JEORDIE WHITE | BASE TENDENCIES
Nine Inch Nails' performance at the Rock Werchter festival on Saturday, July 2nd will be broadcast live on line (with the correct plugins) by going to the Studio Brussel website. The webcast begins at 8 p.m. local (Belgium) time and 3 p.m. EST. You will need to click on "luister live". Thanks to the NIN Hotline for the info.
The Press page has been updated with Pitchfork Media's review of I Got A Brand New Egg Layin' Machine"
Additional dates for the Fall tour have surfaced:
11.10.05 - Montreal QC - Bell Center
11.11.05 - Toronto, ON - Air Canada Center
11.19.05 - Salt Lake City, UT - E Center
Salt Lake City was originally listed for 10/4/05, but that has been changed. Instead, NIN will be appearing at the World Arena in Colorado Springs, CO on that date.
Two dates have been added to NIN's U.S. Fall tour as follows:
11.7.05 - Albany, NY - Pepsi Arena
11.8.05 - Boston, MA - Fleet Center
Nine Inch Nails is scheduled to appear at the Voodoo Music Experience festival in New Orleans on October 29th and the festival's official website was updated today with the rest of the lineup and ticket information. Go here to check it out.
Meanwhile, the band's performance tonight at the Greenfield Festival in Switzerland had to be canceled due to severe weather, a brief video of which can be viewed at nin.com's Current page (click on the first photo on the left side of the screen). There is no information at this time regarding rescheduling.
The Reviews page has been updated with a review of the June 22nd Paris performance and 8 photos from the same have been added to the Live gallery. Thanks to TheHighPriestess for her review and to Gwen at VIP Live for the photos.
NIN's official website has updated with information on the upcoming "Only" single. The scheduled international release date is July 25th and it will be available in several different formats, including a DVD which will feature the "Only" music video directed by David Fincher. Click here for all the details.
Tickets for Nine Inch Nails' September 17th performance at Tucson's TCC Arena are set to go on sale on Saturday, July 16th at 10:00 a.m. through all Ticketmaster outlets. Keep checking back for more onsale updates.
The Tour page at Nine Inch Nails' official website has been updated with an 11/5/05 date at Philadelphia's Wachovia Center Arena. No ticket onsale info is available at this time.
Nine Inch Nails have announced the first confirmed dates of the U.S. Fall arena tour. They are as follows:
9.16.05 – San Diego, CA – Cox Arena
9.17.05 – Tucson, AZ – TCC Arena
9.19.05 – Phoenix, AZ – America West Arena
9.20.05 – Fresno, CA – Selland Arena
9.23.05 – Seattle, WA – Key Arena
9.24.05 – Portland, OR – Rose Garden Arena
9.26.05 – Vancouver, BC – Pacific Coliseum
9.28.05 – Sacramento, CA – Arco Arena
9.30.05 – Oakland,CA – Oakland Coliseum
10.1.05 – Hollywood, CA – Hollywood Bowl (On sale 6/19 @ 10:00 a.m.)
10.4.05 – Salt Lake City, UT – E Center
10.5.05 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Arena
10.7.05 – Chicago, IL – Allstate Arena
10.8.05 – Detroit, MI – Joe Louis Arena
10.9.05 – Cleveland, OH – Gund Arena
10.11.05 – St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center
10.13.05 – Madison, WI – Alliant Energy Center
10.14.05 – St. Louis, MO – Savvis Center
10.16.05 – San Antonio, TX – SBC Center
10.17.05 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Arena
10.18.05 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center
10.19.05 – Jacksonville, FL – Jacksonville Arena
10.22.05 – Tampa, FL – St. Pete Times Forum
10.24.05 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Office Depot Center
10.25.05 – Orlando, FL – TD Waterhouse Center
10.27.05 – Atlanta, GA – Philips Arena
10.29.05 – New Orleans, LA – Voodoo Festival
10.31.05 – Nashville, TN – Gaylord Entertainment Center
11.2.05 – Washington, DC – MCI Center
11.3.05 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
Further details and additional dates are expected to be added; keep checking back.
Just a reminder for those of you who aren't able to or didn't want to order online, Goon Moon's I Got A Brand New Egg Layin' Machine hits record stores today. A a new, 4-star review from punknews.org has also been added to the Press page.
Two new photos have been added to the Candid gallery (see if you can tell who's who!) Check out buddyhead.com's gossip page for more on this. They also state in their latest update that Jeordie will be on board for the next Desert Sessions recording, however, given the others they are naming at the moment (and given Buddyhead's penchant for sarcasm), it remains to be seen if this can be taken seriously. Josh Homme did recently confirm to MTV that he has set aside the month of December to work on Vol. 11/12, but no mention was made as to who will be involved in the project. I will, of course, keep everyone up to date on this.
Live 4 Metal's review of I Got A Brand New Egg Layin' Machine has been added to the Press page. Thanks to Luce for sending it in.
The official release date for Goon Moon's I Got A Brand New Egg Layin' Machine is June 7th, but Suicide Squeeze Records is making it available now through their online store. This is not a pre-order, the CD is being shipped as orders are placed. Additionally, all orders received prior to June 7th will automatically be entered to win a vinyl test pressing. You can place your order by going here and many of you will be happy to know that shipping is available worldwide using this link.
Change of plans -- Nine Inch Nails will NOT be performing at the MTV Movie Awards as previously announced. Go here for the reason why. Good for Trent sticking to his guns!
Billboard has confirmed that Nine Inch Nails is among the acts that will perform at this year's Voodoo Festival, which will be held at City Park in New Orleans October 29th and 30th. It is expected that up to 80 acts will appear on 7 different stages, with the full lineup to be announced on June 24th. More information on the festival will be forthcoming on its official website.
Jeordie talks at length about Goon Moon and their debut album in a brand new interview with online magazine Aural Minority. It has been added to this site's Press page and can be accessed directly by clicking here.
Goon Moon's EP, I Got A Brand New Egg Layin' Machine is now available for pre-order at amazon.com. Click here to order. The album is scheduled for release on June 7th.
Nine Inch Nails' official website has officially confirmed three Australian dates as follows:
8/17/05 - Melbourne, AU - Rod Laver Arena
8/19/05 - Sydney, AU - Hordern Pavillion
8/22/05 - Brisbane, AU - Entertainment Center
Tickets for all three shows go on sale on May 30th at this location.
Though it has yet to be announced on the official site, it appears that NIN will be touring Australia in late August after they wrap up their shows in Japan. The NIN Hotline reports that an August 22nd show has been confirmed for Brisbane at the Brisbane Entertainment Center. Expect more dates to be forthcoming soon.
Finding decent quality photos of Jeordie onstage with NIN has thus far proven difficult (almost all of what I've seen so far have been of Trent), but I have been able to add two more to the Live gallery, courtesy of Chris Lukasik. Nice shots, Chris! Also, I have added The Boston Globe's review of last night's show at the Orpheum Theatre to the Reviews page. You can read it here.
MTV has confirmed on its website that Nine Inch Nails will be among the performers next month at the MTV Movie Awards. The show tapes on June 4th and will air on June 9th.
A review of last night's show in Chicago (where Jeordie once again played keyboards) has been added to the Reviews page. Thanks to Rich Kozlowski for the write up.
Just a little update from the road: In addition to switching between bass and guitar and providing backup vocals with Nine Inch Nails, Jeordie played keyboards for the first time ever onstage last night for "Something I Can Never Have", the newest addition to NIN's ever-changing set list. Jeordie's definitely a very busy guy on this tour! For a brief report on the entire show (and Tuesday's as well), you can check the "Show Review" forum on the message board.
The Press page has been updated with aversion.com's review of Goon Moon's "I Got a Brand New Egg Layin' Machine".
For anyone going to see Nine Inch Nails at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival this Sunday in Indio, CA, I just wanted to pass on the information that their set is scheduled from 9:00 p.m.-10:15 p.m. on the main stage. For more specifics on the festival, you can check out the official website at www.coachella.com.
NIN's official website has been updated with a brief little video teaser. Click here to view (you will need Quicktime). Also, the Manson-era candid gallery has been updated with a rather rare photo taken of Jeordie when he DJ'd at LA nightclub Life On Mars back in 2000. Click here to have a look. Thanks to Julian for sending it in.
If you're going to see Nine Inch Nails at the Joint in Las Vegas on April 30th, it might be worth your while to head over to the Body English nightclub (formerly Baby's) at the Hard Rock Hotel to check out Camp Freddy's set later that night. Camp Freddy, the "jam" band consisting of Dave Navarro, Billy Morrison, Matt Sorum, Chris Chaney and Donovan Leitch, will be closing out the Hard Rock's 10th Anniversary Bash that night and in today's entry on Navarro's blog page, he states that he hopes to get Jeordie up on stage to do a song or two with them. With several bands in addition to NIN performing as a part of the Hard Rock's celebration, you never know who might show up to jam with these guys. Check Camp Freddy's website for the impressive list of guest performers, including Jeordie, who've appeared with them in the past.
To correct an item I reported on the other week, it appears that Jeordie's remix of Hour Cast's "This Life" does not appear on their self-titled EP currently available, but rather will appear on their full length CD entitled "State of Disgrace", which is set for a summer release on Alkamedia Records. Former NIN drummer Chris Vrenna also contributes a remix by way of the track "3rd of July".
Regarding the release date of Goon Moon's EP, I just wanted to let everyone know that I've received official information clarifying that "I Got A New Egg Layin' Machine" is currently scheduled for a June 7th release, not May 10th.
Chris Goss spoke to Rolling Stone recently about the upcoming Moon Goon EP "I Got A Brand New Egg Layin' Machine," set for release on June 7th. "It's all over the fucking place," he describes the material. "It runs the gamut from pure rock to tracks that just sound like noise." Although this release will only feature 10 songs, Goss reports that a total of 50 songs were actually completed. Once Jeordie's commitments with Nine Inch Nails are fulfilled, the trio expects to release a full length LP which will be supported by a tour. To read more click here, and to hear a sample track, click here.
According to pitchforkmedia.com, the track listing for Goon Moon's LP will be as follows:
1. The Wired Wood Shed
2. Mud Puppies
3. Inner Child Abuse
4. The Smoking Man Returns
5. At the Kit Kat Klub
6. Rock Weird (Weird Rock)
8. I Got a Brand New Egg Layin' Machine
9. No Umbrellas
10. Apartment 31
The project features Jeordie and Chris Goss trading off on vocals, guitar and bass, while Hella's Zach Hill handles all the drumming chores. It is said to capture ideas "hidden, skipped or vetoed" by the members' full-time bands. And while the news posted on the Masters of Reality official website last week indicates a release date of June 7th, pitchforkmedia.com lists it as May 10th. For now, I am leaning towards the June 7th date to be the more likely one, but I will let you know if that changes.
More tickets have been released for the July 14th Brixton Academy show. Click here to purchase.
A review of the March 30th Astoria gig has been added to the Reviews page. Thanks to Calliope for a great write-up!
Jeordie recently took some time off from his chores with Nine Inch Nails to help out Boston-based rockers Hour Cast by remixing the track "This Life", which appears on their recently released 5 song self-titled EP. The EP is available in the Boston area at Newbury Comics, Strawberries, FYE and Tower and can also be purchased and downloaded at itunes. For more information on Hour Cast, check out their official website at www.hourcast.com
Nine Inch Nails will perform their new single, "The Hand That Feeds", next Saturday, April 9th on CD:UK. The show airs at 11:30 a.m. GMT. Check the website for more information.