After reuniting earlier this year, Nine Inch Nails will release their new record Hesitation Marks on September 3 through Columbia Records.
In anticipation of the release, and to avoid leaks, the band are streaming the record in full via iTunes.
The band will also kick off a U.S. tour this weekend at the Made in America Festival in Philadelphia, where they are the headling act for Sunday, August 1.
Nine Inch Nails also performed a headlining set at this weekend's Reading Festival. The band's vocalist Trent Reznor was less than enthusiastic about performing, though. He took to Twitter to air his distaste prior to the show:
@trent_reznor: Should be an unusual show tonight at Reading...
@trent_reznor: ...the lying promoter and the band following us (whoever the f**k they are) f**ked us on our production.
The band Reznor was talking about was Scottish band Biffy Clyro, who were shceduled to close out the night rather than NIN. This was confusing to most.
Reznor's sour mood was pretty obvious to audience members as reports say that they had a "less-than-enthusiastic set."