All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Trent Reznor’

Trent Reznor Will Remain With Beats Music

Trent Reznor is not leaving the Beats Music company. Last week, Apple announced that they would be purchasing Beats Music and Beats Electronics for $3 billion, and founders Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre would be joining the company. However, there was speculation that the company’s chief creative officer Reznor would not be following and was reportedly leaving the company. Despite …

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Trent Reznor Slams Grammy’s, Tweets “F–K YOU” To CBS

Singer-songwriter Trent Reznor performed at the prestigious Grammy Awards for the first time on Sunday, Jan. 26. Reznor was slated to close the big award event in an all-star, stellar collaboration with Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl on drums, Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age and Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham. They opened their set with the Nine Inch Nails hit “Copy of …

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Grammy Awards: **** You From Trent Reznor

Last night the 58th Grammy Awards was broadcast from The Staples Center in Los Angeles. For over a week, teaser commercials have announced the exciting closing performance by Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham, and Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl. After many other performances by acts such as Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, Willie …

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Beats Music Launches in January, Trent Reznor Calls It ‘Game-Changing’

According to Trent Reznor, Beats Music, the new streaming service he’s been working on with Beats Electronics (the headphones, yes), is “a game-changer.” A couple of months ago, we heard from Beats Music President Luke Wood that the service would be launching, in full, within a few months. It’s been in private alpha for some time, but now we’re finally …

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Trent Reznor on Twitter, Oversharing, and How Dick Pics Aren’t OK

Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor may operate a Twitter account with over 1.6 million followers, but that doesn’t mean that he thinks all the sharing that’s going on over there is a-ok. Reznor recently sat down with SPIN magazine for an in-depth interview and had this to say about social media and our culture of oversharing: “I was excited about …

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Nine Inch Nails’ New Album Hesitation Marks Now Streaming on iTunes for a Limited Time

The new Nine Inch Nails album, the band’s first new music in five years, doesn’t officially release until September 3rd – but you can listen to the whole album right now on iTunes. Nine Inch Nails’ new album, Hesitation Marks, is now available to stream for free. It’ll be available in its entirety for a “limited time.” All you have …

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Here’s Nine Inch Nails’ Entire Lollapalooza Performance

In case you didn’t know, Lollapalooza was streamed live on YouTube this past weekend. If you missed it, here’s Nine Inch Nails’ full concert: The setlist is as follows: Copy of A Sanctified Came Back Haunted 1,000,000 March of the Pigs Piggy The Frail The Wretched Terrible Lie Closer Gave Up Help Me I Am in Hell Me, I’m Not …

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Nine Inch Nails Drop New Single Ahead of Sept. 3rd Album Release

With the release of a new single and the announcement of an upcoming album and tour, Nine Inch Nails is officially back after a four-year hiatus. You can listen to the new track, “Came Back Haunted,” below: The new track comes from NIN’s new album, Hesitation Marks, which is set to release on September 3rd. “I’ve been less than honest …

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Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor: An Embarrassing Past

For those of a certain age, Trent Reznor is a dark industrial god, the leather-clad frontman of Nine Inch Nails and Oscar-winning composer for the 2010 film “The Social Network“, about the controversial founding of Facebook. But Trent has an even darker past than his lyrics would suggest. It’s a youth filled with big hair and shiny suits. And synthesizers. …

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SOPA: An Open Letter To Washington From Content Creators

In all the debate that has raged over SOPA/PIPA, one group has been decidedly under-represented: the creators of the content that the two bills are designed to protect. Those lobbying loudest in support of SOPA and PIPA have insisted that the bills are necessary to protect the entertainment industry from the ravages of online piracy. Such piracy, they claim protects …

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