Bad Witch - Nine Inch Nails

Bad Witch

Nine Inch Nails

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2018-06-22
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 6

  • ℗ 2018 The Null Corporation


Title Artist Time
Shit Mirror Nine Inch Nails 3:06 USD 1.29
Ahead of Ourselves Nine Inch Nails 3:30 USD 1.29
Play the Goddamned Part Nine Inch Nails 4:51 USD 1.29
God Break Down the Door Nine Inch Nails 4:14 USD 1.29
I'm Not from This World Nine Inch Nails 6:41 USD 1.29
Over and Out Nine Inch Nails 7:49 USD 1.29


  • Feels incomplete

    By 4G63Nofi
    As a life long NIN fan, these last 3 are lacking. "Less Than" and "God Break Down the Door" are great. The rest? Not so much at all. Too Much experimental instrumentals reminiscent of Ghosts. For the record, Broken, The Fragile and Year Zero are my favorites. This feels more like The Social Network soundtrack heavily distorted, with too many overlapping layers of complexity, with Trent's voice peeking out of all of the distortion. I don't need a Gone Girl remix.
  • Terrible

    By All about the 90s
    This album is gar bage. Good lord Trent in times like these we need u to pick up the mantel and rock!!🤘🏻 very few rock bands left that actually make good music. I haven’t lost faith in Trent yet but this album sounds like someone through a microphone in a toilet and sang to the swirling sounds of dung. COME ON TRENT NEXT ALBUM NEEDS TO ROCK!!!
  • not impressed

    By Veryalot
    As a long time listener of Nine Inch Nails, I have to say that this album is horrible. He has gone of the reservation with this one as well as a few of his previous releases. This isn't the Nine Inch Nails that we know and love.
  • Let's face it.

    By William Gregorian
    Trent will always be in Slam Bamboo, and that's engraved in his DNA. Just because you resonated with his angry phase doesn't mean he's somehow beholden to your arrested development standards. Artists will evolve their music, coming up with newer and creative ways to strike the emotional cords of their fan base. This album is no different, it compares to no one, unlike what some have alluded to here. Just be glad you're getting a steady, and often different streams of music versus having to wait over a decade (I'm looking in your direction, Tool) before a new album is released out...
  • Ok so I gave it another chance

    By skymind
    I listened to some rawer Nin before diving into this one (With Teeth.) Wow this is really good. Trent is broadening his scope with what he can do with music. In particular the last two tracks on this ep is some of the best nien inch nails I have heard in a long while.
  • The downward spiral continues

    By HeyBumper
    NIN lost the thing that made them special. I used to like them b/c they sounded original and were doing things that a lot of things that no one else was doing. That doesn't seem to be the case anymore. It's like Trent Reznor has just turned on a machine, let it make some noises, and threw a few vocals over top.
  • Fascinating and experimental new direction

    By AnimEva
    It’s pretty sad how many NIN fans are stuck in the 90’s and expect Trent to be as well. The man has grown and changed, and with that so has his music. This album and the past few EP’s have all been distinct from one another in terms of sounds and have been far more exciting and engaging than any of the bland stuff he was putting out in the period of 2008-2013.
  • 3 Stars because too many extreme votes

    By wojovox
    It’s both good and bad. There is some aggression in these songs that is easy to like, but then for such a short album we get these long drawn out instrumentals that juxtapose the vocal songs. I’m trying to listen to this album as 1 of 3, but it does seem a bit scattered on its own. And when it comes down to it, there’s no memorable catchy song here. And although I love experimentation and appreciate what Reznor is doing with this new kind of album release, ultimately it’s single songs that burn into our memory as fans. And there’s no song here that’s going to have me repeating the lyrics to in my head.
  • No longer NIN

    By OriginalIndustrial
    If you remember Down in It and Head Like a Hole, THAT was NIN. Like Ministry, NIN now makes noise not music. If you’re going to change from awesome to noisy crap, at least change your name. I used to say I liked NIN now I say I like a few of the songs.
  • Astonishing

    By Zyle Lycanthoth
    I’ve loved NIN since the beginning of time. This album is everything one would expect it to be. It pushes beyond the edge of comfort, and it isn’t afraid to send you tumbling, as needed. Beautiful.

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