Top 10+ Things You Need to Know About NIN!

In this article, we will discuss some of the unexpected aspects of the band NIN (Nine Inch Nails). These ten short facts will help us understand the artist’s lifestyle.

Top 10+ Facts About NIN(Nine Inch Nails)

Trent Reznor and his bandmates never intended to penetrate into the mainstream with Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails’ groundbreaking debut Pretty Hate Machine, which was released on October 20, 1989.

The singer and composer’s personal journal entries set to throbbing, hard-hitting rhythms were more accessible, exciting, and far-reaching than perhaps anyone at the time could have imagined.

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  1. The band intentionally released a few tracks from the album ‘Year Zero‘ as part of a ‘conspiracy-themed’ advertising campaign to complement the album’s theme.
  2. It is said that Reznor felt as if he had “lost a fiancĂ©e” when Johnny Cash covered “Hurt,” as he felt the song no longer belonged to him.
  3. NIN announced that their final performance would be at the Bonnaroo Festival in 2009. The following week, however, a 15-date US tour was announced.
  4. The band’s debut album, ‘Pretty Hatred Machine,’ was originally titled ‘The Industrial Nation‘.
  5. Rolling Stone ranked NIN at number 94 on its selection of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time in 2004.
  6. Reznor is the only member of the band who has been there since the beginning. There have been many different live lineups for NIN.
  7. NIN’s second release, the “Broken” EP, came out because the band’s record label, TVT, told them to. After the record came out, the band didn’t go on tour, and Trent Reznor went right back to writing for the next album.
  8. The band’s most recent album, “The Slip,” came out in 2008 and was given away for free. Reznor said, “This one’s on me.”
  9. When Trent played live between 1994 and 2008, he was joined by a five-piece band. Since 2009, however, he has only been joined by four people.
  10. 2008’s “Ghosts I-IV” is not a “free” album, but it can be legally downloaded for free from file-sharing sites because it was released with Creative Commons licensing.
  11. Reznor once made a fake album called “Strobe Light” on Twitter as a joke about Chris Cornell. Some of the songs on the “album” were “PussyGrinder” and “Aid, Pain, and Played.”

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