Posts tagged Nine Inch Nails
[News] Outside Lands 2013 Announces Lineup

The official lineup for Outside Lands Festival 2013 is here, and it looks to be pretty good. Topping off the bill are Paul McCartney, Nine Inch Nails, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Phoenix, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The National, Vampire Weekend, D’Angelo, Kaskade, Pretty Lights, Jurassic 5, Willie Nelson, Hall and Oates, and Grizzly Bear.

Rounding out the eclectic lineup are Wavves, Young The Giant, Band of Horses, A-Trak, Yeasayer, Matt & Kim, The Tallest Man on Earth, Foals, Youth Lagoon, Gary Clark Jr., Jessie Ware, Dillon Francis, Kurt Vile and the Violators, Surfer Blood, Chromatics and Smith Westerns. While not as good as last year's lineup, which was headlined by Metallica, Neil Young, The Kills, Foo Fighters, Jack White, Beck, Sigur Ros, this year seems promising. Check out the full lineup here or below in a ridiculously charming announcement video.

Tickets go on sale this Thursday, April 18th, at 12 noon PDT at the festival's official website. Outside Lands takes place August 9-11 in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.

[Listen] Hear Trent Reznor's Cover of "Immigrant Song" w/Karen O. & Download Dragon Tattoo Soundtrack Sampler

GOOD NEWS EVERYONE! Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross' are setting up to release their latest soundtrack for David Fincher's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, digitally next week (Dec. 9th) and physically on December 27th. The 3 hour (yes you read that right, 3 hours) score is set to be released in several formats and is currently for pre-order on iTunes which includes an instant download of Reznor & Ross' cover of the Led Zep classic "Immigrant Song" featuring Yeah Yeah Yeah's frontwoman Karen O. which you can listen to below courtesy of our pals at 107.7 The End. It's awesome.

But thats not all folks! Several additional tracks have been made available via the Null Corporation site for free! Pick up the instant download of the free 6-track sampler in exchange for your email below.

"Immigrant Song" Featuring Karen O.

 

[Stream] Nine Inch Nails, Garbage, Depeche Mode and The Killers Cover U2

A nice treat for those of you just waking up. We've already previewed several tracks that have appeared online ahead of the Q magazine compilation that'll be released with their December issue. Jack White's was especially awesome but today come 4 more. One from Nine Inch Nails, one from Depeche Mode, another from Garbage and finally one from Brandon Flowers and co aka The Killers.

Check them out below and if you missed Jack's "Love Is Blindness" cover or Damien Rice's "One" they're over here. The 4 new covers are below via CoS. Garbage take on "Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses", The Killers do "Ultraviolet (Light My Way)", Depeche Mode tackle "So Cruel" and Nine Inch Nails do a rousing rendition of "Zoo Station". Happy listening.

Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses - Garbage by u2m

 

Nine Inch Nails – "Zoo Station"

Depeche Mode – "So Cruel"

The Killers – "Ultraviolet (Light My Way)"

[News] Trent Reznor Focusing On New NIN Material

What a few months Trent Reznor has had winning both Oscars and Golden Globes for his work on the Social network and it's original score. Yesterday though news got out that he is to re-focus on Nine Inch Nails and he did so by posting on a NIN Forum which you can check out over here

In the thread Trent says, "The three columns of things I'm currently funneling music into — HDTA, NIN, and film work — I believe will start to make sense to you (and me) as everything unfolds," going onto say that he likes having multiple outlets; "By having a few different outlets for my work, I'm finding more inspiration within each one." So you can sleep soundly in your beds tonight, no, we know they won't be performing Live again after he announced that wouldn't happen again in 2009, but new material is on the not so distant horizon for NIN fans. 

In relation to his film work Trent touches on the rumours of him starring in Tim Burton's  co-produced Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Reznor says; "I was considering [a cameo] when I awoke a few days ago to the news that I am not STARRING in ALVH (which is obviously not true)...  Fuck. We apparently forgot that the internet existed AND THERE ARE NO SURPRISES anymore. So…do me a favor and act surprised, OK?". So we will definately be seeing a lot more of Trent in the coming months and years. 

[Watch] Full Trent Reznor Interview with New York Times

We found out at the weekend that Trent Reznor is going to be scoring another film, this time in the shape of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. We found out via an interview that streamed on Friday for the NY Times. As well as announcing his involvement with the film Trent also revealed some truths about the touring future of Nine Inch Nails as well as a obligitory Greatist Hits compilation. He also touches on How To Destroy Angels new material won't sound like the EP. Take a look at the interview (part 1 at the top, 2 got removed sadly and the rest after jump) to find out all the details.

[Watch] Nine Inch Nails - "Some What Damaged" x "Just Like You Imagined" (Live)

Trent Reznor has posted up a few videos for us all to soak in of Nine Inch Nails doing what they did oh so well, before they sadly called it quits on the old live circuit. Last week on Christmas Eve he posted up a video of the guys performing at the Bowery Ballroom and again on New Years Eve he posted up another! Up top you can take a look at a performance of "Some What Damaged" at the Bowery Ballroom on August 22nd back in 2009. After the jump you can then enjoy "Just Like You Imagined" filmed  at LA's Henry Fonda Theater on September 8th,  again in 2009.

 

[Listen] Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine (Reissue) (Full Album)

I know everyone and their mothers have heard or own this album but hey it's the remastered version (although the stream is only 128 kbps for audiophiles out there) of NIN classic Pretty Hate Machine which features the "Sin" B-Side of the Queen cover of "Get Down, Make Love." This one is courtesy of the folks over at NME, so thank them for your Thursday helping of NIN while you are at work, school or whatever. The reissue drops next Tuesday, so go out and support good music and grab another copy here.

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[Listen] Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross - "In the Hall of the Mountain King"

 

Wanna hear one more track before the score is released tomorrow? Check out "In the Hall of the Mountain King" off Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross' score for the film The Social Network courtesy of Pitchfork, who have also provided an interesting interview with Trent Reznor and David Fincher. The track sounds very Wendy Carlos' A Clockwork Orange era, which is absolute love. Grab the soundtrack once it drops tomorrow here.