Nine Inch Nails To Record New Music, Plotting Tour Dates for 2020

In a new feature interview with Revolver, Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor has shared that he is planning to record new NIN music in 2020. Tour dates are also in the works for the band. The January 2020 issue of Revolver hits newsstands soon, and Reznor gave a revealing interview for the cover piece, mainly focusing on recent soundtrack work with NIN collaborator Atticus Ross, such as HBO’s Watchmen score and soundtrack. The band had a busy year as they won a Country Music Award for the sample that was on global smash ‘Old Town Road, saw one of their best-known songs covered horribly by Miley Cyrus, won awards for their soundtracks,  celebrated classic album anniversaries, and earned a nomination for the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame.  New NIN music will be the first studio releases since 2013’s Hesitation Marks and their follow-up, 2018 EP trilogy of Not the Actual Events, Add Violence, and Bad Witch.

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Street Sects – Gentrification III: Death and Displacement

I’m not going to pretend to know much about Street Sects or their Gentrification serial album, but what I do know is that Gentrification III: Death and Displacement (The Flenser) is six minutes of fire breathing intensity and disjointed electronic sounds. In other words, I fucking love it. What I’m not entirely sure of is why the entire Gentrification movement isn’t available as one solid release? Continue reading

A Classic Nine Inch Nails Track Was Featured In HBO’s Westworld

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HBO’s Westworld is aiming to do for Sci-Fi for what Game Of Thrones has done for the fantasy genre. On the most recent episode (S01 E05) ‘Contrapasso’, an instrumental version of Nine Inch Nails ‘Something I Can Never Have’ was heard in a pivotal scene. You can hear it below: Continue reading