HEALTH & Nine Inch Nails’ Collaborative Track “Isn’t Everyone” Is Now Available On 7″ Vinyl

HEALTH and Nine Inch Nails’ previously released collaborative track, “Isn’t Everyone,“ is now available on 7″ vinyl. You can get that release HERE.

Watch Halsey Discuss Her New Nine Inch Nails Produced Album With Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross

As previously reported, Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross produced Halsey’s newly released album “If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power.“ Now, the trio have shared a new video in which they discuss the effort with moderator Lizzy Goodman. You can check that out below:

Nine Inch Nails Cancel 2021 Touring Plans

Nine Inch Nails have cancelled all of their 2021 touring plans including their performances at Riot Fest, Louder Than Life, and Welcome To Rockville. The band issued the following statement:

“IT IS WITH GREAT REGRET THAT WE ARE CANCELLING ALL NIN APPEARANCES FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS YEAR. WHEN ORIGINALLY PLANNED, THESE SHOWS WERE INTENDED TO BE A CATHARTIC AND CELEBRATORY RETURN TO LIVE MUSIC. HOWEVER, WITH EACH PASSING DAY IT’S BECOMING MORE APPARENT WE’RE NOT AT THAT PLACE YET. WE ARE SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE OR DISAPPOINTMENT AND LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AGAIN WHEN THE TIME IS RIGHT. TICKET BUYERS FOR THE SEPTEMBER 21 AND 23 SHOWS IN CLEVELAND, PLEASE REFER TO YOUR POINT OF PURCHASE FOR TICKET REFUND INFORMATION.”

HEALTH Team Up With Nine Inch Nails For New Song “Isn’t Everyone”

HEALTH have joined forces with Nine Inch Nails for a new song titled “Isn’t Everyone.“ The track will appear HEALTH‘s upcoming “DISCO4 :: PART II“ release. The band said the following about the collaboration:

“It’s fucking Nine Inch Nails. That speaks for itself. You don’t need a clever quote to encapsulate it.”

Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross Win Oscar For Their “Soul” Score

Nine Inch Nails‘ Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have won an Oscar in the “Best Original Score” category for their work on the score for “Soul.” The duo collaborated on that piece with Jon Batiste. Notably, while discussing the win, Reznor also revealed that Nine Inch Nails might be working on new music as early as today (April 26):

“Ten years ago, when we did ‘The Social Network‘, which is the first film that we worked on, it was such a great experience. We just came out of it inspired and re-energized, and it was working on a medium we hadn’t done before and learned so much, that we felt like, ‘Hey, let’s do a Nine Inch Nails record; let’s go on tour.’ And what we’ve tried to do since then is break it up where we do some rock music, we come back and do some film work. We’ve just done three pretty big films in ‘Watchmen‘, ‘Mank‘, and ‘Soul‘ in a row. We should be on tour but COVID has prevented that. We are planning on working on Nine Inch Nails material as soon as…probably tomorrow.”

Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross Nominated For Two Academy Awards

Nine Inch Nails‘ Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross are among the nominees for this year’s Academy Awards. The musicians were nominated in the “Best Original Score” category for their work on the scores for “Mank” and “Soul.” The latter found the duo collaborating with Jon Batiste. The awards ceremony will broadcast on April 25.

Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross Win Golden Globe Award For “Soul” Score

Nine Inch Nails‘ Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have won a Golden Globe Award in the “Best Original Score – Motion Picture” category for their work on the score for “Soul.” The duo collaborated on that piece with Jon Batiste.

Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails) On Marilyn Manson: “I Have Been Vocal Over The Years About My Dislike Of Manson As A Person”

Trent Reznor is the latest artist to comment on the disturbing abuse allegations that have been leveled against Marilyn Manson. The Nine Inch Nails frontman issued a statement saying that he has “been vocal over the years about [his] dislike of Manson as a person.”

Reznor previously signed Manson to Nothing Records and produced his first two albums. The two then ended up having a falling out in the late 90s, though Manson later claimed that they had made amends.

More recently, Reznor was brought into the conversation surrounding the abuse allegations against Manson after an excerpt from Manson’s 1998 autobiography “The Long Hard Road Out Of Hell” resurfaced on social media. In that passage, Manson claimed that him and Reznor sexually assaulted a drunk woman together. Reznor has since called that story a “fabrication” in a statement to Pitchfork:

“I have been vocal over the years about my dislike of Manson as a person and cut ties with him nearly 25 years ago. As I said at the time, the passage from Manson’s memoir is a complete fabrication. I was infuriated and offended back when it came out and remain so today.”

Reznor’s comments come after Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland recently said that “every single thing that people have said about [Manson] is fucking true.”