Chris Meyer

Trent Reznor has kept himself quite busy recently with winning an Oscar for “Best Original Score” with The Social Network, scoring The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, writing music for the video game Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, and recording music for the second How to Destroy Angels album (which he plays in with his wife Mariqueen Maandig).  Now, he has recently made comments with regards to new Nine Inch Nails material.

Since disbanding in early 2009, after a string of intimate shows in NYC and Los Angeles, Reznor has found a creative outlet with several different projects.  To many fans dismay, it looked as if NIN was gone for good; however, Reznor recently told Rolling Stone, “I never said that wasn’t going to happen, just that it couldn’t go on as it was.”  So, can we expect new music out of NIN? “All signs point to yes….there are some things in the works.”  This is exciting news for NIN fans all over the world. On a potential tour, Reznor went on to say, “Yeah, if it feels right, it’s a possibility.”

Until that time, Reznor and Maandig will be releasing a How to Destroy Angels’ An Omen EP on November 13th, which will be followed up by a full-length album sometime in early 2013.  Check back with L4LM for more updates as they are announced.