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The video for How to destroy angels_’s new single is bleak but captivating, much like Trent Reznor’s music career, broadly speaking. The song itself sounds like an industrial take on trip-hop, and makes us excited to hear the rest of the album. Welcome oblivion is the group’s first full length release, and will be out March 5 on Columbia.

Welcome oblivion Tracklist:
CD:
01. The wake-up
02. Keep it together
03. And the sky began to scream
04. Welcome oblivion
05. Ice age
06. On the wing
07. Too late, all gone
08. How long?
09. Strings and attractors
10. We fade away
11. Recursive self-improvement
12. The loop closes
13. Hallowed ground

Vinyl:
01. The wake-up
02. Keep it together
03. And the sky began to scream
04. Ice age
05. Welcome oblivion
06. On the wing
07. Too late, all gone
08. The province of fear
09. How long?
10. Strings and attractors
11. Recursive self-improvement
12. Unintended consequences
13. We fade away
14. The loop closes
15. Hallowed ground

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