Nine Inch Nails make another record. And it's totally free!


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That Trent Reznor sure is busy. Mere months after releasing the instrumental Ghosts I-IV, the former Clevelander has made another Nine Inch Nails record. The Slip, um, slipped out as a totally free download after midnight. And unlike the sorta-snoozy Ghosts, The Slip sounds like a genuine NIN record, complete with vocals. If you’re not into the free, high-quality download thing, old-school CD and vinyl versions will be available in July -- right around the time Nine Inch Nails launch their tour. --Michael Gallucci “Discipline” by Nine Inch Nails:


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