Trent Reznor returns to his dark, distorted roots on collab track
Nine Inch Nails have released "This Isn't The Place," the second single off of their forthcoming EP, ADD VIOLENCE.
Check out "Came Back Haunted," the first song to be released from Hesitation Marks, the new album by Nine Inch Nails. The album will be released September 3 by Columbia.
Nine Inch Nails — who recently announced their re-formation and touring plans — have signed to Columbia Records and will release a new album later this year.
Dave Grohl's new album, Sound City: Real To Reel, won't be released until next week, but you can check out one of the tracks, "Mantra," in the video below.
How to Destroy Angels have released a dark new video for their track "Ice Age," off the group's new An Omen EP. Watch the John Hillcoat-directed clip below.
Things in the Nine Inch Nails camp have have been pretty quiet since the band played the final dates of their "Wave Goodbye" tour, but Trent Reznor has been far from dormant.
Dave Grohl has released another teaser video for his upcoming Sound City movie, a documentary he's both directing and producing about the legendary Sound City Studios in Van Nuys, California.
Nine Inch Nails mastermind and Oscar-winning film composer Trent Reznor has written the theme song for the upcoming video game, Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Trent Reznor's new band How To Destroy Angels -- which also includes his new wife Mariqueen Maandig and frequent collaborator Atticus Ross -- will release their debut album in early 2012.