Tag: Nine Inch Nails

NEWS: Messora premier “Forever as I Beg”!

17th December will find a pair of new tracks from Montreal Canada’s Messora appear over at bandcamp for your listening pleasure. “Forever as I Beg“, a follow up to the bands 2019 album “The Door” is the main offering, a cut which follows a full album arc of progression within the confines of a nine

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! NIN.

Taking influence from Industrial Metal, in 1992 the recording which helped to propel Nine Inch Nails into mainstream popularity was EP “Broken“, although with the addition of a pair of bonus tracks on the re-released after the first 250k copies edition giving it 8 tracks and a run time approaching 32 minutes some might say

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! NIN.

1989 saw the claustrophobic and introverted debut album from Nine Inch Nails in “Pretty Hate Machine” with Trent Reznor recording as a multi instrumentalist, a record that spawned a collection of singles and would eventually lead to the huge success both commercially and critically that was “The Downward Spiral“. Unlike a lot of Industrially tinged

Exclusive Interview: Aois Innealan talk “Colossus”!

The continued Industrial Black Metal rumblings of the South African solo project Aois Innealan have been felt like Earthquake tremors on a Global scale following the arrival of debut EP “Colossus“. So as the singles continue to appear like rain drops falling from a blackend sky, we spoke to mastermind Daniel Botha about his work…

Riff Police! Pull Over! #115: Nine Inch Nails Vs Godmack

Between Nine Inch Nails 1989 debut album “Pretty Hate Machine” and 1994’s highly influential “The Downward Spiral” were a pair of EPs entitled “Broken” and “Fixed” which sowed the seeds that would become that sophomore record. The first of those, “Broken” saw something of a style shift from essentially darkwave gothic 80’s inspired synth pop

NEWS: Inter Arma streaming Nine Inch Nails cover!

Recorded in between tours in support of their critically acclaimed 2019 album “Sulphur English“, 10th July will see a covers album cunningly entitled “Garbers Days Revisited” from Inter Arma via Relapse Records. The album, recorded at Dark Art Audio in Madison, Tennessee sees the band show off their influences including Prince, Cro-Mags and this freshly

Review: “The Nothing” by KoRn

The 13th studio album from Bakersfield California Nu-Metal pioneers KoRn titled “The Nothing” was produced by Nick Raskulinecz who handled the role for 2016’s “The House of Suffering” as well as albums from Trivium and Deftones. Said to have been inspired by the villain from “The Neverending Story”, a Supernatural force of destruction spawned from

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Creedence!

There are many fans who would argue that the Die Hard saga died after the trilogy and that “Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival playing during credits at the end of Die Hard 4.0 was the highlight of the film… Harsh? Possibly. But we still can’t bring ourselves to watch the fifth installment of the