Nine Inch Nails Circa 1989, Rob Zombie Working On New Album — Angel’s Rock Report
Linkin Park aren't wasting any time getting their new album out. The band announced yesterday that "Burn It Down," the first single from the as-yet-untitled album, would be hitting the airwaves on April 16th. The band was in Los Angeles yesterday shooting a video for the track.
There's no release date as of yet for the album, which will be Linkin Park's fifth. Hear a clip of the new track here.
Korn drummer David Silveria's DUI arrest over the weekend in Huntington Beach, California isn't sidelining his new band. The group, Infinika, has issued a statement saying, "The recent incident will not interfere with the release of the Infinika debut single on April 2nd, nor will it interfere with the band's plan to tour this summer."
In the age of YouTube, no one can escape embarrassing performances from the past. Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor knows that now with a recently posted clip from 1989 that features him lip-synching to "Down In It" on a show called Dance Party U.S.A.
Last night Reznor took to his Twitter to issue a bunch of humorous tweets about the video. Reznor wrote:
"Many years ago, a young and naive Nine Inch Nails were asked what TV shows they'd be interested in appearing on. As a joke (and likely drunk), they thought of the most absurd choice they could come up with at the time. They were then informed their bluff had been called and were actually booked on said show. They hopped in their Honda Civic touring vehicle (hatchback) and travelled many miles to (I think) NJ for the big show. They had a laugh making fun of the people, their fashion choices and hairstyles. Life was good. Years later, the internet is discovered...There's a moral in there somewhere. Come to think of it, Skrillex may indeed owe me some publishing on that hairdo..."
HOLY S*** is that Debbie ****ing Gibson introducing them!! I remember this show because I had a cousin with huge hair who loved pop music and Richard Marx, she was obsessed with this Dance Party USA show. I'm crackin' UP!
Rob Zombie sounds pretty confident about the album he'll start recording on June 1st. He says, "I have not felt this much excitement within the band since recording the first Hellbilly Deluxe record almost 15 years ago. We have been working on tons of songs for quite some time and I can safely say this will definitely be our best record yet."