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Listen to Nine Inch Nails' 'Hesitation Marks'

Band streams full album a week before official release

Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails performs in Biddinghuizen, Netherlands.
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August 27, 2013 8:55 AM ET

Nine Inch Nails are streaming their new album Hesitation Marks on iTunes a week before the scheduled release. The album is co-produced by Trent Reznor and is the follow-up to 2008's The Slip.

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Reznor worked with Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham, bassist Pino Palladino and Adrian Belew on the album, which he recorded largely in secret with Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder before announcing the new LP in May. 

The band has been sharing singles off the album that include "Copy of A" and "Came Back Haunted," in addition to behind-the-scenes videos and photos as they gear up for a festival and arena tour kicking off in September.

Hesitation Marks will be available for purchase starting September 3rd. In the new issue of Rolling Stone, David Fricke gives the album four stars, calling it "one of [Reznor's] best."

 

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