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News Flashes 09.08.22: The Passing of Queen Elizabeth, The New Glass Onion Trailer, and a Nine Inch Nails Fan Day

— Today we talk about the passing on Queen Elizabeth II, the new teaser trailer for Glass Onion, and the Nine Inch Nails Fan Day. — Queen Elizabeth II Dies at 96 Queen Elizabeth II died today at the age of 96, after reigning for 70 years. A statement made by Buckingham Palace said that she died “peacefully.” Her family was called to her side after doctors expressed concern for her health. The Queen made history as the longest reigning monarch in the UK’s history and the second longest serving monarch in global history. To put it into perspective, she… Read more »


Nine Inch Nails debut new song, announce massive tour

Nine Inch Nails have premiered their new song “Came Back Haunted” from their new album Hesitation Marks due out September 3rd on Columbia Records. They’ll also be embarking on a huge fall tour, and you can check out those dates, as well as stream “Came Back Haunted,” by clicking “Read More.”


Nine Inch Nails’ Wave Goodbye tour underway

Nine Inch Nails began their Wave Goodbye tour with a pair of small venue concerts in New York City this weekend. The group performed Saturday at the Bowery Ballroom and last night at Webster Hall. Yesterday’s performance was especially noteworthy as Trent Reznor and Co. played their entire 1994 classic The Downward Spiral from start to finish, plus nearly a dozen more of NIN’s greatest hits. These 11 shows represent the last time Nine Inch Nails will perform live. Rolling Stone was crammed up near the side of the stage Saturday night at the Bowery Ballroom near an army of… Read more »


Nine Inch Nails album earns $1.6 million on Web

The online release of the new Nine Inch Nails album, “Ghosts I-IV,” resulted in just under 800,000 transactions in its first week, totaling $1.6 million in revenue, the industrial-rock band has revealed. The tally includes free and paid downloads, as well as advance orders for physical configurations like various limited-edition vinyl releases, CDs, and a boxed set. “Ghosts I-IV,” the band’s first release since becoming a free agent last October, went on sale March 2 at its Web site, http://www.nin.com. Fans can receive the first nine songs from the 36-track project for free, or can pay $5 for the entire… Read more »


New Nine Inch Nails Album Hits The Web

As expected, Nine Inch Nails is utilizing the Internet to disseminate its new instrumental album, “Ghosts I-IV,” which went live at 9 p.m. ET tonight (March 2) via the Trent Reznor-led group’s Web site. “Ghosts” will also see physical release via RED Distribution on April 8, Billboard has learned. Fans can receive the first nine songs from the 36-track project, which was recorded during “an intense 10-week period last fall” and likely to spawn additional volumes, for free, or the entire album can be obtained digitally for $5. “I’ve been considering and wanting to make this kind of record for… Read more »


Nine Inch Nails Cancels Performance at MTV Movie Awards, Cites Creative Differences

Santa Monica, Ca – Nine Inch Nails, who were scheduled to perform at this year’s MTV Movie Awards on June 4, will no longer be participating in the program. The band was slated to perform “The Hand That Feeds,” the first single from the latest Nine Inch Nails album, With Teeth. The song has been called “a warning against blind acceptance of authority, including that of a president leading his nation to war.” (Los Angeles Times, April 10, 2005) The cancellation was a decision made by Nine Inch Nails’ leader Trent Reznor due to creative differences with MTV involving the… Read more »


Nine Inch Nails Gnash Their Teeth – Review

Trent Reznor has crawled out of the depths of his depression with a snarling, gut-wrenching vengeance. Reznor, along with his backing band, put on a ferocious show at the Kool Haus last night that proved the frontman at least hasn’t lost his ability to summon up rage and helplessness and spit it all out in a violent live show. The night began with the Dresden Dolls who, looking like delicate gothic marionettes, only held the attention of some of the crowd with their waltzing-cabaret, piano-tinged operatic rock. This must have been caused by Nine Inch Nails anticipation, as the duo… Read more »


Nine Inch Nails Want Fans To Destroy 'The Hand That Feeds'

With just over two weeks to go until the release of With Teeth, Trent Reznor’s first collection of fresh studio material since 1999’s The Fragile, the singer, producer and multi-instrumentalist behind industrial act Nine Inch Nails is inviting the band’s fans to do with the album’s first single what they will. Reznor has released a downloadable version of “The Hand That Feeds” through the official Nine Inch Nails Web site, in a format that allows Mac-using aspiring producers the freedom to manipulate the song’s various parts, using the Apple-specific GarageBand 2 application. “For quite some time, I’ve been interested in… Read more »

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