According to a posting at The NIN Hotline, several radio stations and German web sites are reporting that the first single from NINE INCH NAILS' new album, "With Teeth", is titled "The Hand That Feeds". The song is reportedly scheduled to go for radio adds on April 11.
As previously reported, NINE INCH NAILS recently announced the addition of guitarist Aaron North, formerly of THE ICARUS LINE, to the group's ranks. The rest of NINE INCH NAILS' current touring lineup includes drummer Jerome Dillon, bassist Jeordie White (a.k.a. Twiggy Ramirez, A PERFECT CIRCLE, ex-MARILYN MANSON) and keyboardist Alessandro Cortini.
"With Teeth", is scheduled for release in the U.S on May 3 (one day earlier internationally). The CD will contain 12 tracks, and is said to be "more song-orientated" than 1999's "The Fragile". The album was recorded in part at Sound City Studio in Van Nuys, Ca., and features a guest appearance on drums by former NIRVANA drummer/current FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl. Mixing duties were handled by Alan Moulder (THE CURE, SMASHING PUMPKINS).
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