Trent Reznor Says NIN Isn't Dead

artist: Trent Reznor date: 05/07/2010 category: general music news

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Trent Reznor Says NIN Isn't Dead
Trent Reznor has announced that even though the group played their last show in 2009, they are indeed "not dead". While talking to fans on Facebook, Reznor gave a quick update on Nine Inch Nails and what the band's status is. "NIN is not dead," said Reznor. "I am about to work on some material that I believe will be quite different than previous NIN very soon." The announcement from the frontman comes as a surprise to many as 2009 was said to be the last year of existence for Nine Inch Nails. Reznor and the band played a final three-hour concert at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles on September 10. "This is it," said Reznor during the performance. "We're not going to tour anymore as Nine Inch Nails, but we're all still going to be making music." Several guests appeared at the concert to support Reznor and the rest of the band. Some of the musicians who appeared that include guitarist Dave Navarro, Gary Numan and pianist Mike Garson. Currently, Reznor is set to release an EP with his wife under the name How To Destroy Angels.
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