“I’m sorry he was upset,” GRAMMY Executive Producer Ken Ehrlich said. “I was really thrilled that we were finally getting him on the Grammys.
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.
Here’s a primer on Trent Reznor’s many, many projects after Nine Inch Nails waved goodbye in 2009.
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.
Presenting: Ten alt-rock songs that come real close (and often do) usurp the power of their source material.
Nine Inch Nails released their anticipated David Lynch-directed “Came Back Haunted” video featuring potentially disturbing images captured in a near epileptic jitter.
The new track harkens back to classic Nine Inch Nails, infused with the energy of the band’s legendary 1989 debut, Pretty Hate Machine bolstered with the epic scope of the 1994 follow-up, The Downward Spiral.
After a surprise announcement that a new album would hit stores later this year, Nine Inch Nails will add to fan excitement with the release a new single this Thursday.
Trent Reznor has announced he has assembled a new lineup for his industrial rock powerhouse, Nine Inch Nails. Moreover, the reinvented group will kick off a U.S. tour this summer followed by international dates in 2014. It’s been four years since fans last caught a glimpse of the band during their 2009 “Wave Goodbye” tour.
The music from love stories and a thriller were the GRAMMY winners tonight for the best music from stage and screen.