Friends became enemies in the late '90s as Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor and Marilyn Manson exchanged verbal blows. Reznor produced Marilyn Manson's 'Antichrist Superstar' album, but shortly after, the two butted heads as Manson jumped ship from Reznor's Nothing Records label to Interscope.
Tony Hawk has taken his skateboarding career to new branding heights over the last decade thanks to his series of successful video games. And one of the things that has made those games so popular is the killer soundtracks.
Trent Reznor has got to hate YouTube. Several embarrassing videos of the industrial rock icon from his pre-Nine Inch Nails days have surfaced on the video sharing site in the past couple of years, but now an hilarious clip of Reznor lip-syncing the NIN track 'Down In It' on '80s television is making the rounds online.
Trent Reznor, the mastermind behind the How to Destroy Angels project, which also features his wife Mariqueen Maandig, issued a short and simple tweet about the status of the band's upcoming effort. It's good news, since it means because more progress is being made and we're closer to hearing the finished product.
Nine Inch Nails orchestrator Trent Reznor has not only broken boundaries with his music, but with his tactics regarding the music industry, as well. Reznor was one of the first mainstream musicians to actively take on and attack what he saw as unfair practices within the music industry. In a newinterview with TuneCore, Reznor again goes in-depth with his music industry analysis.
With all the awards and nominations Trent Reznor has been receiving for his soundtrack work on both 'The Social Network' and 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo,' it was beginning to look like the industrial-rock king had found an entire new career. But get your heads out of those holes, Nine Inch Nails fans -- Reznor now says he will devote 2012 to writing a new NIN album.