Trent Reznor Promises New Nine Inch Nails Material in 2016

Trent Reznor Promises New Nine Inch Nails Material in 2016
Nine Inch Nails are giving the artwork from 2013's Hesitation Marks a very detailed examination with the 320-page book Cargo in the Blood. Meanwhile, the industrial vets are also making plans for the future, as frontman Trent Reznor has promised that new material is in the works.

No details have been confirmed, but Reznor announced the news with the following tweet: What Reznor means by "other stuff" is really anyone's guess, since he has built up a very diverse resume as of late. Much of his musical output in recent years has consisted of acclaimed film scores with collaborator Atticus Ross, and it's also been a couple of years since he released anything with his project How to Destroy Angels.

And then are his business dealings: Reznor was part of Beats Music, and he has been a key player in Apple Music.

Meanwhile, Reznor also tweeted that copies of Cargo in the Blood are still available, so perhaps Nine Inch Nails are having difficulties shifting 2,000 copies of a $300 art book about a single album. Who could have foreseen that?