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Oui, j’enchaine DEUX news mais j’y suis forcé. C’est désormais confirmé, Nine Inch Nails va sortir un EP vendredi prochain, “Not the Actual Events” et sera une sortie autoproduite (et qui confirme au passage le statut de membre officiel de Nine Inch Nails pour Atticus Ross). Le tout est dispo sur NIN.com quand le site ramera moins.
Le Maître déclarant :

“It’s an unfriendly, fairly impenetrable record that we needed to make. It’s an EP because that ended up being the proper length to tell that story.”

Et histoire de nous achever, une réédition de “The Fragile” est au putain de programme ! Et même une édition limitée “The Fragile: Deviations 1″ comprenant 37 titres bonus !

“The Fragile occupies a very interesting and intimate place in my heart. I was going through a turbulent time in my life when making it and revisiting it has become a form of therapy for me. As an experiment, I removed all the vocals from the record and found it became a truly changed experience that worked on a different yet compelling level. The Fragile: Deviations 1 represents Atticus and I embellishing the original record with a number of tracks from those sessions we didn’t use before. The result paints a complimentary but different picture we wanted to share.”

Et ce n’est pas tout car il veut rééditer un peu plus encore !

Reznor has also announced that he and art director John Crawdord are embarking on a reissue project, creating “definitive editions of all the major NIN releases on vinyl.” Broken, The Downward Spiral, and The Fragile are now available to pre-order.

Of the reissue series, Reznor said:

“We want to present the catalog as it was intended to be, with no compromises. That means a careful remastering of the audio from the original sources, a painstaking recreation of the artwork, pristine materials, some surprises and an insane attention to detail that you probably won’t notice…but it matters to us. No extra bullshit and gimmicks – the ‘real’ records in their truest form.”

Source : Pitchfork via S@nd