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Bursting onto the scene in 1989, Nine Inch Nails married the electronic assault of industrial music with the predictable hooks of pop music. The band, largely a front for the solo efforts of one Trent Reznor, blazed new aural landscapes on their blockbuster 1989 debut, Pretty Hate Machine. Reznor’s dark and twisted lyrics inspired legions of teenagers to apply black eyeliner and to don dark trenchcoats, reenergizing a Goth scene that had been festering just below mainstream radar screens while existing on a steady diet of bands like Laibach and Einsturzende Neubauten. Get in touch with Command Talent, a Nine Inch Nails Booking Agent to discuss pricing for private parties, corporate events and concerts.
NIN’s sound has variously been described as alternative, electronica, heavy metal, rock, synth pop, or, most commonly, industrial. Regarding his music being categorized as industrial, Reznor had this to say in a 1994 Axcess magazine interview:
“What was originally called industrial music was about 20 years ago Throbbing Gristle and Test Dept. We have very little to do with it other than there is noise in my music and there is noise in theirs. I’m working in the context of a pop song structure whereas those bands didn’t. And because someone didn’t come up with a new name that separates those two somewhat unrelated genres, it tends to irritate all the old school fans waving their flags of alternativeness and obscurity. So, I’d say I’ve borrowed from certain styles and bands like that.” Get in touch with Command Talent, a Nine Inch Nails Booking Agent to discuss pricing for private parties, corporate events and concerts.
NIN’s songs cover a range of genres; as a body of work, they cannot be pigeonholed. “The Perfect Drug” has the flavor of drum and bass, vocals in “Down in It” seem influenced by early rap & hip-hop, “Happiness in Slavery” is in the vein of Skinny Puppy and Ministry, “The Frail” is a melancholy piano piece, and most of Pretty Hate Machine could be considered dark synth pop.
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