Nine Inch Nails fans rejoice, the band have finally come around and decided to stream their new album, Hesitation Marks in its entirety a week early.
The band recorded the new album, their first in five years, on the down low with a fully refurbished line-up which led to the confusion when frontman Trent Reznor revealed the news. Reznor and his new line-up had been recording the new album in secrecy without all the pressures of whether it would live up to its hype or not.
Since his announcement that a new album would make its way to store shelves by the end of the year, Reznor and his merry men have embarked on several festival tours, announced a new full tour, and released several new songs for eager fans. First was the lead single, “Came Back Haunted” followed by “Copy of A,” “Find My Way” and the poppy and completely not them track, “Everything”; most which made their debut during some of those festival stops.
For now, you can check out Hesitation Marks over at the band’s iTunes page here for free.