A clumsy Last.fm user has accidentally posted all the details for forthcoming releases by "How To Destroy Angels" online - but not before we caught the details.
Posted on Oct 11, 2012 03:06 pm
The title and tracklist of Trent Reznor's new album with side project How To Destroy Angels appears to have leaked ahead of its release in 2013.
The leak was made by a careless Last.Fm user who "scrobbled" the tracks to its service which tracks listening habits, according to Antiquiet. The user named Blank667 tracked songs from the EP but also eight more songs which are believed to be from the forthcoming album.
A fan alerted Rob Sheridan from the band which led to the Last.fm account being closed, but not before the possible album title "Welcome Oblivion" and full tracklist was revealed.
With the album still months from release, these details could be subject to change (if true at all), but here they are:
"Welcome Oblivion" tracklist:
01. Keep It Together
02. The Wake-Up
03. Too Late, All Gone
04. We Fade Away
05. Recursive Self-Improvement
06. Hallowed Ground
07. And the Sky Began to Scream
08. Ice Age
09. On the Wing
10. How Long?
11. The Loop Closes
12. Strings and Attractors
The group which includes collaborator Atticus Ross will release the EP "An Omen" on November 13, with the album to follow in early 2013.
Hear the preview song "Keep It Together" here:
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