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Rock and roll is dead Its a fact During the eighties romp of techno and fashion bands people forgot all about it In the late eighties and early nineties alternative music tried to save rock and roll but it was too big of a category If a band didnt sing country or rap they were considered alternative Every alternative band had their own idea of music and it all spread apart running farther away from rock Finally when alternative became more defined and broke off into categories one specific type of alternative offspring industrial music made the best attempt in a decade to revive the long forgotten era of rock and roll The only problem with this new rock is that it was angered from being forgotten for over a decade and now its back filled with angst and hatred Industrial music has weaved rock and roll with evil and misery The founder and leader of the industrial revolution is the band Nine Inch Nails Most people do not classify Nine Inch Nails as a band though The writer producer lead vocalist keyboarder and guitarist of the band is Trent Reznor For the past two years Trent has been the artist of the year in Spin magazine and NIN has been the number two band of the year In 1994 Nine Inch Nails was announced MTVs band of the year This was a great honor because MTV spends most of its time with rap and hip-hop When NINs first album came out in 1989 it was mostly rock and roll with a techno twist containing songs full of depressing suicidal lyrics Then as the next two albums arose Trent became more evil with his music using machines and pretty much anything he could find that would make his music sound angered and irritated This hard twisted music backed up by words of pure hatred started the industrial ball rolling One band
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