Since Nine Inch Nails completely SLAYED their performance on Twin Peaks a couple of weeks ago, we’ve been on a bit of a Nine Inch Nails hype – and now we have something to be even more excited about, as the band have released a brand new EP.
You can now stream their 5-song EP called Add Violence on Apple Music and Spotify. Check it out here:
This new EP acts as the second installment to their trilogy of records that the band hope to finish sometime this year. The first came in the form of their December EP, Not The Actual Events. And now we’ve got the Nine Inch Nails bug (yes, it is contagious) we’re excited to hear what else they bring to the table with their third EP.
In a press release, the band have said that Add Violence “Finds the band becoming more accessible and impenetrable at the same time.”
They also go on to say that,
The sonic palette expands significantly from Not The Actual Events, incorporating elements of beauty into the dark dissonance. The narrative arc linking the three records begins to emerge through the disassociated lyrics and the provocative and luce-filed cover artwork and accompanying physical component.
Nine Inch Nails is headed by lead singer, Trent Reznor. The band was founded in 1988 and soon became firm favorites in the industrial rock scene during the ‘90s. Their most successful albums are The Downward Spiral released in 1994, and The Fragile released in 1999 – could these new EPs be joining the club? We think so.