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Into the Void (Nine Inch Nails song)

"Into the Void"
Single by Nine Inch Nails
from the album The Fragile
Released January 10, 2000
Format CD
Genre Industrial rock, art rock, electronica, funk rock
Length 4:52
Label Nothing, Interscope
Writer(s) Trent Reznor
Producer(s) Trent Reznor, Alan Moulder
Nine Inch Nails singles chronology
"We're in This Together"
(1999)
"Into the Void"
(2000)
"Starfuckers, Inc."
(2000)

"Into the Void" is a single by Nine Inch Nails, released in 2000. The song was the third single from the album The Fragile, released in 1999. The music video was directed by Walter Stern and Jeff Richter.

Contents

  • The song 1
  • The single 2
  • Music video 3
  • Track listing 4
  • Chart positions 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

The song

"Into the Void" has been covered by Eric Gorfain, Skorbut, Kalte Farben and Wormhole.

The song was featured in the 2000 movie Final Destination, being played on the radio in Carter's '68 Camaro SS, before one of the characters is killed. Even though the song was not written for the movie, the words final and destination are sung in that order ("...pictures in my head of the final destination...").

The song features the same guitar and bass lines as the song "La Mer" also on The Fragile.

The single

"Into the Void" was released as a single only in Australia. This Australian release does not have a halo number, making it the only commercially available Nine Inch Nails CD released with that distinction. (The Capital G single was released to Europe as a non-halo'ed 9" vinyl in June 2007.) However, a two-track promotional CD for "Into the Void", released only in the United States, was incorrectly identified as Halo Sixteen. Because it was not an international release and was only sold in Australia, it is considered a rare release for NIN memorabilia collectors.

The version of "The Perfect Drug" included on this single is slightly longer than the one released on the Lost Highway soundtrack. It fades out at the end instead of ending abruptly. It is the same version found on the We're In This Together PT. 3 single. This track and all of the other tracks on this disc can be found on other halos.

Music video

A music video for the song was directed by Walter Stern and Jeff Richter. An alternate version of the video was later released.[1][2] The video begins with a series of macrophotographic close-ups of Trent Reznor, including his eyes, hair, and mouth. The video concludes with the Nine Inch Nails band performing the song in a red room and eventually destroying their equipment and the set itself. Into the Void was nominated for the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards Breakthrough Video award, but lost out to Björk's All Is Full of Love, directed by Chris Cunningham.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Into the Void"   4:52
2. "We're in This Together"   7:18
3. "The Perfect Drug"   5:43
4. "The New Flesh"   3:40

Chart positions

Chart Peak
position
Modern Rock Tracks[3] 11
Mainstream Rock Tracks[3] 27

References

  1. ^ "Alternate take on Into the Void video surfaces". The NIN Hotline. 2007-09-12. Retrieved 2007-12-29. 
  2. ^ "Nine Inch Nails - Into the Void". Academy Films. Retrieved 2007-09-28.  Note: User must navigate Music Videos > Walter Stern > Into the Void.
  3. ^ a b "Billboard Music Charts - Search Results - Nine Inch Nails".  

External links

  • nin.com
  • Into The Void at the NinWiki
  • (AU CD5")Into the Voiddiscogs.com:
  • nincollector.com: "Into the Void" (US Promo)
  • Full lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
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