New Nine Inch Nails video

2017-07-13 by Eames | 29 Comments
Trent Reznor's legendary industrial rock band shared a new single "Less Than" from the upcoming EP "Add Violence", which is to be released July 21st. It will be the 2nd EP in a series that started with "Not The Actual Events" release in December of 2016.

The video and the game featured in it is a tribute to "Polybius", an old urban legend video game:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polybius_(video_game)



Tagged: Nine Inch Nails

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TecumsehGargoyle
July 13th 2017
37 Comments


JUST ADD VIOLENCE!

rhinocerosmilk
July 13th 2017
100 Comments


Is this actually an new song.. Sounds so damn similar to past work (not a good thing at all IMO).

Eames
July 13th 2017
22 Comments


"Welcome Oblivion" line, analog glitch art and bleeps/bloops could mean that is a track from How To Destroy Angels era, redone for NIN sound and Trent's vocals.

Faraudo
July 13th 2017
1798 Comments


Solid song.

supremejelly
July 13th 2017
480 Comments


Unfortunately sounds like a Hesitation Marks b-side. Step down from Not the Actual Events

artiswar
July 13th 2017
1679 Comments


Really nice song, great hook, but I expect more after Not The Actual Events. This is a regression to sounds explored and beaten to death already on Year Zero and Hesitation Marks. I thought he was headed in a different direction

JWT155
July 13th 2017
13599 Comments


Eh it's good, but seems like a very safe by the numbers NIN track.

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
July 13th 2017
24412 Comments


average

ArsMoriendi
July 13th 2017
22013 Comments


Forgettable, but not at all bad

Still hyped since this will probably be the weak point, rather than any sort of highlight.

Digging: Baths - Romaplasm

Flugmorph
July 13th 2017
17436 Comments


yo this is lit af

Digging: Converge - The Dusk in Us

Puckoff
July 13th 2017
114 Comments


I dig it

Eames
July 13th 2017
22 Comments


I'd rather take safe but serviceable than shitty attempts to go radio pop (Muse, Coldplay, Linkin Park).

rodrigo90
July 13th 2017
3290 Comments


Meh, I'm fine listening fear factory, I start feeling the same annoyance that tool makes me feel.

Flugmorph
July 13th 2017
17436 Comments


i rarely loved a song this much on first listen tbh

cor22222
July 13th 2017
244 Comments


I feel Hesistation Marks vibe here. Like it.

Minushuman24
July 13th 2017
1060 Comments


This is very NIN, this is good

bloc
July 13th 2017
44266 Comments


Sounds good to me

Digging: Beastmilk - Climax

WatchItExplode
July 13th 2017
4984 Comments


This is the first thing I've heard out of NIN I actually dug in like forever.

Deadwing42
July 13th 2017
207 Comments


Absolutely love it, and it's growing with each listen. Definitely a "safe" song -- it would be right at home with pretty much all of their post-Fragile singles -- but the hooks are huge and the song builds so well.

HTRA
July 13th 2017
15 Comments


Sadly didn't care at all for the last NIN release and care even less for this single, I think the fact that I fell in love with them while going through an emo phase in high school and now associate their music with that phase means I've ruined them for myself forever

NewBallistics
July 13th 2017
747 Comments


Yo is this that new trailer from the new Jumanji movie??

In all seriousness, yeah it's safe but it's a damn good safe song.

NewBallistics
July 13th 2017
747 Comments


Hey anyone catch them on the new Twin Peaks? HOLY SHIT that was a fucking great live show.

"The Nine Inch Nails" lol

Green Baron
July 13th 2017
24102 Comments


It's a "safe" song but it's good at what it does

Faraudo
July 13th 2017
1798 Comments


Safe songs should all sound this good tbh.

Deadwing42
July 14th 2017
207 Comments


The performance was incredible, and it fit the series perfectly. The fact that it was only "icing on the cake" for what would wind up being one of my favorite episodes of any tv show, ever, just blows my mind.

heyadam
July 14th 2017
1936 Comments


love the classic guitar wall/tambourine/trent harmonies at the end of that track. stoked.

tokenmetalhead
July 14th 2017
8 Comments


Honestly, I wanted to like this but it sounds like it was left off Year Zero/Hesitation Marks. It's just a mishmash of various NIN themes and progressions. Not The Actual Events had better stuff. I guess we'll see if the EP has better stuff, too. I thought The Idea Of Me was way better than Burning Bright, actually one of the better new NIN songs, so I still have plenty of hope there will be better.

NewBallistics
July 16th 2017
747 Comments


"The fact that it was only "icing on the cake" for what would wind up being one of my favorite episodes of any tv show, ever, just blows my mind."

You are not wrong sir. I ended up rewatching it twice after my first viewing.

someguest
July 16th 2017
28826 Comments


This is the strongest single he's released since "The Hand That Feeds".



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