How to Destroy Angels

How to destroy angels_ - How to Destroy Angels
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June 1, 2010 / Release Date
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When Trent Reznor made the decision last year to put Nine Inch Nails on hold indefinitely in order to pursue new projects, the assumption was that whatever he had planned next would be a significant departure from the music he had been making under the NIN name. Reznor had already shown signs of restlessness and an eagerness to move beyond his band's core aesthetic, most obviously on the all-instrumental Ghosts I-IV box set. It stood to reason that he was about to reinvent himself, and given his good taste and formidable talent as a musician, the prospect was very exciting.

Not only does it borrow the wild experimentation of Nine Inch Nails and other great Trent projects, it's got a new sense of grime, dirt, unease and in all honesty, fun, that has been missing from Trents more infamous projects. While it's not much to snack on, it's a delectable taste for what it's worth.

Favorite Jams: BBB, A Drowning, The Space In Between

Lest Favorite: The Believers (even though it's a great tune)
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Track List

  1. The Space in Between 
  2. Parasite 
  3. Fur-Lined 
  4. BBB 
  5. The Believers 
  6. A Drowning

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