Here’s a very cool mini-documentary posted on Nine Inch Nails’ tumblr account showing what goes on in creating the production for Nine Inch Nails’ tour. In addition to an inside look at the process, the video has interviews with Trent Reznor, Robin Finck, and more.
The new EP titled ‘High Rise’ due this fall from Stone Temple Pilots will be out on Oct. 8 and will have five new songs on it, including “Out of Time”. Also, they have revealed the cover art for the new EP, labeling it Stone Temple Pilots w/ Chester Bennington, just so people know.
Looks like not everyone is taking the new NIN seriously…
Check out this fan made video for their poppy new single, “Everything”.
NIN new album “Hesitation Marks” drops on us September 3rd. We can’t wait!
Ex-Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland apologized to the group’s fans who are “caught in the middle” of his public legal battle with his former bandmates. STP fired Weiland earlier this year and recruited Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington to take over.
The group sued Weiland in May, accusing him of using the band’s name to advance his solo career. They also claimed that his poor performances, late arrivals, and addiction hurt the band’s career.
Weiland countersued, claiming that the band cannot use the Stone Temple Pilots name without him.
During a solo performance in Philadelphia the other night, Weiland addressed the crowd after fans organized a “F*ck you, Chester” chant.
Weiland thanked fans and said: ”It’s just a big ‘ol planet, a big ‘ol universe and in a big circle, it all works out. Actually, Chester has his own band that makes a lot of money. I’m not really quite sure why he joined a band who is actually nameless.”
“The problem is I shouldn’t have said anything at all and I apologize to those fans out there who are, feel like they’re caught in the middle of it, cause I sure feel like I’m caught in the middle of it emotionally, and all I want to do is play music, man.”
The surviving members of Nirvana are celebrating the 20-year anniversary of the band’s final studio album “In Utero” with a deluxe reissue. It drops on September 24th.
The anniversary edition will be available in different versions, but the most deluxe edition features three CDs featuring a fresh mix of the album, a never-before-released instrumental, Dave Grohl’s first demo, “Marigold,” the Steve Albini versions of singles “Heart Shaped Box” and “All Apologies” (R.E.M. producer Scott Litt sweetened the album versions), new liner notes by Bobcat Goldthwait, and Kurt Cobain’s handwritten lyrics.
There’s also a DVD that features the entirety of the legendary Live and Loud performance (among one of Nirvana’s final concerts), as well as a handful of other live performances and the director’s cut of the Anton Corbijn-helmed video for “Heart Shaped Box.”