Veteran industrial musician(s) Nine Inch Nails played their new song “Disappointed” during their performance at Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival last weekend. The track will be included on their upcoming album, Hesitation Marks, due out in September.
“Disappointed” was not the only new track the band unleashed this past weekend. During their set, Trent and company treated fans to two more new ones, “Find My Way” and “A Copy of A,”.
Hesitation Marks is the first album Reznor has put out since 2008’s The Slip, marking the end of a four year hiatus for the band. Along with some hefty collaborations with Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham and King Crimson’s Adrian Belew, Robin Finck has re-joined the group (though it is not yet known whether he will be on guitar or bass). For the album’s first single, “Come Back Haunted,” Reznor bagged David Lynch to create a creepy black and white music video that stays true to NIN’s dark, subversive visual aesthetic.
Hesitation Marks is out September 3rd on Columbia Records and features four separate album covers designed by mixed media artist Russell Mills. Be sure to catch the group on their massive Fall tour which kicks off September 28th.