Vocals [Additional] – Allison Iraheta, Sharlotte Gibson
|4||The Background World||11:44|
|5||This Isn't The Place||4:44|
|none||Nine Inch Nails||Add Violence (5xFile, MP3, EP, 320)||The Null Corporation||none||2017|
|none||Nine Inch Nails||Add Violence (5xFile, WAV, EP, 16 )||The Null Corporation||none||US||2017|
|B002726701||Nine Inch Nails||Add Violence (12", EP)||Capitol Records, The Null Corporation||B002726701||US||2017|
|B002726602||Nine Inch Nails||Add Violence (CD, EP)||Capitol Records, The Null Corporation||B002726602||Canada||2017|
|none||Nine Inch Nails||Add Violence (CDr, EP, Num, Promo, Wat)||Universal Music Canada||none||Canada||2017|
4-panel digisleeve with sticker on cover (shrink wrap) & 16-page lyrics booklet.
"THE COMPACT DISC VERSION OF ADD VIOLIENCE
FEATURING 'LESS THAN'
℗© 2017 THE NULL CORPORATION.
MANUFACTURED AND DISTRIBUTE BY CAPITOL
RECORDS/N CAROLINE INTERNATIONAL
ORIGINAL RELEASE DATE: JULY 21, 2017 00602557897975"
This original release date refers to the digital version of Add Violence.
Published by Form and Texture (ASCAP) / Administered by Kobalt Songs Music Publishing,
Songs In The Key of Mink (BMI) / Administered by Downtown DMP Songs
On back cover:
℗© 2017 The Null Corporation.
Made in the EU
Add Violence - Nine Inch Nails. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Add Violence is the sixth extended play EP and eleventh major release by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails. Released through The Null Corporation and Capitol Records on July 19, 2017, it is the second in a trilogy of releases, following the EP Not the Actual Events 2016 and preceding the band's ninth studio album Bad Witch 2018. It was produced by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Add Violence. Nine Inch Nails. Released July 21, 2017. Add Violence Tracklist. Less Than Lyrics. Reznor has said that he designed the album to be less approachable than what he feels is dominating the radio these days. Aiming to create something that didnt rely on clichés. Additionally, the album artwork as well as music videos have revisited themes originally created during the bands immersive Year Zero ARG seemingly contributing to that overall narrative. The reverse side of the Vinyl release album art consists of the following image, which was also featured in the music video for Less Than. Nine Inch Nails - Add Violence 2017. To favorites 5 Download album. Listen album. Electronic Industrial. Songs in album Nine Inch Nails - Add Violence 2017. Nine Inch Nails - Less Than. Nine Inch Nails - The Lovers. Nine Inch Nails - This Isn't The Place. Nine Inch Nails - Not Anymore. Nine Inch Nails - The Background World. Total votes: 30. Other albums by Nine Inch Nails. Nine Inch Nails - Live In Fresn. Vydia, TuneCore, UMG от лица компании The Null Corporation Abramus Digital, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing, LatinAutor, AMRA и другие авторские общества 9. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Modern Rock HitsYouTube Music. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Listen free to Nine Inch Nails Add Violence Less Than, The Lovers and more. 5 tracks 27:15. Add Violence is the 2nd EP in the Trilogy with NTAE Not The Actual Events and Bad Witch. It was released in 19 July 2017 by The Null Corporation. Moving away from the more aggressive nature of Not The Actual Events, the EP focused more on soundscapes and textures alongside their traditional elements, similar to that of The Fragile 1999, which resulted in more longform compositions. ADD Violence. Part two. The view widens and everything is in feeling of inhibition on Add Violence starts to feel like less of an artistic choice and more a necessity. The two mashed together tempos and moods of Not Anymore could be just a quick and dirty way to stick two otherwise incomplete musical fragments together - the long outro of The Background World simply a way to make the rest of the song feel less unfinished. Nine Inch Nails' latest EP is 'Add Violence. John Crawford. Trent Reznor has always aspired to the artistic malleability of David Bowie, tweaking his sound and vision with each release while twisting his kaleidoscope of grays into different shades of anguish. Like the late Thin White Duke, hes made missteps his remix EPs never fixed anything, and his glitchy How to Destroy Angels space-pop detour could be his Tin Machine, but also like Bowie, hes always regained his footing, funneling his anxieties into new teeth-gnashing horrorscapes