Free Download: Nine Inch Nails Release New Single “Copy Of A”


A new single from Nine Inch Nails entitled “Copy Of A” has been released and is available for free download on Amazon UK. The song comes from the band’s upcoming album Hesitation Marks, which comes out September 10th via Columbia Records.

I can already tell that there are going to be about a billion remixes of this song that you will hear in every single goth dance club around the world. It’s just perfectly suited for that style.

Head on below to hear the track.

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  • EvanDickson

    I like it a lot. Better than Came Back Haunted

  • SonOfVoorhees

    I havnt heard the album. But is the boring repetitive music meant to be representative of the “copy of a copy” thing of the song?

  • markajacoby

    So let me get this straight… It’s a free download but I have to enter my credit card information? Not a chance. Damn Brits!

  • Evan3


    Are there really such a thing as “goth dance clubs?” I thought dancing (a physical expression of unmitigated joy) was the antithesis of goth life. Assuming they do exist, could you please please please tell me what the hell they are like! That is definitely something I would like to see.

    • JonathanBarkan

      It’s just like any other dance club but the people wear leather, fishnets, have fake dyed weaves, colored contacts, and loads of eyeliner. The dance style is also similar to “vogue-ing” but set to industrial, goth-pop, etc…
      In all honesty, it’s really kinda fun. It’s not your typical Top 40 b.s., so there is some interesting music choices. Plus the people are, as a whole, super nice.

  • Mr.Mirage

    I don’t know about the goth crew, but this will live on my mp3 player for quite a while.

  • J-SiN

    Song has so much potential and just leaves me hanging. I kept waiting for those high pitched, distorted guitars to kick in like they did in Sin or Ringfinger. Maybe overlay the last chorus with some vocals an octave higher like the very last line. It’s still a rather decent song, but it frustrates me because I want it to go to that next level. The crescendo is nice, it just plateaus before the peak.

    Maybe it’s supposed to be this way?