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Stream How to destroy angels_ An omen_ EP

Next week, Trent Reznor's new project How to destroy angels_ will release An omen_, their new EP. We've already heard first single "Keep it together," and we've seen the live-in-studio video and heard the great Factory Floor remix. And now the entire EP is streaming online. Settling down for my first listen,… More »

By: Tom Breihan / November 8, 2012

Watch How to destroy angels_ Perform “Keep it together”

We first heard "Keep it together" from Trent Reznor and wife Mariqueen Maandig's How to destroy angels_ last month, and now the band has released a performance video for the track. Honestly, as performances go, it's not exactly, like, Trash Talk or something. It's three virtually motionless people in near-total darkness: two dudes in black… More »

By: Michael Nelson / November 1, 2012

Telepathe – “Destroyer (Trent Reznor Alessandro Cortini Atticus Ross Remix)”

Hey, more new Trent Reznor today! The same day that Reznor debuts "Keep it together," a new track from his How to destroy angels_ project, we get to hear his remix of a track from, of all people, the Brooklyn sputter-pop group Telepathe. Reznor did the remix with frequent collaborator Atticus Ross and former… More »

By: Tom Breihan / October 8, 2012

How to destroy angels_ – “Keep it together”

We're about a month away from the release of the Trent Reznor-scored videogame Call Of Duty: Black Ops II, but in the meantime, Trent has dropped the first bit of music from An omen_, the forthcoming EP by How to destroy angels_, the band featuring Reznor and wife Mariqueen Maandig. (Underscores and sentence-case structure… More »

By: Michael Nelson / October 8, 2012

Trent Reznor Scores Call Of Duty: Black Ops II Theme

Though Nine Inch Nails figurehead Trent Reznor has made a name for himself lately scoring films, he recently tackled his first video game, Call Of Duty: Black Ops II, the next installment of the extremely popular Call Of Duty series. He recently spoke to USA Today about the creating the theme. More »

By: Corban Goble / July 10, 2012

Watch Nine Inch Nails Play Dance Party USA, 1989

Via the message board Echoing The Sound, here's a clip of Nine Inch Nails performing on the live dance show Dance Party USA from December 2, 1989. According to Pitchfork, the clip was ripped from a first-generation recording bought for $100 by some huge NIN fan/huge sucker. Watch below. More »

By: Corban Goble / March 28, 2012

Trent Reznor, MGMT Oppose SOPA/PIPA In Letter To Congress

Even after yesterday's high-profile protests from Wikipedia, Google, Facebook, and Tumblr, and even after many of the two bills' initial architects are withdrawing support, debate still rages over SOPA and PIPA, the two invasive internet-piracy bills currently facing Congress. And now a number of popular artists have signed an open letter to Congress, which come… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 19, 2012

Trent Reznor, Chris Cornell Nominated For Golden Globes

This year's Golden Globe nominations were announced this morning, great news for anyone who loves things that are like the Oscars without actually being the Oscars. And as it happens, this year's slate of nominations is awfully kind to the veterans of various early-'90s Lollapalooza tours. Miki Berenyi of Lush, there's hope for you yet! More »

By: Tom Breihan / December 15, 2011

Trent Reznor Unveils Bryan Ferry Cover, “Immigrant Song” Video

The theatrical release of David Fincher's take on The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo looms ever closer, which explains that creeping dread you've been feeling. And the Trent Reznor/Atticus Ross score for the film will have at least two actual songs attached, both of them covers. First, Reznor roped the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Kare… More »

By: Tom Breihan / December 12, 2011

Trent Reznor & Karen O Cover “Immigrant Song”

Earlier this year, a trailer for David Fincher's Girl With The Dragon Tattoo movie featured a cover of Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song" from Nine Inch Nails main man Trent Reznor, who also teamed up with Atticus Ross to score the movie, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs main lady Karen O. And as the movie'… More »

By: Tom Breihan / December 2, 2011

Hear Nine Inch Nails, Killers, Depeche Mode Cover U2

U2 were awarded the Greatest Act Of The Last 25 Years at this week's Q Awards. The mag lovefest continues today with the newsstand release of issue #305, which is mounted with AHK-toong BAY-bi, an original tribute CD to Achtung Baby. We've heard cuts from Garbage, Damien Rice, and Jack… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / October 25, 2011

Preview Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross’ Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Score

Academy Award winning film composers Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor are back in the potential-Academy-Award-winner's-chair with a new cinematic score for David Fincher, this time for his widescreen adaptation of Stieg Larsson's The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. It's a crime novel, so you are fair to expect soul-wrenching grit and overcast ambiance from… More »

By: Amrit Singh / August 11, 2011

Hear Karen O & Trent Reznor Cover Zeppelin

Oscar-winning industrialist Trent Reznor's working with The Social Network director David Fincher again, this time on the soundtrack for the forthcoming English-language film adaptation of Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. One of those tracks is a cover of Led Zeppelin's "The Immigrant Song" with Where The Wild Things Are's Karen O… More »

By: brandon / May 31, 2011

Indie Rockers Before They Were Famous

After watching the recently unearthed footage of Arcade Fire playing a house party in 2002 and a 17-year-old Robin Pecknold covering Radiohead and Simon & Garfunkel, I thought it would be fun to collect more early videos of our favorite bands from before we ever heard them. Well, fun for us, maybe not… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / April 21, 2011

Trent Reznor On Nine Inch Nails’ Return

Trent Reznor seems to be back at the office after a crazy and celebratory week. He visited the Nine Inch Nails forum to update fans on his upcoming projects in a post called "Gold statues, silver bullets, tattoos and the continued destruction of angels." After thanking fans he mentions that he and Atticus Ro… More »

By: jessica / March 7, 2011

Watch Trent Reznor’s Oscar Acceptance Speech

He won the Golden Globe, and now Trent Reznor -- along with co-writer Atticus Ross -- have an Oscar for their mood-setting Social Network score. Once again, it was strange to see Reznor up on stage, but he and Ross both looked and sounded like your regular old, very humble Oscar winners (and, surprisingly,… More »

By: jessica / February 28, 2011

Trent Reznor Wins Golden Globe

Trent Reznor was surprised when he was nominated for the Best Original Score Golden Globe, so he was even more surprised that he and co-writer Atticus Ross actually took the award home last night during the first hour of the show's live broadcast. Also surprising: he and Ross actually attended the ceremonies --… More »

By: jessica / January 17, 2011

Trent Reznor Nominated For Golden Globe

Reznor's much-loved score for The Social Network has earned him a Golden Globe nomination. He's up against A. R. Rahman, Alexander Desplot, Danny Elfman, and Hans Zimmer, who did the score for Inception (BRUUUUUUGGGHG). Listening to Reznor's soundtrack clips on their own probably didn't do much for you, but if you've seen The SocialMore »

By: jessica / December 14, 2010

Download Trent Reznor’s Social Network Score

We mentioned Trent Reznor's score to the much-anticipated The Social Network, and you've seen the Kanye West and Radiohead soundtracked trailers. Now you can pre-order the score, and even download a free sampler with five tracks. Reznor's work (co-written with Atticus Ross) will be available on regular CD, Blu-ray (5.1 surround and high resolutio… More »

By: jessica / September 17, 2010

Radiohead Soundtrack Social Network Trailer

Well, Scala & Kolacny Brothers' cover of "Creep" to be precise. It works extraordinarily well in this preview of the David Fincher-directed, Aaron Sorkin-adapted, surprisingly great-looking movie about Facebook. Watch it here. (Also, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross wrote the score.)… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / July 15, 2010