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  • TRENT REZNOR: DONALD TRUMP Is 'A Complete F**king Moron'
    on July 25, 2017 at 16:18

    Trent Reznor says that Donald Trump is "a complete fucking moron" who lies and doesn't believe in science. The NINE INCH NAILS leader's comments came during an interview with The Village Voice in which he described the current political tenor of the country "disheartening." For Reznor, however, Trump's shocking victory in the last presidential election represented the revenge of the white working class over coastal elites. "When you're not in an urban environment, you often feel left out of the conversation, and I get that. I grew up in that," he said. In the same interview, Reznor revealed that he spoke honestly to his son about the billionaire real estate mogul when the six-year-old recently asked him, "Donald Trump is a bad guy, isn't he?" Reznor responded carefully. "Look, I don't think he's a good guy. Some people do," he told his son. "I don't think he believes in science and I don't think he believes people should be treated decently and I don't think he tells the truth. That's why I don't like him." Trent admitted that he found it difficult to be optimistic about the country's future when President Trump's demeanor, language and comportment remain antithetical to what we are accustomed to in a sober and judicious president. "It's tough, because the president of the United States is a complete fucking moron," he said. "That's what gets me the most — that he's this vulgar, grotesque dope, everything I hate in people." Reznor's latest comments echo those he made in an interview with The Daily Beast last October. In explaining Trump's appeal, Trent said: "I grew up in rural Pennsylvania in a small town, pre-Internet, feeling away from the world. What happened on the television screen was a world away from what was in the range of my experience. I grew up with my grandparents and didn't travel. I didn't look at myself as a redneck or 'backward,' but I know the feeling of exclusion. And when I've gone back there to visit — I still have family back there — I have seen what the housing crisis has done to the small town I grew up in, where the biggest house the rich people lived in on the block you can buy for $35,000 now, and the shadows of the dead coal industry looms over it all. It's an economically depressed area. Living in California or on the coasts, it's easy to lose touch with what a lot of the country is." NINE INCH NAILS released an EP titled "Add Violence" last Friday (July 21). The five-track project was the second installment in the band's three-part EP series. The first, "Not The Actual Events", arrived last December. The third is yet to be titled but is expected to arrive by the end of the year. Reznor has said that all three EPs will connect to tell one story. The last full-length NIN album, "Hesitation Marks", came out in 2013. NINE INCH NAILS began a string of live shows last week with a warm-up gig in Bakersfield, California on July 21, followed two days later by the FYF Fest. Other concerts are scheduled throughout the summer and fall. […]

  • LZZY HALE Is 'Really Excited' About HALESTORM's Next Album
    on July 25, 2017 at 15:12

    A Music Blog, Yea? conducted an interview with HALESTORM singer Lzzy Hale at the Alternative Press Music Awards on July 17 at KeyBank State Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio. You can now watch the chat below. Speaking about the evolution of her songwriting, Lzzy said: "I think that the hardest thing that I've had to learn is how to trust myself, and as soon as I started letting go of a lot of the pressure that you might feel from, like, 'Oh, is radio gonna play it now?', expectations that now are present, because now I can call this a career, I'm going back to my four-track TASCAM [cassette-based home studio recorder] days and be, like, 'You know what? I'm just gonna have fun.' And then, all of a sudden, we ended up writing these five new songs that we were super stoked on, and I'm, like, 'I should do that more often.'" On the topic of the progress of the songwriting sessions for HALESTORM's follow-up to 2015's "Into The Wild Life" album, Lzzy said: "So far so good. We're really excited. We're having a listening party with a lot of our team next month, and it'll be fun. We'll start to pick out what we're gonna do." HALESTORM is collaborating with Nick Raskulinecz on material for the band's fourth album. At least some of the sessions are taking place at the Dark Horse Recording studios just outside Nashville. Raskulinecz is an acclaimed producer who has previously worked with RUSH, KORN, ALICE IN CHAINS and DEFTONES, in addition to having helmed HALESTORM's third covers EP, "ReAniMate 3.0: The CoVeRs eP", which came out in January. "ReAniMate 3.0: The CoVeRs eP" featured an eclectic mix of songs from artists like METALLICA, SOUNDGARDEN, JOAN JETT & THE BLACKHEARTS, SOPHIE B. HAWKINS, TWENTY ONE PILOTS and WHITESNAKE. […]

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