Nine Inch Nails are set to debut their brand new single "Came Back Haunted" this Thursday (June 6), NME reports.
Lisa Worden, Music Director for the Los Angeles station said of the track: "I think it's in line with the first two albums. Its got a great beat, it's not the experimental material Trent [Reznor]'s done in the last five years."
She added: "I wouldn't say that it's dance-y, but it does have a great beat, a groove. Trent really brought it with this song. Its going to sound amazing to new fans and old. It's just cool."
Trent Reznor recently announced plans for the follow-up to 2008's "The Slip" which he has been working on with Alan Moulder and Atticus Ross. In statement, the frontman said the album is "f--king great."
Trent Reznor has also revealed that band's former guitarist Robin Finck will rejoin the group for their forthcoming tour. The news came after Eric Avery announced that he was leaving the band. The musician, who was a founding member of Jane's Addiction, said he was "overwhelmed" after recently touring with Garbage and didn't feel like he could commit to another year and a half on the road "with all the intensity that Nails demands."
Nine Inch Nails are set to play Reading and Leeds Festivals this August, as well as Lollapalooza in Chicago and Jay-Z's "Made in America" Festival in Philadelphia this summer. They were also announced as the headliners of this year's Voodoo Festival, with more tour dates to be announced.