Nine Inch Nails‘ frontman Trent Reznor sat down for an interview with Stereogum earlier this week and spoke about being left out of the running for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Having been nominated twice in the past, the band is yet to join the ranks of rock legends to be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame, but they couldn’t care less, says Reznor; “I saw somebody write something online or comment on Twitter like, ‘What could be less rock and roll than the f**kin’ Hall Of Fame.’ And that is authentically how I feel about it,” Reznor told Stereogum.
“the worst would be if we did [get inducted] and then what? We’d have to f**kin’ show up and jam? I can’t even imagine what that would be,” he said about the possibility of being inducted in the future.
The Grammys, he added, “doesn’t mean a f**kin’ thing…It doesn’t feel like it has any meaning behind it.”
However, he remains thrilled about the Oscar win for Best Original Score for his work with Atticus Ross on the soundtrack for The Social Network in 2010, saying that it was “completely unexpected.”
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