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According to a posting at NIN.com, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE will be supporting NINE INCH NAILS on their fall 2005 North American tour. Exact cities and dates will be announced during the coming weeks.
In other news, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE will be embarking on an Australian tour in late July. Confirmed dates are as follows:
Jul. 21 - Sydney, AUS - Enmore Theatre
Jul. 22 - Sydney, AUS - Enmore Theatre
Jul. 23 - Byron Bay, AUS - Splendour in the Grass
Jul. 25 - Melbourne, AUS - Palace
Jul. 26 - Melbourne, AUS - Palace
Jul. 27 - Perth, AUS - Metropolis
Nine Inch Nails are the first headliners to be confirmed for the seventh annual Voodoo Music Experience in New Orleans on October 29 and 30. The massive music festival will host upward of 80 bands spread across seven stages, according to the festival's executive producer. Look for the complete lineup to be announced on June 24.
I had the chance to catch the Nine Inch Nails and The Dresden Dolls when they played at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia. The show was on May 19th and this is how the show took place: More...
The Associated Press is reporting that NINE INCH NAILS mainman Trent Reznor told a jury on Tuesday (May 17) that firing his longtime manager after the finances of his band deteriorated was "like a divorce."
Testifying on his 40th birthday in a civil case he brought against John Malm, the singer said he was left with little choice when he realized that the finances he had ignored for 15 years were in disarray.
"The last place I wanted to end up was sitting here right now," Reznor said from the witness stand in U.S. District Court in Manhattan. "This is like a divorce."
Under questioning by Malm's lawyer, Alan Hirth, Reznor admitted that he wrote a letter in the 1990s in which he said Malm would be his manager "until he chooses not to do so."
Reznor testified Monday that he had as little as $400,000 in cash in 2003 after hundreds of thousands a dollars annually were lost on unnecessary expenses.
Reznor also contends that Malm duped him into signing a contract that allowed the former manager to collect 20 percent of the singer's gross earnings rather than net earnings. He's seeking unspecified damages.
Hirth elicited through his questioning of Reznor that the singer was actively involved in many of the band's business dealings but sometimes chose not to read contracts and financial information before signing documents.
NINE INCH NAILS' latest single, "The Hand That Feeds", is No. 2 on Billboard's Top 20 list of modern rock tracks.
Nine Inch Nails recently shot a video for their second single "Only" with director David Fincher ("Seven", "Fight Club").
According to a spokesperson for Fincher, the new video almost entirely comprises computer-graphics-enhanced shots, and the director developed a brand new CG concept for the clip. Points of reference can be found in the CG shots from "Fight Club," including a scene that looks inside the head of Edward Norton's character. As with most of Fincher's work, the video for "Only" relies heavily on post-production, and as a result, the clip is not expected to be completed until June.
NINE INCH NAILS' entire album ''With Teeth'' has been posted online, in it's entirity, as one track for streaming here. It is the band's first album since 1999's "The Fragile". ''With Teeth'' hits stores on May 3rd.
Billboard.com is reporting that NINE INCH NAILS mastermind Trent Reznor has posted the group's new single, "The Hand That Feeds", on its official web site as a file that can be manipulated with the Apple hard-disk recording program Garageband. Fans are encouraged to build their own songs out of the NIN track's constituent parts, or just mess around to their heart's content.
"For quite some time I've been interested in the idea of allowing you the ability to tinker around with my tracks ? to create remixes, experiment, embellish or destroy what's there," Reznor writes in a file that accompanies the download, adding that technology now exists to make this possible.
"Change the tempo. Add new loops. Chop up the vocals. Turn me into a woman. Replay the guitar. Anything you'd like," he says. "I gave this to my crew and band to test out and all work effectively stopped for a while ? it's fun to mess around with," he adds. "I've now heard a country version of the track as well as an abstract Latin interpretation."
"The Hands That Feeds" is the first single from NIN's highly anticipated new album, "With Teeth", due May 3 via Interscope.
The Dresden Dolls have been signed to Roadrunner Records. The two-piece act of out Boston that pretty much defies any sort of explanation words can give. The Dresden Dolls will be the sole opening act on Nine Inch Nails' upcoming headline run, which starts later this month.
The best way to introduce yourself to the band is going to be through video. Check out the band's VIDEO page and watch the "Girl Anachronism" video. Dresden Dolls' self-titled debut is in stores now.
According to a posting on The NIN Hotline, Ticketmaster has started announcements to sellers in the Louisiana area that NINE INCH NAILS are due to headline this year's Voodoo festival in New Orleans. The annual event, which tends to draw in a crowd of around 65,000 people, is scheduled to take place October 29-30.
NINE INCH NAILS's new album, "With Teeth", is slated for release in the U.S on May 3 (one day earlier internationally). The CD, which is said to be "more song-orientated" than 1999's "The Fragile", was recorded in part at Sound City Studio in Van Nuys, Ca., and features a guest appearance on drums by former NIRVANA drummer/current FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl. Mixing duties were handled by Alan Moulder (THE CURE, SMASHING PUMPKINS). Check out clips of "The Hand That Feeds" (first single) and "The Line Begins to Blur" at BandBuilder.com.
Trent Reznor and the new NINE INCH NAILS lineup ? guitarist Aaron North, bassist Jeordie White (A PERFECT CIRCLE, ex-MARILYN MANSON), keyboardist Allesandro Cortini and drummer Jerome Dillon ? will kick off a North American theater tour in April.
NINE INCH NAILS have confirmed many new US dates, which add onto their already confirmed UK and West Coast dates, as well as the previously revealed Philadelphia dates:
April 27 - San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield
April 28 - San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield
April 30 - Las Vegas, NV @ The Joint
May 3 - Denver, CO @ The Fillmore
May 4 - Denver, CO @ The Fillmore
May 6 - Chicago, IL @ Congress Theatre
May 7 - Chicago, IL @ Congress Theatre
May 9 - Toronto, ONT @ Koolhaus
May 10 - Toronto, ONT @ Koolhaus
May 12 - Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theatre
May 13 - Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theatre
May 15 - New York, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom
May 16 - New York, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom
May 18 - Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
May 19 - Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
May 21 - Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
May 22 - Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
May 24 - Houston, TX @ Verizon Wireless Theatre
May 25 - Austin, TX @ Stubbs Bar-B-Q
May 27 - Phoenix, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
May 28 - Phoenix, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
May 30 - San Diego, CA @ Soma
May 31 - San Diego, CA @ Soma
Other dates include 3 west coast US dates and the 2 previously announced London gigs: More...
Former THE ICARUS LINE guitarist Aaron North spoke to Kerrang! magazine about his decision to leave the group and join NINE INCH NAILS.
"It felt like that band has run its course and it was time for me to do something else," he said. "Three weeks after quitting the band, I was asked to play with NINE INCH NAILS." North is currently in rehearsals with the band for their sold-out shows at London's Astoria on March 30 and 31. "They're going superb," said North. "The idea is to have a ton of material at our disposal, so each set can be radically different. Some of the die-hard NINE INCH NAILS fans may be surprised at some of the tunes attempted or reworked."
Although the 2005 band lineup of NINE INCH NAILS includes several new faces, drummer Jerome Dillon has kept his role as touring drummer since 1999. Dillon told Launch Radio Networks he never let founder Trent Reznor constantly changing the NIN roster faze him.
"I knew about the revolving door of membership of the band, but going into it, you know, I had a pretty clear idea of what it was that he was about, and knew that the direction of the band artistically and otherwise was, you know, 180 percent Trent Reznor," he said.
In other news, The NIN Hotline is reporting that Trent Reznor will be appearing on the BBC Radio One "Rock Show" for a "chat" on March 29 (the night before the first London Astoria gig) to answer questions and talk about the group's upcoming album, "With Teeth". For those not in the U.K., you will be able to tune in via the "Rock Show" web site between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 3:00 a.m. GMT (8:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. EST).
"With Teeth", is scheduled for release in the U.S on May 3 (one day earlier internationally). The CD, which is said to be "more song-orientated" than 1999's "The Fragile", was recorded in part at Sound City Studio in Van Nuys, Ca., and features a guest appearance on drums by former NIRVANA drummer/current FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl. Mixing duties were handled by Alan Moulder (THE CURE, SMASHING PUMPKINS).
Nine Inch Nails have confirmed the track listing for their new album, 'With Teeth'. The album is to be released in early May. The tracklisting is as follows:
All The Love In The World
You Know What You Are?
The Hand That Feeds (set to be the first single)
Every Day Is Exactly The Same
The Line Begins To Blur
Beside You In Time
Right Where It Belongs
Aaron North of The Icarus Line and Buddyhead has left the band and joined Nine Inch Nails. He will be making his live debut performing on the industrial band's upcoming March tour of the UK.
North has stated that the new position was not the motivation for his departure from his former band. "I quit the band. I was over it. I did not quit the Icarus line to join Nine Inch Nails, I quit the Icarus line about a month before I started playing with NIN."
The Icarus Line released their previous record, and V2 debut, Penance Soir?e last year. Nine Inch Nails will be releasing With Teeth on May 3rd via Interscope.
NINE INCH NAILS have officially confirmed the first two east coast dates of their US tour:
May 18 - Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
May 19 - Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
This announcement follows the release of their Coachella Music Festival performance on May 1st in California.
Nine Inch Nails is confirmed for playing the Coachella Music and Arts Festival on May 1st. This will be the 6th annual Coachella Festival and is held at the Empire Polo Field in Indio, California. More information can be reached at www.coachella.com
According to a posting by Trent Reznor onNINE INCH NAILS' official web site, NIN have completed work on their new album, "With Teeth", and are currently rehearsing for their upcoming tour. "I can't wait to present this music to you ? on your stereo and in your town."
The follow-up to 1999's "The Fragile", "With Teeth" was mixed with Alan Moulder (THE CURE, SMASHING PUMPKINS) and is tentatively scheduled for release in March.
"With Teeth" was recorded in part at Sound City Studio in Van Nuys, Ca., and features a guest appearance on drums by former NIRVANA drummer/current FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl.
NINE INCH NAILS' current touring lineup is believed to include drummer Jerome Dillon and bassist Jeordie White (a.k.a. Twiggy Ramirez, A PERFECT CIRCLE, ex-MARILYN MANSON).
Former MARILYN MANSON/current A PERFECT CIRCLE bassist Jeordie White (a.k.a. Twiggy Ramirez) is strongly rumored to have joined NINE INCH NAILS' touring lineup. Two recent photos of White in the recording studio with NINE INCH NAILS during the making of their new album have popped up on NIN's official web site (Photo#1, Photo#2), with one of them appearing to depict Jeordie laying down bass tracks for the CD, which is believed have a working title of "With Teeth". Adding fuel to the speculation, MARILYN MANSON stated in an interview with the New York radio station K-Rock 92.3 FM on Thursday (Nov. 18) that Jeordie was "in NINE INCH NAILS now" (Audio). There has been no official statement or confirmation on the matter from any of the parties involved.
Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor has commented on the re-election of President George W. Bush via posting on the group's web site. "One step closer to the end of the world," he writes. "The one-two combo of corporate greed and organized religion apparently proved too much for reason, sanity and compassion. It's a sad and shameful day to be an American."
As previously reported, Nine Inch Nails have set "With Teeth" as the title of their new album, tentatively due in March 2005. The follow-up to 1999's "The Fragile", which previously carried the working title of "Bleedthrough", is currently being mixed with Alan Moulder (The Cure, Smashing Pumpkins) and the final track listing is being discussed and determined, according to a posting at the group's official web site.
"With Teeth" was recorded in part at Sound City Studio in Van Nuys, Ca., and features a guest appearance on drums by former NIRVANA drummer/current Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl.
NPR's Day to Day producer Rob Sachs profiled musician Charlie Clouser, who scored the soundtrack for the horror film Saw. Clouser has a history of writing provocative music as a former member of the band Nine Inch Nails.
Before joining Nine Inch Nails in 1994, Clouser worked with hard-driving bands such as Prong, Marilyn Manson and White Zombie. His instrumental work has appeared on the soundtracks to The Matrix and Scream, and he's currently co-producing the new album by the band Helmet.
Nine Inch Nails are to call their new album 'With Teeth'. Originally titled 'Bleedthrough', this is due out in March, and features Foo Fighters/Probot mainman Dave Grohl guesting on drums.