Trent Reznor is planning on releasing a new Nine Inch Nails album in 2014.
In a related report by The Inquisitr, Reznor gave a big f-bomb to the Grammys 2014 after he was cut off mid-way while performing live the Copy Of A. Although officials claimed there was a “jam” with the end slot Trent was afforded, and that they rolled the credits solely due to the clock, some believe it’s possible the Grammys snub was due to Reznor calling the organization “rigged and cheap” in the past.
While talking to the Rolling Stone Reznor hinted that the new album might be coming out in the fall of 2014:
“We’re leaving to go to tour mid-to-late February, in Australia with Queens Of The Stone Age. We’ve got dates booked through the end of the summer. A lot of touring ahead. Just started on a new product. Can’t tell you what it is yet. It will take place while touring. New music maybe this fall. Every spare second, and even seconds that aren’t spare, are trying to wrangle this new creation into shape.”
This information was apparently more than he should have said. Otherwise, he’s been busy as chief creative officer for Beats Music, a new online music streaming service that builds their own software into the hardware powering speakers and headphones. Although their business model is similar to Spotify, Beats Music is apparently off to a good running start:
“Due to the extremely high volume of interest in our service some users are experiencing issues. Most people are unaffected but our priority is to give everyone a great experience. We prepared for issues like these, have a plan, and are going to hold off on letting more people in while we put this plan in action.”
Looking forward to Trent Reznor’s new album?