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Nine Inch Nails have (again) back in the game, and their new album Hesitation Marks is not a revolution, but further promote the sound from recent albums. Part of the audience to this sound experience as tedious and disinterested but Modernity sound, and the return of large publishers, the opportunity Reznor and the team that after a long time gather new fans It’s been 25 years since Trent Reznor has Nine Inch Nails, and is now on undoubtedly another man – a former outsider depressive and is now happily married and world famous. From this side did not seem unusual when four years ago, resigned from the group and turned to other projects. However, there was no doubt that the NIN back. Fans noisy and defiant Reznor, which marked the Nineties albums of which we are asked or whether we sound when broken or will break down difficult to accept his new album, Hesitation Marks. Distortion of the guitars is not so much noisy ambient, electronic rhythms while living the dynamics reminiscent of Pretty Hate Machine. However, moving the focus from raw energetic, marching music to quieter sound with emphasis on ambient textures NIN monitored for a long time. With this album, this approach is more mature and more sophisticated than ever, it opens up interesting opportunities for future albums. The change in dynamics, however, does not always produce the most rewarding results – Impacts of electropop in the “Copy of A” and “All Time Low” appear to be ambitious and intriguing, while us “Everything” made me confused trying to look back we see Alex Kapranos. It’s not that bad, but in the context of NIN sounds almost blasphemous. Some of the songs on the album are still closer to the traditional sound Nails – “In Two”, “I Would for You” and “Came Back Haunted” certainly reminiscent of the earlier albums the group – especially Fragile and With Teeth, but is unlikely to be replaced. However, Hesitation Marks is undeniably a step further by cutting and nails. Part of their audience will certainly be difficult to get used to the anger, aggression and frustration that made the group replaced introspection, pulsating rhythms and music more fluid, but Reznor’s meticulously Production ear in this style certainly has a lot to offer. “I Would for You” and “Came Back Haunted” certainly reminiscent of the earlier albums the group – especially Fragile and With Teeth, but is unlikely to be replaced. However, Hesitation Marks is undeniably a step further by cutting and nails. Part of their audience will certainly be difficult to get used to the anger, aggression and frustration that made the group replaced introspection, pulsating rhythms and music more fluid, but Reznor’s meticulously Production ear in this style certainly has a lot to offer. “I Would for You” and “Came Back Haunted” certainly reminiscent of the earlier albums the group – especially Fragile and With Teeth, but is unlikely to be replaced. However, Hesitation Marks is undeniably a step further by cutting and nails. Part of their audience will certainly be difficult to get used to the anger, aggression and frustration that made the group replaced introspection, pulsating rhythms and music more fluid, but Reznor’s meticulously Production ear in this style certainly has a lot to offer.

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