Nine Inch Nails Announce New EP, Release First Single


With less than an hours notice, Nine Inch Nails have released new music.

Nine Inch Nails is back with a song titled "Less Than" that will appear on the band's upcoming five-song EP, Add Violence. Preorders, which you can access here, will come with a limited-edition "physical component", similar to the first EP's release.

Trent Reznor promised something was coming this week, and he delivered. As described by a press release, "The sonic palette expands significantly from Not the Actual Events, incorporating elements of beauty into the dark dissonance". The EP is the second a trilogy of EP, that started with 2016's "Not the Actual Events". The result is a video that, were it still the 80s, would have fit in perfectly on MTV sandwiched between Take On Me and You Might Think. While Trent Reznor hasn't mentioned anything on the collaboration yet, Jeff Minter says it "was one of the most unexpected but most fun bits of work I've had..."

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For the first time in three years Nine Inch Nails will be hitting the stage and they'll be doing it in Bakersfield. Although, it appears there will be a third new EP after Add Violence, there is now no news on further new material.

Nine Inch Nails have thee U.S. shows planned this summer, kicking off at FYF Fest in Los Angeles on July 23.