Nine Inch Nails: News and Updates
The Nine Inch Nails may be on hiatus from making music, but Trent Reznor is on the move and is working on solo projects - as well as making plans to resurrect the band in the near future. Stay up to date with the band by finding the latest news and updates about Trent Reznor and the Nine Inch Nails.
- Posted: March 30, 20121 comment
Even though classic songs, such as "Head Like a Hole" and "Sin," were changing the shape of radio across the country, TVT Record executives wanted Reznor to change his style and produce music with even more popular appeal. As Reznor toured the country with a hastily thrown-together touring band, TVT continued to exhort him to make a new album that would crack the Top 40,Read Full Post
Nine Inch Nails came to life in 1988 thanks to Trent Reznor, founding member and the only official member of the band. With the bands history and continually growing popularity, it may cause you to wonder about the story behind the band rated 94th on Rolling Stone's list of 100 greatest bands of all time. The only way to describe the music of Nine Inch Nails is that itRead Full Post
The original configuration of the live band consisted of Reznor, Ron Musarra on drums and Chris Vrenna on synthesizers. In 1991, Richard Patrick joined as guitarist for a year. Around that same time, Nick Rushe, David Haymes and Lee Mars had brief stints as drummers on the Pretty Hate Machine Tour. At the end of that tour, James Woolley took over on drums; Jeff WardRead Full Post
- Posted: March 16, 20122 comments
One of the bands who was influenced by Nine Inch Nails was Filter. This band was formed by Richard Patrick, an early touring member of Nine Inch Nails, and Brian Liesegang. Their debut album was Short Bus, which contains the surprise hit called “Hey Man, Nice Shot” that helped them reached gold status. Their next hit after that was called “Take a Picture.” StabbingRead Full Post
- Posted: March 09, 20121 comment
How can one determine whether a celebrity posts too much or shares too much on Twitter? There is no standard for Twitter "tweets," and what is acceptable for one celebrity is sometimes considered too much for another. Trent Reznor has over a million followers on Twitter who obviously care about what he has to say. He only has 685 tweets, which, compared to otherRead Full Post
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