Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor is currently riding high after releasing 'Hesitation Marks' earlier this week, but in the lead-up to the new record, Reznor reportedly had some issues with Scottish alternative rock giants Biffy Clyro at this year's Reading Festival.
Trent Reznor is one of music's most important artists of the past quarter century. In recent years, he has written award-winning scores for award-winning movies and branched out with a new band called How To Destroy Angels. But his biggest musical impact has been and always will be as the mastermind of Nine Inch Nails.
Nine Inch Nails will unveil their eighth studio album, 'Hesitation Marks,' on Sept. 3. The hugely anticipated release will be NIN's first record since 'The Slip' was unveiled in 2008, which means mastermind Trent Reznor has got five new years worth of emotion to draw from. However, according to Reznor, 'Hesitation Marks' has been inspired by a much larger window of time.
It’s been four long years since Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails have played a live show in the U.S., but all that changed yesterday (Aug. 2) when they hit the stage to close out Day 1 of Lollapalooza at Grant Park in Chicago, Ill.
Nine Inch Nails have just unleashed the video for ‘Came Back Haunted,’ directed by David Lynch, and it comes with its own warning message -- just a hint of what the next four minutes had in store for the senses.
More and more details are pouring out about the return of Nine Inch Nails. Now, the band has unveiled the full track list for their upcoming album, 'Hesitation Marks,' as well as a few guest musicians who appear on the disc.
Earlier this month Nine Inch Nails made their triumphant return with their new single ‘Came Back Haunted’ and revealed plans to release their new disc ‘Hesitation Marks,’ due out on Sept. 3. Now, after a cryptic Twitter post by Trent Reznor of a random photo of himself and famed filmmaker David Lynch (seen here on the left) accompanied by only their combined initials ‘tr;dl’, the internet is buzzing about a possible collaboration between the two.
The big news keeps piling in for Nine Inch Nails fans! Shortly after unleashing a brand-new single, 'Came Back Haunted,' and details of their new album, NIN have announced dates for a 2013 North American arena tour kicking off in the fall.
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