The third studio full-length from the Oxnard, California-based powerviolence/grindcore unit, You Will Never Be One of Us clocks in at just under 22 minutes. Their longest outing to date, the ten-track set would be less of a marathon were it not for the epic eight-minute closer "They Come Crawling Back," a doomy, thrashy, and relentlessly brutal bit of business that boasts the album's lone fade-out; it actually exhausts itself. The rest of You Will Never Be One of Us closely mirrors Nails' previous offerings, delivering forehead-melting blastbeats, whammy bar-induced audio grand mal seizures, and lyrics that target the sickly sweet spot between apoplectic and hopeless.
Hesitation Marks is the eighth studio album by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, released on September 3, 2013. It is their first album since 2008's The Slip, and first release on Columbia Records, making this their first album released on a major label since 2007's Year Zero. The album title is derived from "hesitation wounds", marks that are produced by testing a bladed weapon before attempting suicide or self-harming.