Thou & The Body.
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January 7, 2015 Prepare to be pummeled by self-pity. Two extremist doom-metal bands combine to slam this industrial sad-bastard fest into the ground.
September 23, 2014 Much like the duo's previous soundtracks for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and The Social Network, the Gone Girl score is extraordinarily creepy.
Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor, performing live at the 2013 Mt. Oasis festival.
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November 8, 2013 The first-ever Mountain Oasis festival went down the weekend before Halloween in Asheville, N.C., filling the city's streets with music and costumed fans. See some of the live performances and street scenes in animated GIFs.
A crush of fans dance together at a Bassnectar performance, from the 2013 Mountain Oasis festival.
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November 8, 2013 All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen recently returned from what he calls the most creative music festival he's ever seen. Read about his five favorite moments from the Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit.
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August 19, 2013 The latest edition of the program includes a new, pop-flavored single from Nine Inch Nails; brooding, cerebral hip-hop from Earl Sweatshirt; a late-summer dance jam from Seven Davis Jr.; the Beatle-y music of The Goldberg Sisters; Argentinian electronic musician Juana Molina; and more.
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June 28, 2013 The wildly creative film director oversaw the video for Trent Reznor's first single in five years as Nine Inch Nails, "Came Back Haunted."
January 31, 2013 The video for "How Long," from How To Destroy Angels' debut album, Welcome Oblivion, imagines a terrifying, dystopian future where man hunts man for survival.
December 13, 2011 Hear five cover songs that honor the past while translating familiar sounds into something new.
October 29, 2010 In the spirit of Halloween, we've thrown together a list of songs that scare the bejeebies out of us. Hear a mix of terrifying tunes by Black Sabbath, Throbbing Gristle, Nine Inch Nails and, oh yeah, Sufjan Stevens.
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