Nine Inch Nails Stream New Song 'Burning Bright (Field on Fire)'

12/23/2016
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Nine Inch Nails

(Radio.com) As promised, Nine Inch Nails have returned, and they're in blazing form on the new song "Burning Bright (Field on Fire)." The track comes from the band's new EP Not the Actual Events, which comes out today (Dec. 23).

The song opens with a deep, brooding melodic line that anchors the rest of the music. As it progresses, guitar noise, industrial percussion and chaotic sound effects swarm through the mix as frontman Trent Reznor rants.

Then, the volume level drops and Reznor sings the chorus, "Break through the surface and breathe." As the song draws to a conclusion, he intones "I am forgiven, I am free, I am a field on fire" over and over. Read more and stream the song here.

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