I've always found it a tad strange that Nine Inch Nails aren't regularly included in discussions of significant metal bands. While I'd agree that Ministry is the more influential of industrial metal, I'd say NIN had a huge impact, especially for rock fans crossing over to heavier music. Nowadays, I understand how the term "rock" or "electronic" can be more aptly associated with Trent Reznor's music, yet just as Opeth will always be categorized as a metal band, I believe so should Nine Inch Nails and therefore an assessment is warranted for their latest EP, Not the Actual Events.
Nine Inch Nails surprised everybody a few weeks ago by releasing a promised new album. But today's announcement? That seems…
He worked with Atticus Ross on the new material.
When, we're not sure. But it's coming.
Opeth make beautiful music, this we know as fact. But, do you know you can make an Opeth track instantly…
Former Nine Inch Nails keyboardist James Woolley, who toured with the industrial band for four years, died this weekend at…
Reznor denied the single in his seventh tweet ever.
At least there's talk of a new record at all.
Will you be watching when the cult favorite comes back on the air?
It's doom, and then there are blast beats… and then some other weird shit. You'll see.
NIN. 2016. It's happening!
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced its 2016 nominees and some of these are long overdue. Deep…
All types of keyboards and a whole lot of heavy.
Nostalgia + nostalgia = fucking awesome nostalgia.
"An enhanced version of the film"