Their fans on Facebook are having a fit over this song.
Yeah, the facebook fans are really butthurt haha
This is good, cool sound but it pretty much cements this as being more of a pop album than something with real depth like their earlier albums. but that's how the slip was too so I don't have a problem with that really
so much worse than Came Back Haunted and Copy of A
Digging: Code Orange - Forever
I love it.
Digging: Chicano Batman - Freedom Is Free
Another killer track!
Digging: IDLES - Brutalism
Pretty decent track, album will be a 3,5-4
guess the new album is going to suck!!!
Song is total bullsh*t!
It'd be cool if the rest of the album was like "surprise it's heavy!"
This is cool, not their best though. I'm sure it will grow when listened along with the rest of the record.
Digging: Depeche Mode - Spirit
It's good to see the emotionally tortured Trent Reznor coming out of his shell for sure
sounds like the cure meets bloc party. and that from NIN. nice
It's awesome seeing Trent do something different but with his signature tinge to the sound. Actually really stoked for this record
This album is shaping up to be really good.
Really refreshing. Definitely a step in a different direction for Reznor. It's like really noisy Indie Pop.
It's like really noisy Indie Pop. 
Much better description than the Green Day and Muse comparisons it got on fb
Fucking sucks, how do you guys appreciate new NIN? Weak shit!
Negativity: brought to you by Wizard.
Not really a fan of the track, but looking forward to seeing how it fits the album.
yeah this is totally different than any of his other stuff, but an incredible evolution of NIN
This fucking sucks. It's offensively bad, geezus I feel like I need to go clean my ears after that.
Digging: Fall of Efrafa - Inle
"sounds like the cure meets bloc party. and that from NIN. nice"
I definitely hear the Cure influence in the guitar riff that comes in in the middle.
I really like it, thank fuck he's trying something different.
Huge depeche mode and the cure vibe going on here.
My favorite part of clicking that link was discovering The Octopus Project
Not a fan of this new track but hey whatever
This song is just...embarrassing.
Digging: Spoon - Hot Thoughts
I immediately hated this.
Digging: Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - No More Shall We Part
This is awesome and catchy. Good to see him expressing positivity in his music, he's been saying he's actually a happy dude for a while now, so I love that he's being honest. It's brave to break free from the association NIN has with darker/sadder themes.
I'm glad he's changing things up, but this song is just really annoying and kinda dull. Copy Of A was so much better.
pretty ok song but god damn i hate fans. 'you just have to accept that artist grows and if you can't
accept their progression you are just too immature. artists grow and they're not gonna make the same
song forever.' seriously see this argument on every youtube vid ever now. stfuuuuuuuuu.
Digging: Heather B. - Takin' Mine
Yeah this is pretty awful
Still not impressed, but better than Copy of A at least. I don't see how this album is going to be any higher than a 3.
and I thought Copy of A was showing some hope.
wtf is this.
Trent's gone full circle. It's a New Wave track more or less.
Not a huge fan after a first listen but the guy has given us more then 20 years of sadness and negativity, give him a break.
Not to mention, Reznor is hanging with Josh Homme and Dave Grohl, I expect him to be full blown pop sooner or later.
People are so surprised he did a song heavily New Wave influenced? Yeah it's definitely VERY upbeat for NIN/Trent but who cares... the chorus is just warped enough for me to not write it off as gayness, but it's not THAT bad. Has anyone paid attention to like, any of the pop/new wave artists he cites as massive influences?
New wave is awesome anyway.
^ Have to agree with these two gentlemen.
i don't see a problem with this track.. in fact i was pretty entertained
I actually think that it's a great and different track, and I feel ok with the fact that Trent's not doing full time depressive music anymore, I mean, he's like 47 years old, give the guy a break.
i honestly don't even think it's THAT big of a departure... just not a minor song
this track fucking rules. I can see why some fans wouldn't dig it, but it'll grow for sure
This is beautifully obnoxious.
song is very different but i love it
The people on youtube saying this isn't NIN....it's as if they never heard Pretty Hate Machine
Not a good track at all, rather annoying than catchy or enjoyable
As unexpected as the song is, I actually like it..
The instruments rule and the song would be really good if reznor's high pitch wasn't so
unsavory. it's kinda like smearing shit over a scenic canvas.
kinda like it too.... fuck...
Yeah, it's difficult to call this nin, but all the latest depressive/angry stuff sounded make-believe for me, this is just more real, so I like it
it's different and not dark at all but it's really not bad...
i dont know how this will fit into the album
All the comments likening this to Pretty Hate Machine are stupid.
Pretty Hate Machine is my favorite NIN album by far and if it sounded anything like this track, I can't imagine I'd still be listening to them. This song is annoying.
' I mean, he's like 47 years old, give the guy a break.'
Yeah, he's 47- maybe leave the teeny bop to One Direction.
What with all the industrial artists I love not making industrial music anymore
I completely didnt expect this from NIN, but think it's a cool song! I will miss the deep dark and heavy NIN though. Some of my favorite shit.
I think there's going to be plenty of that still lol, it's nbd to get a few positive/happier songs amongst an ENTIRE DISCOGRAPHY of depressing/dark/evil/heavy stuff.
What's cool is production wise and obviously Reznor's voice this still sounds like NIN. It's just way more upbeat. I like it cause it's different
Oh wait, I got mixed up on what song this was. I was talking about Copy of A being kinda like pretty hate machine. This one not so much
Holy shit this sucks. Not sure what I was expecting though when the Fragile is the last good NIN release IMO
No one cares :D
Year Zero and The Slip were both pretty tight idk what you mean
Year Zero is good but I hated some tracks of that album like capital G, The slip was ok but nothing special.
Song is awesome, the hate is lulz. It seems VERY out of left field right away, but after 3 or so listens it totally makes sense as a NIN song. The chorus has a dark, nightmarish quality that you wouldn't find in a true radio pop song, and the lyrics in the verses are clearly pretty positive, but the chorus shows that this song is much deeper than that. The song also just flies by, probably just a huge burst of energy before the album descends into typical NIN darkness (look at the other songs we've heard). Plus, with a track called "Black Noise" closing the album, how could it possibly be happy as a whole? Going to be very interesting to see how "Everything" plays off the other songs here.
That album title is fucking emo.
NIN have always been the true emo band anyway. Johnny Cash even knew.