Trent Reznor Is Giving Away Free Music Again




You cracked the rumors. You watched the video. And on Tuesday you can download the music.

Like he did with the past couple of Nine Inch Nails albums, Trent Reznor is making his new band's EP a free download on June 1.

How to Destroy Angels' six-song self-titled debut EP will be available as a free download at the band's website. So sit tight.

For you old-schoolers, a physical CD will be available on July 6. And for you old-old-schoolers, a vinyl version will eventually be released.

Reznor's latest project is a collaboration with wife Mariqueen Maandig (who does the singing) and Atticus Ross. The songs on the EP are "The Space In Between," "Parasite," "Fur-Lined," "BBB," "The Believers," and "A Drowning."

So now you have something to look forward to after your long weekend of doing nothing. Pretty cool way to start summer, huh? —Michael Gallucci (follow me on Twitter @mgallucci)

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