Nailin' It Down
Nine Inch Nail' Trent Reznor, currently bunkered in a New Orleans
funeral home that's been converted into a recording studio, says the
NIN album (due in early '98) will hold a few surprises for fans of the
band's patented raise-the-dead cacophony. "I'm trying to get out of
the confined guitar-bass-drum rock-band formula," says Reznor, who's
working with a collaborator, NIN guitarist Danny Lohner, for the first
time. Although he's been soaking his ears in techno, Reznor says the
new material "doesn't sound like what's happening in clubs now--I'm
trying to make an old Prince record, I think."
By David Browne
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