Another New NIN song
2013-08-19 by River Tam | 1 Comments
Nine Inch Nails have debuted another new song from their upcoming album, Hesitation Marks, (set to be released on September 3, 2013) on NPR's program All Songs Considered.

The song, entitled 'Everything', will surprise fans with the musical direction it takes, being described by NPR as "virtually a pop tune". Also featured on All Songs Considered are new tracks from The Octopus Project, Seven Davis Jr., Earl Sweatshirt, Juliana Molina, and The Goldberg Sisters.

All the individual songs, in addition the entire radio show, can be found at the link below:
www.npr.org/blogs/allsongs/2013/08/19/213497724/new-music-nine-inch-nails-earl-sweatshirt-juana-molina-more
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TheGreatQ
August 20th 2013
1570 Comments


lol, why was this approved? The other one is better, and was already up.



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