Nine Inch Nails: Theme For Tetsuo The Bullet Man I don’t know if this is legit or not, but Metal Hammer is claiming that this is a track from Nine Inch Nails for the Tetsuo: The Bullet Man soundtrack. This was reportedly the final song that Reznor produced under the Nine Inch Nails moniker before moving on to How to Destroy Angles. Regardless of whether it’s true or not, one thing is for sure, this track kills.
A couple of days ago Nine Inch Nails started uploading all of their music videos, new and old, to their official youtube account. Which is totally great, because it means that people won’t have to scour the interwebs for low-fo copies of NIN’s classic videos—that where originally recorded off of Mtv in 1994—every time they need a Trent fix. It also means that I can stop lamenting over the fact that I can’t watch my Closure double-vhs-tape set that I Continue »
What do you do when members of your two favorite bands come together on one stage then post the video online? You blog it, of course. Trent and the Nine Inch Nails gang invited tour mates Greg and Ben of The Dillinger Escape Plan on stage to play the NIN classic Wish—which DEP covered a couple years ago on their Plagiarism EP.
Nine Inch Nails added some dates to their Lights in the Sky tour last week. When I saw this I did a cursory search for any Nebraska dates, naturally there weren’t any so I went about day. I completely missed that they scheduled a show over in Omaha’s backyard, Council Bluffs. The show will be at the Mid-America Center on Wednesday, November 26—the day before Thanksgiving. It doesn’t look like there’s any ticket information available at this time, but tickets Continue »