Certain he wasn’t going to survive, the Nine Inch Nails frontman found himself gripping the hands of his stranger seat mate.
Following their acclaimed scores for Gone Girl and The Social Network.
Reznor and Ross prove their staying power as one of heavy music’s most formidable outfits.
NIN frontman previously blasted Kanye for his latest album, ye, which he said “sucked.”
Follow the downward spiral from Pretty Hate Machine leading up to this month’s Bad Witch.
The third and final installment in a trilogy of releases was preceded by Not the Actual Events and Add Violence.
“He has made great shit; he’s not in a great place right now.”
“I find myself playing it for people — like, ‘You’ve got to fucking see this.'”
“You don’t hear a lot from the Taylor Swifts of the world, and top-tier, needle-moving cultural youth, because they are concerned about their brand, their demographic and their success and career and whatnot.”
North American trek comes in support of the group’s upcoming album, Bad Witch.
Trent Reznor speaks out on “imbecile” Donald Trump: “We may be the most demoralized country in the world”
“I think it’s dangerous, it’s just the terrible reflection of a country that devotes itself to consuming social networks and shitty products.”
It all comes down to exposure on streaming services.