GRAMMY viewers only got a tiny taste of music’s biggest night’s final act featuring Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Lindsey Buckingham and Dave Grohol, and Trent Reznor is none too happy about it.
Ross and Reznor have also worked together as members of the band How to Destroy Angels, which features Reznor’s wife, Mariqueen Maandig.
Trent Reznor has long been a fan of David Bowie, and he recently took to the pages of the Hollywood Reporter to remind of us of his admiration.
Typically a man of few (spoken) words on stage, Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor delighted a Las Vegas audience this weekend with a surprising act of kindness.
Generally speaking, there’s no such thing as “TMI” when it comes to rock star autobiographies. We want to hear it all! Al Jourgensen’s new memoir, however, may be the exception to that rule. In the third paragraph on page xxiii of his book.
The fact that they’re still playing their brazenly uncommercial music to large crowds today is equally impressive. Judging by the power of the band, and the passion of the thousands gathered at the Prudential Center, they’ll be able to do it for years to come.
If Nine Inch Nails’ 1994 masterpiece ‘Downward Spiral’ was an opera of depression-induced suicide, then new album ‘Hesitation Marks’ is an opera where Trent Reznor grieves, forgives and buries the body.