It looks like Nine Inch Nails have a few new things on the way. The band will be on and off the road through the end of the summer, but Trent Reznor tells "Rolling Stone" that "every spare second, and even seconds that aren't spare" are being spent on "trying to wrangle this new creation into shape."
Reznor says there could be new music in the fall, and adds that they've just started working on a so-called "new product" that will apparently be part of the band's upcoming tour. But Reznor wouldn't give away any details about the new stuff, noting that he's already said more than he should have.
Nine Inch Nails released their comeback album Hesitation Marks back in September. The group is set to play a few shows in Asia next month before they kick off a joint Australian tour with Queens of the Stone Age in March.
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