“I wasn’t sure we were going to survive.”
Reznor’s back at it again.
He’s got some Bad Blood
Fans aren’t happy he’s calling the new project an album.
Bound to add more fuel to the fire of all those Banksy-is-a-member-of-Massive-Attack rumours.
Merry Xmas NIN fans.
“It’s an unfriendly, fairly impenetrable record that we needed to make.”
“2016 is not over yet”.
That, or he just revealed the title of the album.
The space agency enlisted both musos to commemorate their historic Jupiter Mission, through song.
“I find YouTube’s business to be very disingenuous.”
The Nine Inch Nails frontman says Bowie left him with “pieces of wisdom that stuck”.
“New NIN coming in 2016. Other stuff, too.”
We’re getting really close to Apple Music‘s 30th June launch date and they’re bringing out the big guns to get users on board, announcing a stellar lineup of radio presenters for their global Beats 1 station. Apple poached BBC Radio 1 presenter Zane Lowe earlier this year to curate the 24/7 streaming radio station and
The makers of iTunes have taken another bite out of the music streaming pie, and it looks set to be a pretty juicy one. Dubbed ‘Apple Music’, the new app teams the power of the iTunes library with Apple‘s answer to the industry-leading streaming model championed by Spotify and Jay-Z’s all-star alternative, Tidal. The result
Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor has responded to the news that Sacramento hip-hop outfit Death Grips have broken up by taking to Twitter. The frontman says he isn’t surprised at the dissolution of Death Grips, who were slated to support NIN’s co-headline tour with Soundgarden. “Sorry everyone,” Reznor writes. “Why would I have ever
Nine Inch Nails‘ Trent Reznor had some harsh observations about the current state of rock music in a recent interview, calling out contemporary rock acts for their “staleness” and obsession with worrying more about popularity than artistic expression. “When you see a lot more excitement generated from the dance tent, I do think a staleness
Earlier this year, not long after the Nine Inch Nails frontman gave the proverbial finger to the Grammy Awards, creative comedian Freddy Scott released the parody track, This Is a Trent Reznor Song, taking a hit at some of the frontman’s most quirky character traits. Now, to the world’s delight, the spoof track has its
Josh Homme was at ease behind a Motor Ave BelAire. There was no clumsy posturing or stiff-fingered manipulation. His instrument bent to his every whim, yielding to the elegance and skill with which his hands travelled along the fretboard. Below swathes of flannel and a don’t-fuck-with-me belt buckle, his hips moved with equal grace. He