Nine Inch Nails Will Be Ending Their Musical Haitus In 2020

Trent Reznor of Nine inch Nails in concert in 2017. Photo by Chelsea Lauren/REX/Shutterstock (8971600bw)

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have confirmed that Nine Inch Nails will be reforming in 2020 to make new music and go on tour.

The grunge band’s last album was released in 2018. The band toured in support of the album “Bad Witch”, which was only half an hour long. Since then, Ross and Reznor have been busy with other projects.

Over the last year, most of their time has gone towards working on the Watchmen soundtrack. The pair released three volumes of music as part of the graphic novel adaptation and news on Nine Inch Nails has been pretty quiet as a result.

This silence was broken this week by Revolver. After speaking with the pair, the magazine announced: “Nine Inch Nails is not forgotten. In 2020, Reznor and Ross plan to take the group back out on tour, as well as record new NIN music.”

We don’t really know anything beyond the fact that the band will be regrouping to bring out a new album. Hopefully, it will be longer than half an hour.