Nine Inch Nails has posted an amazing gallery of tour posters from their ’05/’06 With Teeth tour. Designed by Rob Sheridan, each poster bears unique traits and characteristics, making them fascinating to see side by side. You can see the full gallery below.
How To Destroy Angels just released their debut full length album Welcome Oblivion. You can order it here.
Make sure to check out our Top 10 Nine Inch Nails Music Videos list starting here. READ MORE
Tomorrow sees the release of How To Destroy Angels debut full length album Welcome Oblivions, which comes out via Columbia Records (pre-order on iTunes. Tomorrow also sees our number one pick in our Top 10 Nine Inch Nails Music Videos countdown. But that means we still have to show you number two, which you can check out below. However, I have to give a warning that it’s NSFW, so be careful where you watch it! READ MORE
We’re now entering the crème de la crème of our Top 10 Nine Inch Nails Music Videos. From here on out, these videos are the very best that the band has to offer, the ones that stand out head and shoulders above the rest. Head on below to see our pick for #3.
How To Destroy Angels will be releasing their debut full length album Welcome To Oblivion this Tuesday via Columbia Records. The album can be pre-ordered on iTunes. READ MORE
Today brings number four in our Top 10 Nine Inch Nails Music Videos countdown and some of you may cry “Foul!” with this pick. But I do try to explain my thought process below, so gimme a chance before tearing me to shreds, okay? Check it out below.
How To Destroy Angels will be releasing Welcome Oblivion, their debut full length album, on Tuesday via Columbia Records. You can pre-order it on iTunes. READ MORE
It’s Friday and we’re only four days away from How To Destroy Angel‘s debut full length release Welcome Oblivion (iTunes). And with the anticipation at a near boiling point, we bring you number 5 in our Top 10 Nine Inch Nails Music Videos countdown. We’ve been having some guesses as to what it could be. Was your guess right? Find out below! READ MORE
We’re almost halfway through our Top 10 Nine Inch Nails Music Videos countdown and we’re gonna start entering the heavy hitters from here on out. We’ve already had “Survivalism”, “Wish”, and more. So what comes next, you ask? Head on down below to see which video landed at #6 as well as links to the previous entries.
Trent Reznor’s group How To Destroy Angels will be releasing their first full-length album Welcome Oblivion this Tuesday via Columbia Records. You can pre-order it on iTunes. READ MORE
We’ve not entered day four of our Top 10 Nine Inch Nails Music Videos as a way to celebrate the upcoming release of How To Destroy Angels debut full-length album Welcome Oblivion (iTunes pre-order). If you head on down, you can see entry #7 as well as get links to 10, 9, and 8. READ MORE
In 10 days, How To Destroy Angels will be releasing their first full-length album, Welcome Oblivion (pre-order here). The group features Rob Sheridan, Atticus Ross, Mariqueen Maandig, and the legendary Trent Reznor, of Nine Inch Nails fame.
As we look to the future of Reznor and crew, we can’t help but think back on the amazing releases from Nine Inch Nails, including their plethora of music videos.
And so, to celebrate the release of Welcome Oblivion, we’re going to be doing our Top 10 Nine Inch Nails music videos as a countdown. We’re starting today with #10 and will be counting down to the grand finale. Make sure to let us know what your favorite NIN videos are in the comments below! READ MORE
Electronic group How To Destroy Angels has announced a string of N. American tour dates that include both Coachella appearances. The band will be touring in support of their debut full-length album Welcome Oblivion, which comes out Mar. 5th via Columbia Records. The full touring schedule can be seen below.
How To Destroy Angels features Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails), Mariqueen Maandig, Rob Sheridan, and Atticus Ross. READ MORE
For those of you who have been eagerly awaiting the chance to hear the new How To Destroy Angels album, your prayers have been answered. The group has teamed up with Pitchfork to stream Welcome Oblivion well in advance of its Mar. 5th release date (pre-order here). You can stream the album at Pitchfork’s new service, Pitchfork Advance, which “…allows fans to engage with album art, lyrics, credits, track listings, artist info, and more while they listen.” You can stream the album here.
How To Destroy Angels features Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails) and wife Mariqueen Maandig as well as Atticus Ross and Rob Sheridan.
Below you can watch the video for “How Long?”, which was directed by Shynola (Coldplay, Blur, The Rapture). READ MORE
Dark electronic act How To Destroy Angels has released an official video for “How Long?”, which comes off their upcoming debut full-length album Welcome Oblivion. The album will be released Mar. 5th via Columbia Records and the band will be making their first live appearance at Coachella this year.
The video was created and directed by visual arts collective Shynola. The band states, “Their work is visually striking and consistently stands out. When we started talking about possible directors to work with for “How long?”, their name came up right away. It’s been an honor to finally work with them, and to get their wholly unique interpretation of the themes we’ve been exploring with this record and this song.”
How To Destroy Angels features Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails) and his wife, Mariqueen Maandig, as well as longtime collaborators Rob Sheridan and Atticus Ross.
You can watch the video as well as see the vinyl cover art and the CD/vinyl track listing below. READ MORE
How To Destroy Angels, the project from Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor and his wife Mariqueen Maandig, has released a video for “The Loop Closes”, which you can watch below. The song comes from their recent EP An Omen. I wouldn’t recommend watching it if you are prone to seizures as there are lots of flashes and color changes.
The group has also announced that they will be releasing their debut full length LP Welcome Oblivion on March 5th via Columbia Records. READ MORE