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"Trav and I have a crazy creative energy together," says the producer, "that's why it feels like a party."
A young singer named Sal Houdini joins the two stars on the track.
It's cool that David Lynch is making more episodes, but this might be even more exciting.
He's heard from fans, haters, TMZ, and a record label.
It's a reminder that the colors will always brighter, and the highs higher, when we're experiencing them in retrospect.
A network of extraordinary thinkers helped shape one of the most important records of 2015.
It's just as good as the first.
The band, who announced its imminent break-up this past summer, said it has finished its last album, 'The Powers That B.'
The industrial rockers, led by FADER Icon Issue alum Trent Reznor, are given the nod 25 years on from Pretty Hate Machine.
Imagine "The way it artificially tries to make you feel like everything's OK," Reznor says. "Then imagine that sound starting to curdle and unravel."
Electronic producer Daniel Lopatin will open for NIN and Soundgarden in select cities this summer.
Ahead of Nine Inch Nails’ upcoming “Austin City Limits” episode, the television show has shared a video clip of the band performing “Came Back Haunted."
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Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor has confirmed that he and his old pal Atticus Ross have been tapped to score Gone Girl, David Fincher’s upcoming adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s best-selling thriller.
Today the band posted Nine Inch Nails Tension 2013, a full-length concert movie filmed last month at the Staples Center in L.A.
Photographer Ross Mantle captures intimate spaces in Trent Reznor's hometown, Mercer, PA, from the perspective of a teenager.
Photos and a review of the band's glorious Brooklyn spectacle.
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Rap critic Andrew Nosnitsky looks back on his morning with Trent Reznor, the subject of FADER's 2013 Icon Issue.