Nine Inch Nails
Plus The Kills cover T. Rex and Real Estate take on the Doobie Brothers.
50 great songs from its progenitors and roots to its most radical interpretations.
An overview of some of the best songs of the past 10 years powered by woodwind.
Hot, Wet & Sassy out in October.
Plus check out a fan video of their last tour.
Trent Reznor’s surprise two new albums showcase a sophisticated and rich sonic world.
Plus Whitney Houston, T. Rex and the Doobie Brothers.
Plus Birdbox score coming to vinyl.
It wasn’t just Nine Inch Nails moving industrial music to the mainstream in 1989.
Plus Judas Priest, Nine Inch Nails, Thin Lizzy, Motorhead and more.
Looking back at a soundtrack renaissance.
The weirdest record ever to go triple platinum.
10 times where a great album took it to the next stage.
The archival releases that filled in the gaps in 2018.
The 50 albums we agreed whipped the most ass this year.
The 10 albums—or, technically, nine albums and three EPs—that made July great.
Combining the tracklists of Nine Inch Nails’ three new releases into one cohesive album.
The duo will soundtrack a dramatic musical from director Trey Edward Shults.
Reznor’s weirdest, most sax-heavy and “industrial” album in some time.