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Trent Reznor Reveals Album Art, Track Listing And Single For New Project

Written by Mike Hohnen on February 1, 2013

With the dust still yet to settle atop their most recent EP An Omen, How To Destroy Angels are moving forward at a head-spinning pace. This wonderful Friday has brought with it the official artwork of their debut album, as well as the full track listing for the release, not to mention a brand-new track from the release.

Trent Reznor, being the total class act that he is, has announced that the album, Welcome Oblivion, will come as a CD/vinyl combo release. Both will have a different track order and the vinyl will also sport 2 extra tracks being The Province of Fear and Unintended Consequences. Today, Reznor has spoiled his fans by showcasing a brand-new single off the release, How Long?, which you can check out below.

How To Destroy Angels will be making their live debut in total style at none other than Coachella festival later in the year. It look as though all this energy could be overflowing from this project and into his other one, Nine Inch Nails, with news coming out last night that they could potentially spend some of 2013 touring.

The album will be out Monday, 4th March.

How To Destroy Angels – Welcome Oblivion CD track listing

The Wake-Up
Keep It Together
And The Sky Began To Scream
Welcome Oblivion
Ice Age
On The Wing
Too Late, All Gone
How Long?
Strings And Attractors
We Fade Away
Recursive Self-Improvement
The Loop Closes
Hallowed Ground

How To Destroy Angels – Welcome Oblivion vinyl track listing

The Wake-Up
Keep It Together
And The Sky Began To Scream
Ice Age
Welcome Oblivion
On The Wing
Too Late, All Gone
The Province Of Fear
How Long?
Strings And Attractors
Recursive Self-Improvement
Unintended Consequences
We Fade Away
The Loop Closes
Hallowed Ground

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