Trent Reznor Talks How to Destroy Angels, Confirms That NIN Isn’t Dead

by | May 7, 2010

Trent Reznor recently spoke out about his new project How to Destroy Angels, answering fan questions via Facebook.

Reznor has confirmed that How to Destroy Angels is comprised of his wife Mariqueen Maandig and frequent NIN collaborator Atticus Ross.

He also assured fans that NIN was still alive, stating that “NIN is not dead and I am about to work on some material that I believe will be quite different than previous NIN very soon.”

How to Destroy Angels will release a six-song EP this summer. A release date is to be announced.

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