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Nine Inch Nails Releases Live EP On Spotify

Nine Inch Nails has released a live EP, exclusively available on Spotify. The track list can be viewed after the jump. The new Nine Inch Nails LP, Hesitation Marks, is available now as well. Purchase a CD here and buy concert tickets here.   Please follow and like us:

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Nine Inch Nails “Disappointed” Live In South Korea

After debuting “Find My Way” at Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival, Nine Inch Nails continued the tradition and introduced “Disappointed,” at the Ansan Valley Rock Festival in South Korea. Both songs are from their upcoming album, Hesitation Marks. Check out the video of “Disappointed,” which was coupled with another new, though previously played, song “A Copy Of A,” after the jump! Hesitation Marks is due out on Sept. 3. You can buy concert tickets or purchase a CD here. Please follow and like us:

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Nine Inch Nails To Release Four Different Album Covers For New Record

Hesitation Marks, the new record from Nine Inch Nails, will feature four different album covers. All four were designed by Russel Mills, the artist behind Nine Inch Nails’ 1994 release, The Downward Spiral. Mills created the covers using a diverse variety of materials, including oil and acrylic paints, dirt, copper wire, rusted linen, Polaroid frames and even blood. Each cover has a unique title corresponding with the album’s various release formats: “Turn And Burn” (digital),  “Time and Again” (standard CD), “Cargo in the Blood” (Deluxe CD) and “Other  Murmurs” (vinyl). Have a look…

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Nine Inch Nails Release “Came Back Haunted” And Album Details

 Nine Inch Nails have released a new track called “Came Back Haunted” from the new album, which will be titled Hesitation Marks. The album is set for release on September 3rd. You can listen to “Came Back Haunted” and read a tweet from Nine Inch Nails below.  You can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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Show Review: Andrew McMahon Boston, MA

Andrew McMahon and I go way back. He may not know it, but through those angsty teenage years and developmental phases, he was right there with me, evoking intense emotion with the words to “Punk Rock Princess,” “Dark Blue,” “The Mixed Tape” and of course, “Konstantine.” So when I enter The Paradise in Boston, MA tonight, it’s a bit like seeing an old friend for the first time. Literally. As I weave through the audience trying to find my spot for this sold out show, I can already feel the…

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Album Review: The Glass Child ‘I’d Like To Remain A Mystery’

  There’s a lot to love about Charlotte Eriksson, AKA, The Glass Child. Behind that killer voice and booming personality, she’s inspirational in a way that only those who have really experienced life can be. Her struggles, triumphs, and wavering perceptions all lend themselves to beautiful storytelling and fresh inspiration in her debut full-length, I’d Like To Remain a Mystery. Laying her emotions on the line, the album plays like an unfolding narrative, capturing raw, honest emotions in the wake of struggle, conquest, fear, fearlessness, and yes, even love and heartache….

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Album Review: Crash! Radio ‘For You, From The Heart’

“Be With You” kicks the EP off beautifully. The track is delightfully catchy, with heart-thumping beats and imaginative and vivid lyrics. In a word, it’s cute. There’s a spark that gets ignited when you listen to this. It’s everything you wish you had the guts to say to the person you’ve been eyeing at a concert or in a bookstore. The song bares all without shame or hesitation, making it more than great to dance to; it makes it relatable and therefore, easy to adore. “Walk Away” is an upbeat…

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