Nine Inch Nails revealed in a new interview with Revolver this week, that they are set to potentially release a new studio album and tour in 2020.
Revolver has posted new highlights from the interview. Nine Inch Nails main man Trent Reznor reveals the album may very well be a collaborative effort. Reznor states Nine Inch Nails has a group of artists they'd like to get to together with for the new album, though whether or not it gets released is an entirely different story.
"We're talking about doing some shows next year, maybe. Probably in the last half of the year," Reznor revealed during our visit. "We have a template for the next Nine Inch Nails thing we want to do." As for what that template is, he initially hesitated to spill the beans, but then quickly relented. "I'll give it away: collaboration. We've got a list of people we like. And we thought, kind of playing on the newfound spirit of collaboration that scoring has forced us into, seeing what happens when we mix our DNA with some other people, with a no pressure environment," he said. "Let's see what happens. If something good happens, then maybe the world can hear it. But if it doesn't, we put it in the pile with the other …"
So now the real question – who would you like to see Nine Inch Nails collaborate with? What's your dream Nine Inch Nails record? Personally, I'm throwing Full Of Hell and Author & Punisher into the ring.