Finishing up two different written pieces on Killing Joke and the latest Tonikom album out on Hymen (I think, I always mix-up Hymen and Ant Zen for some reason). Anyway, those will be posted soon with a few other short reviews of things like the new Boole release, DEATHKEY (as if there isn't enough out there about the DEATHKEY album) and maybe even the new Bauhaus.
But today I bring you new...FREE...music. Trent Reznor has ventured out on his own since leaving finishing his previous label contract. And Nine Inch Nails releases something "completely different." Titled Ghosts I-IV go to the nin.com site and you can download the first 9 tracks of the 36 track recording for free. OR you can pay $5 for the full 36 tracks download and a 40 page PDF about the recording. OR you can pay $10 and get the downloads and a 2CD recording send to your home with a 16-page booklet. OR you can go for the $75 version in a hardcover fabric slipcase which contains "2 audio CDs, 1 data DVD with all 36 tracks in multi-track format, and a Blu-ray disc with Ghosts I-IV in high-definition 96/24 stereo and accompanying slideshow." OR, get this, you can order the $300 version which includes everything in the $75 version plus "an exclusive four-LP 180 gram vinyl set in a fabric slipcase, and two exclusive limited edition Giclee prints in a luxurious package. Limited to 2500 pieces, numbered and signed by Trent Reznor." I kid you not.
I'll be downloading a copy momentarily, of course.