Published On February 11, 2013 | By Brett Buchanan | Featured

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross won the Grammy last night for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. Reznor previously won Emmys with Nine Inch Nails in 1993 for Best Metal Performance for “Wish” and in 1996 for “Happiness in Slavery (live performance).”

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  • tmekt

    With a cover song? This is madness…

  • monkeyeatsbanana

    yeah for being gay for almost 2 decades trent deserves now to be called “the man”.

  • Wam Meesly

    It seems clear to me that TR has reached his musical apex commercially, meaning that had he put forth the effort he and company have recently with the OST gigs, he could have created an immaculate record. Instead, we get these soundtracks, and HTDA. He could have essentially released an album or two or solely instrumental music and won a Grammy.

  • Christine

    Better Trent than pretty much any corporate created fake abomination.

    Go Trent Go! The proverbial They can not always deny work that is great (in spite of their not having manufactured it).

    Congratulations – destroy the system from within. I hope the next revolution is coming in, I keep looking over my shoulder for a big big wave.