The band has signed a deal with Columbia Records
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It turns out Trent Reznor isn't just bringing Nine Inch Nails back on the road - he's also bringing the band back in the studio. The group's mastermind says they've signed a new deal with Columbia Records and plan to put out a new full-length album sometime this year.
Reznor explains that he's spent the past year secretly working non-stop on the now-finished record, which will be the first Nine Inch Nails release since 2008's The Slip. He's been collaborating with Alan Moulder and his How to Destroy Angels bandmate Atticus Ross, and says the results are great.
Meanwhile, Reznor and the new Nine Inch Nails lineup are rehearsing for their upcoming tour, which starts July 26th at Japan's Fuji Rock Festival.
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