Possible tracklisting of How to destroy angels_ An omen_ EP and their upcoming album
Trent Reznor fans layed their hands on a brand-new song from musicians currently active band only a few days ago, in the beginning of this week. You may listen to it below. Keep it together by How to destroy angels_ is already out as a single, and the band will release An Omen_, the EP it’s been taken off, on November 13.
As Antiquiet reports, An Omen_ tracklisting could be viewed via Amazon (and Google’s cached version of product page), and it looks like this:
1. Keep it together
2. Ice age
3. On the wing
1. The sleep of reason produces monsters
2. The loop closes
3. Speaking in tongues
The actual information has already been removed from Amazon description.
The way of finding out the tracklisting of How to destroy angels_ upcoming album is even more interesting. A certain last.fm user, blank667, whose account no longer exists, scrobbled band’s songs to last.fm . Four of those songs we already recognize from An omen_ listing, and yet there are another eight songs with brand new titles. News about this quickly reached band member and art director Rob Sheridan, and the song listings were soon removed from last.fm. According to same Antiquiet, the possible title of How to destroy angels_ debut album is Welcome Oblivion, and it might feature the following tracks:
1- Keep It Together – 4:25
2- The Wake-Up – 1:42
3- Too Late, All Gone – 6:14
4- We Fade Away – 6:41
5- Recursive Self-Improvement – 6:27
6- Hallowed Ground – 7:14
7- And the Sky Began to Scream – 3:56
8- Ice Age – 6:55
9- On the Wing – 4:52
10- How Long ? – 4:02
11- The Loop Closes – 4:50
12- Strings and Attractors – 4:28
Fans tried to get confirmation about all this, and got this reply from Rob Sheridan:
@sheepdean Heh. You’ll just have to wait and see.
— Rob Sheridan (@rob_sheridan) September 18, 2012
How to destroy angels_ debut full-length album is due out in the beginning of 2013. The band consists of Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor, his wife Mariqueen Maandig, art director Rob Sheridan and Trent’s soundtracks co-composer Atticus Ross.