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Industrial artist Trent Reznor continues to experiment with the outskirts of the genre by shooting off Nine Inch Nails with a new project called How To Destroy Angels. Welcome Oblivion isthe debut record under the name and sees industrial married with newer, more avant-garde leanings.


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Welcome Oblivion by How To Destroy Angels
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7/10 Jack Customer review, 14th December 2015

The album is mainly built up over a vast array of electronic beats, loops, drone guitars and a lot of electronic bleeps combined with whispered vocals. This is evident on the first track the mainly instrumental "The Wake-Up". People who are already familiar with Trent Reznor and long-time collaborator Atticus Ross will notice a lot of the music shares similarities with the two's score for David Fincher's "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo". The chances are if you didn't like the An Omen EP you won't like this album but you shouldn't write it off after one quick listen.


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