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Read The New York Times Magazine’s Q&A With Trent Reznor HERE


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22 JUNE 2018 (TORONTO, ON) - Today, Nine Inch Nails released Bad Witch, the final volume in the trilogy that began with 2016’s Not The Actual Events and 2017’s ADD VIOLENCE. Download/stream Bad Witch HERE. 180G vinyl, high resolution digital files and exclusive bundles are available at


Nine Inch Nails are bringing their legendary live show to the UK and Europe this summer. The tour kicks off tonight with a headline performance at the Robert Smith curated Meltdown Festival. On Sunday, June 24th, Royal Albert Hall’s infrastructure will be put to the test when Nine Inch Nails bring their incendiary live concert experience to the historic venue for one sold out show.


Following a string of sold out shows at the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, COLD AND BLACK AND INFINITE NORTH AMERICA 2018 returns to the US this fall. Stops include six sold out shows at the infamous Palladium in Los Angeles, three sold out nights at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom and two sold out evenings at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall. The tour will also play multiple nights in Brooklyn, San Francisco, Washington D.C., New Orleans, Detroit and more. Ticketing information is available at  


The Jesus and Mary Chain will provide direct support. Opening acts will vary as the tour moves across the country, and include TOBACCO, Kite Base, Daniel Avery, Gabe Gurnsey (Factory Floor), Death in Vegas,  HMLTD and Soft Moon. A Trent Reznor curated playlist featuring the music of each opening act can be heard HERE.


Entertainment Weekly put Bad Witch on “The Must List” and observed, “Dissonant beats, brutal synths, and the occasional sax punctuate the latest by Trent Reznor’s industrial outfit. Bad Witch is about dual truths in a new world.” The Hollywood Reporter praised the album’s “sublime soundscapes,” and called the recent collection of releases “Reznor’s version of…(David Bowie’s) Berlin Trilogy.”


Trent Reznor talks about Bad Witch and other topics in a Q&A that will appear this weekend in The New York Times Magazine. Read an excerpt HERE.