According to a posting at The NIN Hotline, longtime NINE INCH NAILS bassist/guitarist/programmer Danny Lohner and ex-LIMP BIZKIT guitarist Wes Borland will both be contributing to Rob Zombie's next album, tentatively due late 2004/early 2005 through Geffen Records. In other news, Lohner and former HELMET leader Page Hamilton are both expected to be featured on the soundtrack to the upcoming horror movie "Saw", which was scored primarily by NIN keyboard player Charlie Clouser, according to Cinescape. Lohner has also reportedly produced the soundtrack to the upcoming movie called "Hellboy", which is due to receive a theatrical release in April. Speaking to Movement magazine recently, Lohner said of the latter film, "I've seen the still shots and it looks rad. And the storyline is awesome, I don't know if you know anything about the storyline about the devil having provided the Nazis with this superbeast guy and he went to America and was raised here. He went to the good side basically. Cut his horns off. But, uh, yeah, so I'm already… I don't know what my involvement is with 'Hellboy' quite yet because it's in the preliminary stages but I've got a list of shit that I've prepared that I plan to attack. And that has a budget too so I can like do a really even better record with a budget."


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