TRENT REZNOR Is Engaged

NINE INCH NAILS mainman Trent Reznor is engaged to fellow musician Mariqueen Maandig, of the band WEST INDIAN GIRL. The news was announced via a posting on Maandig's band's web site, which stated, "In case you haven't heard the news, Mariqueen got engaged. Everyone in the WEST INDIAN GIRL camp is super excited and happy for her. Q's an awesome person, friend and bandmate and she couldnt be marrying a cooler guy."

WEST INDIAN GIRL released its self-titled debut album in August 2004 on Astralwerks. The "Remix EP", featuring remixes of songs from the self-titled CD, followed in 2006. The band's second full-length album, "4th & Wall", came out on October 23, 2007 on Milan Records. In August 2007, the band signed a pioneering recording and wireless distribution deal with digital media and entertainment company Flycell.

Photo below is courtesy of WEST INDIAN GIRL's web site.

(Thanks: Musica Metal)

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