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Nine Inch Nails Debut New Song, 'Find My Way,' at Fuji Rock Festival

Band's album 'Hesitation Marks' is out September 3rd

Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails performs in Toronto.
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July 26, 2013 3:40 PM ET

Today, at Japan's Fuji Rock Festival, Nine Inch Nails played their first show in four years. During the heavily anticipated gig, they debuted "Find My Way," a brooding and minimal new song from their upcoming eighth album Hesitation Marks. Sonically, the track is more minimal than "Come Back Haunted," the aggressive, synth-heavy single they released last month.

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Frontman Trent Reznor recently revealed that Hesitation Marks will feature an all-star cast of collaborators, including guitarists Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac and Adrian Belew of King Crimson. 

Nine Inch Nails will continue hitting the festival circuit this summer, and their North American arena tour kicks off on September 28th in St. Paul, Minnesota. Hestation Marks will be released on September 3rd. 

 

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