There were a lot of thrilled fans when Trent Reznor revealed that Nine Inch Nails would end their touring retirement to play shows again this year. Now the frontman is talking about the upcoming tour and he reveals there's a remote possibility for some new material working its way into sets.
A Perfect Circle will strap on the instruments for a handful of one-off shows and festival appearances in the coming months, but the big question remains as to when we'll see new music from the band. Guitarist and founder Billy Howerdel says that while nothing is imminent, he has been working on music for the group.
It's always difficult to predict the next move of Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor. Along with his legendary industrial group, Reznor's discography includes making music with his wife for How to Destroy Angels and creating original scores for feature films. Now, Reznor has officially announced that he is planning to release new Nine Inch Nails songs on an upcoming best-of compilation.
Musical mastermind Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails and How to Destroy Angels recently took part in an open Q&A session on Reddit.com. Reznor participated in an 'AMA' session, which means, "Ask Me Anything." With no barriers in place, fans submitted a mass of questions, which led to some insightful revelations from Reznor, including news that he has been helping out Josh Homme with a new Queens of the Stone Age song.
The news just keeps getting better for fans of Trent Reznor. While he has received many accolades for his soundtrack work over the last couple of years, fans have been longing for the return of Nine Inch Nails. Now comes word from Reznor himself that Nine Inch Nails are definitely back in action and working on new material.
It's a whole new world out there for young artists looking to catch a break and established artists trying to maintain their momentum, but Trent Reznor says the key to approaching the current music business model is somewhat the same for all musicians.
Trent Reznor’s multi-faceted creative collective known as How to Destroy Angels have announced their plans to release their latest disc titled ‘An Omen EP,' due Nov. 13 digitally and on 12" vinyl. The six-song EP will be released via Columbia Records.
As we reported earlier, Trent Reznor is composing the score for the next entry in the popular ‘Call of Duty’ video game franchise. Take a listen to some of the Nine Inch Nails mastermind’s work on ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops II’ below.
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.
If you look back far enough in anyone's life, you're going to find some pretty embarrassing stuff. Nine Inch Nails is no exception to that rule, as evidenced in this video of their performance of Down In It, on Dance Party USA.
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