Former NINE INCH NAILS Man To Remix P.O.D. (Again)

Former NINE INCH NAILS member Chris Vrenna has signed on to create his third remix for P.O.D. for the track "We Will" from their upcoming CD, "Payable On Death", according to Undercover News. Vrenna has worked with P.O.D. previously on movie soundtracks, remixing "Set It Off" for "The Scorpion King" soundtrack as well as "The Messenjah" for the film "A Man Apart".

A Grammy-winning artist and founding member of NINE INCH NAILS, Vrenna is best known as a producer and remixer, having worked with a wide range of artists including U2, SMASHING PUMPKINS, WEEZER, NELLY FURTADO, XZIBIT and DAVID BOWIE, among many others.

Vrenna is currently working on the new album from his own alter-ego act TWEAKER. "2AM Wake-up Call" is tentatively due in February 2004 through iMUSIC/Waxploitation/BMG Records.


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