Stuff went down at the Grammy’s last year in the great world of Rock, but that isn’t news. Some of our fave frontmen like Josh Homme, Dave Grohl, and Trent Reznor especially have a problem with the awards show after their performance got cut short by a freaking Delta commercial this past year. But after successfully kicking ass with Atticus Ross on the Gone Girl soundtrack, he touches on how a Oscar nomination means way more to him than a Grammy.
Mr. Reznor had no problem telling Hollywood Reporter how he really feels about the show… “Having won a couple Grammys for stupid sh*t — best metal performance — it’s hard to feel good about the integrity of that. If that’s how much you’re paying attention to what you’re giving out, why should I think that really means anything? When the Oscar [nomination] came up, it felt very different. I can’t tell if that’s because I’m older or it felt like it’s coming from a more sincere pedigree. … And particularly in a field we’d just gotten into, to see that, ‘Hey, you think [we] deserve this?’ It felt nice.”