he has transformed into a much more interesting character than when he was freaking out pastors and scarring moms and dads.
Once one of the most anticipated tours of 2020, is now completely canceled. Nine Inch Nails has canceled all 2020 touring plans, which was t be a USA headline tour with an opener, singer JehnnyBethaccording to a post to their Instagram account. Instead, Trent Reznor says that “the current plan is to finish up some scoring projects, work on my limited patience skills, deep dive into new NIN material, and hopefully be playing music live for you in 2021.”Continue reading
Nine Inch Nails surprise-released two new albums: Ghosts V: Together and Ghosts VI: Locusts. Consisting of 23 new instrumental tracks, they are described on NIN’s web site as “two different records for two different mindsets. Download now for free. Stay safe!” In addition to this being a great gift to fans in the time of coronavirus, this is a throwback to the Ghosts I-IV era of NIN when the band often surprise dropped albums and tracks to fans, only to sell limited edition physical versions later on. In 2019 NIN won many awards including a Country Music Award, for Lil Nas X’s and Billy Ray Cyrus’s song ‘Old Town Road’, which sampled the Ghosts I-IV album. Continue reading
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Nine Inch Nails closed out a weekend of shows at The Joint in Las Vegas last night and had a special treat for fans. The band performed new songs and select covers for the first time ever. They played a new song, ‘Ahead of Ourselves’ from their EP Bad Witch due out next Friday. They were joined by Gary Numan for a cover of ‘Metal’ and played Joy Division’s ‘Digital’ for the first time too. Continue reading
Black Orchid Empire’sYugen (Long Branch/SVT) is a slick new spin on the sounds Heavy Metal people love. The opening song, ‘My Favorite Stranger’ is a headbanging gem, evokes shades of NIN, Tool, and Primal Rock Rebellion. The guitars have a heavy soulful tone to them one moment and a classic rock sound to them the next, all of this is accentuated by clean vocals. The trio is Paul Visser on vocals and guitars, Dave Ferguson on bass and vocals, and Billy Freedom on drums, bringing the thunder.
Nine Inch Nails stuck it to rampant ticket scalpers and bots yesterday as the first of their in-person ticket pre-sale for their 2018 “Cold And Black And Infinite Tour” kicked off nationwide. Some fans we talked with reportedly waited in line over eight hours for a chance to get tickets to the tour, with most claiming success. NIN has already added extra tour dates for Washington DC and Chicago, IL, which you can see below. The band has been announced as the first headliner for this years Louder Than Life Festival, and now has released the first single from their new EP, ‘God Break Down The Door’, from their new Bad Witch EP, out on June 22nd.Continue reading
Nine Inch Nails have finally announced the release of the third EP in their trilogy. Bad Witch is due out June 22. It follows their 2016 EP Not the Actual Events and last year’s ADD VIOLENCE. The band has also announced new headline tour dates. Direct support on the “Cold and Black Infinite North America 2018 Tour” will come from The Jesus And Mary Chain. Continue reading
Nine Inch Nails released two EPs in the last 15 months and was supposed to have shared a third by the end of 2017. The trilogy of releases that included Not The Actual Eventsand Add Violence has gained some direction on the final chapter, which should be done in time for the band’s next show this June in London. Trent Reznor shared some details in an interview with BBC Radio 6. Trent also announced headlining appearance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England on June 24th. Black Moth Super Rainbow will open. Continue reading