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Nine Inch Nails Unveil 'Hesitation Marks' Tracklist and Credits

New album features Lindsey Buckingham and Adrian Belew

Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails.
Rob Sheridan
June 21, 2013 9:00 AM ET

Nine Inch Nails will release their new album Hesitation Marks on September 3rd on Columbia, and now the band has unveiled the full tracklisting as well as album credits. It is the band's first LP since 2008.

Helmed, of course, by NIN mastermind Trent Reznor, with additional production by Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder, the new LP also features such guest musicians as Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham, King Crimson guitarist Adrian Belew – who recently dropped out of the band's touring lineup – and famed bassist Pino Palladino (The Who, D'Angelo).

Nine Inch Nails have already released one track from Hesitation Marks, "Came Back Haunted," and are set to make their live return on June 26th at the Fuji Rock Festival. Appearances at Lollapalooza and Outside Lands will follow, along with a massive North American tour this fall.

Tracklist
1) "The Eater of Dreams"
2) "Copy of A"
3) "Came Back Haunted"
4) "Find My Way"
5) "All Time Low"
6) "Disappointed"
7) "Everything"
8) "Satellite"
9) "Various Methods of Escape"
10) "Running"
11) "I Would for You"
12) "In Two"
13) "While I'm Still Here"
14) "Black Noise"

Credits
Produced by: Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, and Alan Moulder
Mixed by: Alan Moulder
Mastered by: Tom Baker
Artwork by: Russell Mills
Art Direction by: Rob Sheridan

Additional Musicians:
Pino Palladino
Lindsey Buckingham
Adrian Belew
Eugene Goreshter
Alessandro Cortini
Ilan Rubin
Joshua Eustis

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