Trent Reznor has been talking about releasing an album with his band How to Destroy Angels since 2010, but that long-promised collection has yet to materialize. Now, Reznor has finally given us some concrete details about the project's next release, as he revealed that An Omen EP will arrive digitally and on vinyl November 13 through Columbia Records.
In a post on Facebook, the Nine Inch Nails mastermind confirmed that some of the material from this six-track EP will reemerge on How to Destroy Angels' debut full-length, which will follow in early 2013 (also through Columbia). Live performances and music videos are also on the horizon.
Beyond that, Reznor didn't share much in the way of details, but he did drop some cryptic hints that he's got more new projects in the pipeline. He wrote, "I've been busy! There's a number of things to be revealed over the coming months. Some you may expect, others you may not. Patience, my friends."
Read the full post — in which Reznor says "Sorry for the radio silence lately" and briefly explains the band's decision to sign with Columbia — right here.