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How to Destroy Angels-"Trent Reznor's new project, with his new wife...
Here it is, Trent Reznor's first musical offering since the end of Nine Inch Nails: How to Destroy Angels' seven-minute downtempo slither "A Drowning".

As previously reported, How to Destroy Angels is Reznor's collaboration with his wife, former West Indian Girl frontwoman Mariqueen Maandig. They will release their self-titled debut EP this summer. All we know about this track is that it was mixed by Alan Moulder, who has worked with Nine Inch Nails in the past.

Check out the How to Destroy Angels website for frequent updates of mysterious video snippets. /


Trent Reznor details How to Destroy Angels project

By Alex Young on May 5th, 2010

Now that we have solved the mystery of what is How to Destroy Angels, its time to learn more about Trent Reznors latest project.

Earlier today, someone (likely Mr. Reznor) utilized the bands Facebook page to answer fan questions. Among the information garnered from the Q&A session? The bands forthcoming, self-titled EP is the result of early collaboration We were going to use all of 2010 to experiment and gestate but liked the early results and decided to share them. Next up is a full LP (tent. early 2011) and then MAYBE some degree of touring.

Reznor went on to confirm the bands lineup, which consists of himself, wife Mariqueen Maandig, and frequent Reznor collabortaor Atticus Ross. Peter Christopherson of Coil, the band for which How to Destroy Angels is named after, might also have a role in the band. Explained Reznor, I obviously ran the name choice by him first and weve discussed him contributing to the upcoming material in one form or another.

When asked how this project differs from Nine Inch Nails, Reznor answered, This EP is a very early phase of this project. Yes, it sounds more NIN-ish than I believe it will as we progress. To me, HTDA frees me from some of the constraints Ive begun to feel (primarily emotionally) in NIN. 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. Basically, good news all around.
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