Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross Score ‘ The Vietnam War ’

Trent Reznor and Atti­cus Ross Score ‘ The Viet­nam War ’ by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. The doc­u­men­tary pre­mieres in Sep­tem­ber on PBS (Pub­lic Broad­cast­ing Ser­vice) and will ulti­mate­ly fea­ture more than two cumu­la­tive hours of orig­i­nal music from Trent Reznor and Atti­cus Ross, along with reworked snip­pets from Nine Inch Nails songs and their scores for “The Social Net­work” and “The Girl With the Drag­on Tattoo.”

A lot of it was about ten­sion and fear. The tone of con­cern in ‘Before the Flood’ led per­fect­ly into the pure dread, evil and melan­choly that we explored in ‘Patri­ots Day,’ which also pro­vid­ed us the momen­tum to make the Nine Inch Nails record ugly and con­fronta­tion­al. We could go deep­er in each pool know­ing it wasn’t for­ev­er. We could take a break from the end of the world by going into a ter­ror­ist bomb­ing, or take a break from that by mak­ing an ‘I want to kill myself’ album.

Not every oppor­tu­ni­ty to score a film feels like it’s an artis­tic endeav­or. Rather than just accu­mu­lat­ing projects, we’ve tried to select things that chal­lenge us and feel exciting.

Trent Reznor

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