Sunday, May 27, 2018

Announcement: The Summer of Cold & Infinite Darkness: A Celebration of NIN

On June 22, 2018, Nine Inch Nails will release their ninth studio full-length release in Bad Witch aka (halo 32) which will be in conjunction with an upcoming tour in the U.S. and Europe. I will be attending the band's performance on September 27, 2018 at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta which will be the fifth time I will be seeing NIN. To celebrate this event as well as the 25th anniversary of me being a fan. It is time to delve into the band's entire discography (known as halos) from the release of their first single Down In It to Bad Witch which will also include the band's home video/DVD releases, official promotional releases (known as seeds), soundtrack work by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross (known as null), and some bootlegs. I also hope to retrieve three of my old concert reviews from the past shows I had attended with a few re-writes of those shows to showcase my undying loyalty to Reznor and Ross as I hope to close the book on the band's entire of body of work as well as soundtrack contributions of Reznor & Ross.

© thevoid99 2018


  1. I know you are a big fan and I can’t think of anyone better to write about the band's discography. I’ll see if I can fit in NIN in my listening over the summer. I’ll give the first two albums a try and see if I connect with them.

  2. I'd start with Pretty Machine, Broken, and The Downward Spiral. Those are the ones that got NIN into the attention of the mainstream. Everything else after that, with the exception of With Teeth, ranges from being dense and experimental to confrontational yet also be accessible. I pretty much love a lot of what Trent does though I will admit there's a few songs I don't really like.