The band first made the airplay chart in 1989.
The Trent Reznor-led act's new single debuts at No. 35 on the chart dated Aug. 5, marking Nine Inch Nails' 20th visit. The act is one of just six to appear on the tally in all four decades of the chart's existence (1980s, '90s, 2000s and '10s), along with Beastie Boys, Depeche Mode, Jane's Addiction, Red Hot Chili Peppers and U2.
Nine Inch Nails now boast the third-longest span of appearances in the history of the chart, which launched on Sept. 10, 1988. NIN sports a span of 27 years, seven months and two weeks between its first entry, "Down in It" (Dec. 16, 1989) and latest week on the latest list. The only acts ahead of Reznor and co. in this regard are Depeche Mode (27 years, 11 months and two weeks) and the Chili Peppers (27 years and 11 months), with the latter likely to challenge the mark as its "Goodbye Angels" currently ranks at No. 31.