The multi-instrumentalist and renowned drummer Antonio Sánchez has shared a new song featuring vocals from Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor and, on synths, Atticus Ross. “I Think We’re Past That Now” leads Sánchez’s next album SHIFT (Bad Hombre Vol. II), which arrives August 26 via Arts Music, a division of Warner Music. Sánchez produced the track and laid down drums, keyboards, guitars, bass, and additional vocals. Check out “I Think We’re Past That Now” and it’s accompanying visualizer below, and scroll down for the album’s tracklist and cover art.
Click here to read the full article. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have linked up with celebrated drummer Antonio Sánchez — who helmed the acclaimed percussion-heavy score for Birdman — for a new song, “I Think We’re Past That Now.” Sánchez’s drumming guides the multi-faceted track, beginning at an off kilter lurch. rising to a monumental arena-rock boom, then settling into an energetic shuffle before one last explosion. Reznor provides lead vocals on the song (and wrote the lyrics), bellowing over Sánchez’s dynamic drums and the song’s bruising blend of industrial synths. “I Think We’re Past That Now” will appear on Sánchez’s...
Nine Inch Nails has announced the opening acts that will be on the bill for the band’s upcoming U.S. headlining tour. The first leg of the outing, which launches April 28 in Raleigh, North Carolina, will feature support from electronic group Boy Harsher, while hyperpop duo 100 gecs will open for the May dates. Experimental artist Yves Tumor joins the bill for group of September shows.
The darkness of Trent Reznor might not have been on display quite yet, but the talent of the musician had him landing gigs in several pre-Nine Inch Nails bands in the mid-to-late '80s. One of those was a synth-pop group called Slam Bamboo and footage of his performance with the band on a local Cleveland show has surfaced online (as tipped by Metal Hammer).