How's this for synergy? Nine Inch Nails took the stage in Tokyo and fans got a little something extra from Trent Reznor's other band as his wife Mariqueen Maandig joined him onstage for a pair of How to Destroy Angels covers.
Prior to becoming married to Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor, Mariqueen Maandig fronted the dreampop band West Indian Girl. Her influences from this group make for a caustic atmosphere with Reznor’s darker influences that meld in How To Destroy Angels.
How to Destroy Angels are getting ready to play their first shows as a band, and it's always helpful to be fully staffed. The band, which features Trent Reznor, Mariqueen Maandig, Atticus Ross and Rob Sheridan among its ranks, just added another familiar face in Reznor's Nine Inch Nails cohort, Alessandro Cortini.
Trent Reznor and his How to Destroy Angels bandmates took to Reddit to discuss their new album, 'Welcome Oblivion,' and while most of the fans participating in the chat were respectful, there was one who came out swinging at Reznor for his decisions in promoting the band and signing to a major label.
For those of you who didn't get tickets before Coachella sold out, there will actually be more shows this spring where you can catch Trent Reznor's band How to Destroy Angels performing live for the first time.
How to Destroy Angels are in a sharing mood, giving listeners the opportunity to check out their 'Welcome Oblivion' album a full two weeks before its release. The band is streaming the effort in full via the Pitchfork Advance site.
How to Destroy Angels have a wealth of new details concerning their first full-length album today. While we already knew that the album from Trent Reznor's band would be titled 'Welcome Oblivion' and would be arriving on March 5, the group has now revealed the artwork (seen at left) and a full track listing for the new disc.
After months of anticipation and many fictitious rumors, the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival has revealed its official 2013 lineup. The diverse group of performers run the creative gamut from rock to indie to electronica and more, all while mixing the best of new artists on the rise with veteran artists in their prime.