It's been a busy year for Corey Taylor, who not only is promoting Stone Sour's upcoming 'House of Gold & Bones Part 2' album, but has also enjoyed some extra recognition for his collaboration with Dave Grohl, Rick Nielsen and Scott Reeder on the single 'From Can to Can't' that's part of the soundtrack for Grohl's 'Sound City' documentary. Loudwire recently spoke with Taylor, who revealed that he's thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with Grohl and still has a few names on his dream collaborator list.
Nine Inch Nails recently announced that they're back and ready to tour this year, and now two pieces of the band's legacy have surfaced in the form of the their 'Self-Destruct' tour documentary and a rare studio acoustic performance of the song 'The Becoming.'
Device's debut album is becoming more and more of an "event" release, given all of the special guests on the record. That being said, David Draiman saved a pretty cool extra to make sure the deluxe edition of the album is intriguing as well.
Just like Forrest Gump's box of chocolates, the craze of music mashups tells us you never know what you're going to get. Sometimes tracks you could never imagine sync up in perfect absurd harmony, and that's the case with a new mashup from an artist going by the name PomDeter. The mixmaster has decided to take the Nine Inch Nails classic 'Head Like a Hole' and put it together with the recent ubiquitous Carly Rae Jepsen hit 'Call Me Maybe.'
There were a lot of Nine Inch Nails fans losing their minds earlier this week when it was revealed that the Trent Reznor-led band was being resurrected this year. Now we've got the first two confirmed performances from the reactivated and reconfigured Nine Inch Nails lineup.
It's always difficult to predict the next move of Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor. Along with his legendary industrial group, Reznor's discography includes making music with his wife for How to Destroy Angels and creating original scores for feature films. Now, Reznor has officially announced that he is planning to release new Nine Inch Nails songs on an upcoming best-of compilation.
Musical mastermind Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails and How to Destroy Angels recently took part in an open Q&A session on Reddit.com. Reznor participated in an 'AMA' session, which means, "Ask Me Anything." With no barriers in place, fans submitted a mass of questions, which led to some insightful revelations from Reznor, including news that he has been helping out Josh Homme with a new Queens of the Stone Age song.
The news just keeps getting better for fans of Trent Reznor. While he has received many accolades for his soundtrack work over the last couple of years, fans have been longing for the return of Nine Inch Nails. Now comes word from Reznor himself that Nine Inch Nails are definitely back in action and working on new material.
It's a whole new world out there for young artists looking to catch a break and established artists trying to maintain their momentum, but Trent Reznor says the key to approaching the current music business model is somewhat the same for all musicians.
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