The L.A. duo’s 2012 debut, ‘Ministry of Love,’ transports listeners to cities like London, Berlin, Milan, Tokyo, Shanghai, Beijing–some locations more literally than others, lyrically speaking.
At Nine Inch Nails’ first show since 2009 at Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival, they premiered their new song “Copy Of A,” off their upcoming album, Hesitation Marks (due September 3). Now all of those fans who were unable to catch the song in person are able to stream the track for themselves.
Presenting: Ten alt-rock songs that come real close (and often do) usurp the power of their source material.
Nine Inch Nails took the stage at Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival today to play their first show since 2009, treating fans to new songs off their upcoming album, Hesitation Marks, due out September 3.
Gracing the cover of ‘Rolling Stone’ is an honor for any musician, so Radio.com came up with a list of five different covers the magazine could have feasibly used instead.
All four mixed-media images were created by artist Russell Mills, who’s no stranger to making art for Nine Inch Nails, having crafted the cover art for the group’s famed 1994 release The Downward Spiral.
Nine Inch Nails released their anticipated David Lynch-directed “Came Back Haunted” video featuring potentially disturbing images captured in a near epileptic jitter.