Expected NIN Release End Of Year Aug '98
Nine Inch Nails are expected to release their new album before the end
of the year. The band are currently beavering away in the studio - and this
time it seems to be more of a band effort than a Trent Reznor solo project.
The record is being recorded in New Orleans, with NIN mainman Reznor
joined by regular collaborators Charlie Clouser (keyboards/drums) and Danny
Lohner (guitar). And according to Clouser, he and Lohner are far more
involved in the whole process than ever before. "Trent is charting the course
and has a clear vision of how he wants things ot sound," says Clouser. "But
Danny and I have been able to contribute a fair amount, and some of the songs
we're working on have grown out of sesions with all of us fiddling around in
the studio." Apart from the core trio, a number of major guests have been
roped in to contribute to the record. These include guitarists Page Hamilton
(Helmet) and Adrian Belew (vetran prog rockers King Crimson), drummers
Bill Rieflin (Ministry) and Tony Thompson (Powerstation, Genesis), and
keyboard player Mike Garson (who's been touring with the Smashing
Pumpkins). Reports also claim top producer Steve Albini is involved with the
project, although his role remains unclear.
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