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Trent Reznor's How to Destroy Angels Drop New Video, LP Details

You'll no longer need to go to the movies to hear new music from the Nine Inch Nails mastermind
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Good news: You'll no longer need to buy a movie ticket (or a video game) to hear new music from Trent Reznor, who's been busy winning Oscars for his soundtracks to movies like The Social Network. Reznor has said new Nine Inch Nails tracks are "in the works," but first we get the new material from his How to Destroy Angels project with his soundtrack collaborator Atticus Ross and his wife Mariqueen Maandig.

The group just announced a March 5 release for their forthcoming full-length, Welcome oblivion, and to hold us over Reznor and Co. unveiled a music video for "The loop closes," a track from their 2012 EP An Omen. It's kinda creepy. Watch above and mark the calendar for March 5. Oh, and watch for the new Queens of the Stone Age album, too, which features a vocal take from Reznor.

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July 25: Gaga Goes 'Cheek to Cheek' in the Studio

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Whatcha shootin' for, Gaga? Mother Monster uploaded a pic to her Instagram late last night of what looks like a video crew recording her in the studio. She tagged pictures from that night with "#CheekToCheek," the title for her Tony Bennett collaboration LP. Maybe we're getting a making-of documentary for the album too? Fingers crossed!

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