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The first time I heard Nine Inch Nails, I was barely fourteen, hanging, unsupervised, with my friend at the time and his older brother — a "bad kid" judging by his pierced ear and Grateful Dead…   Read Story »
Give Trent Reznor credit for staying on top of things long past the age when stars of his wattage have to keep paying attention. Consider, if you will, the man's taste in remixers. He's already…   Read Story »
Peel back the surface and look past the picturesque valley backdrop. Forget about the gorgeous, sun-kissed young folk wearing next to nothing (or, on occasion, nothing). Go ahead and ignore the…   Read Story »
Trent Reznor is a busy man these days. Along with a new Nine Inch Nails line-up hitting the festival circuit this year, Reznor is playing some dates with his band How to destroy angels_ which…   Read Story »
“It’s the homeland!” one of the girls on the hotel shuttle yelped as we neared the festival. It really begged the question -- who is the most common Coachella archetype? The only data I have to…   Read Story »
Well, this didn't take long. Earlier this morning, we posted a stream of "And the sky began to scream," a song from Welcome oblivion, the forthcoming debut album of Trent Reznor's How to destroy…   Read Story »
In a couple of weeks, Trent Reznor and how How to destroy angels_ project will release Welcome oblivion, their debut full-length album, the eventual logical follow-up to the two EPs they've already…   Read Story »
Earlier this month, Trent Reznor's How to destroy angels_ project announced the impending release of Welcome oblivion, their first-ever full-length. And today, we get our first taste of it. "How…   Read Story »
How to destroy angels_, the new project that Trent Reznor formed with wife Mariqueen Maandig and frequent collaborator Atticus Ross in 2010, already have a pair of EPs to their name, including last…   Read Story »
Here's one of those moments where the remixer and remixee are perfect complements to one another: Bleak Bay Area postpunkers the Soft Moon taking on "Ice Age," the skeletal, insinuating dark-folk…   Read Story »