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Nine Inch Nails - Add Violence mp3 flac

Many of the songs evoke memories of Ghosts I – IV, and the duo’s soundtrack work on The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Gone Girl. Additionally, the album artwork as well as music videos have revisited themes originally created during the band’s immersive Year Zero ARG seemingly contributing to that overall narrative. The reverse side of the Vinyl release album art consists of the following image, which was also featured in the music video for Less Than.

For Nine Inch Nails, breaking up an album’s worth of music into a trilogy of smaller EPs sustains fan excitement and diffuses pressure on creating a singular, definitive statement. It also allows the duo of Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross to take bigger risks. Years ago, the synthwave of Less Than would never have come from this band, yet Reznor’s snarling vocals and his wall of guitars à la The Hand That Feeds remain comfortable territory. This Isn’t the Place is a standout, foregrounding Reznor’s ability to build tension across an arrangement, one of his strong suits.

Complete your Nine Inch Nails collection. Purchasing this version included the instant download of the EP and a physical component which shipped later.

Album · 2017 · 5 Songs. Less Than" indulges Reznor's gifts for New Wave keyboard swells and danceable beats, while "Not Anymore" thrashes about with a near classic-rock swagger and a shout-along chorus

The demise of the CD as the format of choice for top-tier artists, as well as the steady shrinking of our attention spans (down to an average of eight seconds, according to one controversial study), might have been the best thing to happen to Nine Inch Nails. Or maybe it’s the bitter bargain they’ve had to enter into that keeps core members Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross on the road more than ever and doing film score work to make ends meet instead of tinkering in a studio for ages. Whatever the reason, the narrowing of their vision to an EP’s length has only made them stronger, more direct

Nine Inch Nails’ second EP in a year is as perplexing and immediate as their first. Trent Reznor has lost none of his power to discomfit and intimidate. The very presence of Reznor’s long-time partner for film-soundtrack work implies a creative and interpersonal stability unprecedented in the group’s history.