If you hadn't been keeping tabs, the new Sick Among the Pure
has released it's December issue, with quite a lot of new input and fresh writing from regulars and new contributors. This issue includes a run-down of the broken era of nine inch nails
, some positing on the goods and bads of file sharing
, among other contributions. Go check it out.
While you're killing time, don't forget that The NIN Historian
has been keeping his site very up to date, and there's a whole metric crapload of cool oldschool and more recent NIN tour-related information and scans there. Just this past month, he completed the online collection of Fragility Tour Itineraries
, with the addition of the itinerary for the Australia/Japan leg of the tour. Keep in mind, there's always more to be put online, and if you have something he doesn't, you ought to let him know.
We discovered a nice French page on NIN & Manson at awarmplace.net
, a site which seems to combine the aspects of a news page with an online community, a la plastic
. If it were in English, they'd make for good friendly competition ;)
Speaking of, I nicked this information from Digital Noise
, who don't necessarily keep their front page up to date all the time, but keep turning up interesting things in their forums: there's a new band called Error
, featuring Brett Gurewitz
(guitarist for Bad Religion), Greg Puciato
(recent vocalist for The Dillenger Escape Plan), Leopold Ross
, and Nothing Records'
most recent convertee, Atticus Ross
. Their first release is due out on Epitaph records in 2004, and here's the track listing:
1. Nothing's Working
3. Burn In Hell
4. Jack The Ripper
5. Brains Out
...that is, as long as this album avoids whatever perpatual-delay curse has haunted Atticus' other projects such as TapeWorm, 12 Rounds, Zach de la Rocha and Nine Inch Nails. Nonetheless, it looks to be a real good group of talented people, and worth keeping an eye out for when it comes out on January 20, 2004.
And finally, to wrap up this update, if you're a fan of Charlie Clouser, you ought to check out this website
, which manages to goof on Charlie while also informing you of what's up with everyone's favorite former NIN keyboardist.