Nine Inch Nails announced a limited number of U.S. concerts this spring and fall, including a “one night only” hometown gig with special guests Ministry and Nitzer Ebb.
Tag: Trent Reznor
Trent Reznor’s speech inducting The Cure into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year was one of that ceremony’s highlights, and he’s back this year not as a presenter but as the face of inductees Nine Inch Nails. Reznor and NIN entered the Rock Hall tonight via a virtual ceremony. See it here.
Robert Smith and nine other members of The Cure past and present were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor at a ceremony in Brooklyn tonight that also saw the band’s current lineup play a five-song set. See video of the speeches and performances right here.
Nine Inch Nails today announced the release of the third in a trilogy of new EPs — the six-song Bad Witch — as well as plans for a fall U.S. tour dubbed Cold and Black and Infinite that will see Trent Reznor and Co. playing multiple two-night stands with opener The Jesus and Mary Chain. See full dates here.
More than a year ago, word emerged that Trent Reznor and some of his Nine Inch Nails bandmates were to be among the enormous cast of David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks” revival for Showtime — and fans watching tonight’s mind-bending installment finally found out what that entailed. Now we know what that entails.
For this week’s installment of “120 Minutes” Rewind, we flash back to 1991 for this segment from a stop on the first Lollapalooza tour, which finds host Dave Kendall chatting up Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor and Richard Patrick (who’d go on to front Filter).
As part of the promotion for its new album and tour, Depeche Mode has been letting a different fan take over the band’s Facebook page each day for a year, and, well, some of those fans — like skateboard legend Tony Hawk — are more well-known than others.
The premiere of the long-in-the-works documentary about the rise and fall of Chicago’s Wax Trax! Records retail shop and record label is just over a day away, but for those who can’t make it Chicago, or just want a glimpse now, here’s a 3-minute trailer to whet your appetite. Watch the trailer here.
Hard to believe, but last night’s appearance by Nine Inch Nails on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” was billed as the band’s first-ever network television performance. Trent Reznor and Co., in Los Angeles to play the Staples Center, performed a mini concert on Kimmel’s outdoor stage, with “All Time Low” getting aired on the show.
Every few days, it seems, another new track has emerged from Nine Inch Nails’ comeback album Hesitation Marks, so it was no surprise when the full album’s inevitable leak came today — and it’s equally unsurprising that Trent Reznor responded by making the record available to stream a full week ahead of its release.
With the arrival of Nine Inch Nails’ comeback album Hesitation Marks now about three weeks out — and with a number of the new tracks having been debuted in concert — Trent Reznor is releasing a second single off the album in the form of “Copy of A,” which you can hear right here.
Trent Reznor went full circle Friday night in Chicago, bringing his resurrected Nine Inch Nails back to Lollapalooza some 22 years after the band played the then-traveling tour’s inaugural year. This time, instead of landing a daytime slot under the hot sun, NIN headlined the festival’s first night.
Nine Inch Nails’ full 90-minute set at Fuji Rock Festival ’13 — which saw the live debut of current single “Came Back Haunted” and the world premieres of two other songs off the forthcoming Hesitation Marks (“Copy of A,” “Find My Way”) — has hit the web, thanks to YouTube user mikezak4.
Trent Reznor’s resurrected Nine Inch Nails this morning released the music video for comeback single “Came Back Haunted,” and not only is the clip directed by cinematic auteur David Lynch, it carries a warning that its strobe-like effects may cause seizures among viewers with epilepsy. So you’ve been warned.