Trent Reznor remixes Telepathe, Releases new How To Destroy Angels single

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After taking some time off to deliver two thrilling and inventive film scores (The Social Network, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) and win an Oscar, Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor is finally getting back into the swing of things. As a favor for TV On The Radio beatsmith and all-around awesome producer David Sitek, Reznor and his associates Atticus Ross and Alessandro Cortini have remixed Telepathe’s “Destroyer.” The track will be released tomorrow on Sitek’s brand new label Federal Prism. Listen below:

Also today, Reznor has debuted a new single from his band How to destroy angels_ (always spell it like that. Or else.) called “Keep it together.” The band is Reznor’s latest outlet for traditionally released music. Also involved is his film score composing partner Atticus Ross, as well as Reznor’s wife Mariqueen Maandig and NIN art director Rob Sheridan. How to destroy angels_’s debut EP, An omen is out November 13 via Columbia. Listen to the new track below:

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