According to NINE INCH NAILS mainman Trent Reznor, the long-rumored television series based on NINE INCH NAILS‘ 2007 album “Year Zero” is making progress. Reznor told the Los Angeles Times, “We are in pre-production with HBO and BBC America to do a miniseries. It’s exciting. I probably shouldn’t say too much about it except that I understand that there’s a thousand hurdles before anything shows up in your TV listing. It’s been an interesting and very educational process and it cleared the HBO hurdle a few months ago and now we’re writing drafts back and forth. So it’s very much alive and incubating at the moment.”
Reznor is working with the team of Lawrence Bender (producer of Quentin Tarantino films such as “Pulp Fiction”, “Inglourious Basterds” and “Reservoir Dogs”) and Kevin Kelly Brown (executive producer on “Roswell”) for the television series.
SONOIO Album Art
NINE INCH NAILS collaborator Alessandro Cortini who was a part of the band’s lineup from 2005 to 2008 has unveiled his new solo project. SONOIO, which comes from the italian phrase “sono io”, that means “it’s me”, consists solely of Alessandro Cortini. It’s first self titled album is set for release on September 14th, 2010 and to promote the release SONOIO has released 4 tracks for free off their upcoming album.
The 4 tracks included in the free download are Just Me, Suck Up Everything, Not Worth Remembering and Silence.
Get your free downloads right now at: http://sonoio.org/
As a member of NINE INCH NAILS, Cortini toured from 2005 to 2008, during the band’s “Live: With Teeth”, “Performance 2007” and “Lights In The Sky Over North/South America” tours. His primary role was that of touring keyboard player, although he also played guitar and bass guitar on some songs. Besides touring with the band, Cortini also contributed to the instrumental album “Ghosts I-IV” (receiving co-writing credits on a number of tracks) and the 2008 album “The Slip.” He also features in the live DVD “Beside You In Time,” as well as the music videos for “The Hand That Feeds” and “Survivalism.” He left the band at the end of 2008, citing a desire to pursue other projects.
Cortini is also the frontman of Los Angeles band Modwheelmood. A Modwheelmood remix of “The Great Destroyer” was also released on the “Year Zero” remix album “Year Zero Remixed.”
Cortini Performing With Nine Inch Nails
Everyday Is Exactly The Same Lyrics Taken From The "With Teeth" Inlay Booklet
“Everyday Is Exactly The Same” by Nine Inch Nails
Words By Trent Reznor
From The Album “With Teeth”
“I’d like to wake up from this dream
A world where they don’t scream
A world without misery
So pray for the soldiers of misfortune”
“Soldiers of Misfortune” by Filter
Words by Richard Patrick
“I think there’s something strangely musical about noise.”
– Trent Reznor, Nine Inch Nails