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Nine Inch Nails Stream New Track ‘Everything’

Written by Mike Hohnen on August 20, 2013

Nine Inch Nails have churned out yet another track from their forthcoming album Hesitation Marks and by the sounds of Everything, this one maybe should have been left on the album.

Everything sees the band take on an almost Californian surf rock approach to their industrial metal sound and has the smell of ‘filler track’ all over it, which is quite unfortunate. The track debuted overnight with BBC Radio One host Zane Lowe during an interview with main man Trent Reznor.

By now, a serious percentage of the album has either been released to the public, or performed to them. Already tracks such as Come Back Haunted, Disappointed, Find My Way and Copy Of A.

There’s still a few days left between now and the Friday, 31st August release date attached to Hesitation Marks so here’s hoping the boys can keep at least one of two of the 14 tracks under wraps until then.

Listen: Nine Inch Nails – Everything

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