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Trent Reznor has been pretty busy since he shelved Nine Inch Nails, and the re­lease of The Slip, back in 2007. He got mar­ried, started a band with his wife, pro­vided the sound­track for a cou­ple of David Fincher films and even won an Os­car for Best Orig­i­nal Score.

With Reznor is re­turn­ing back to his roots in more ways than one. Be­sides be­ing the first new ma­te­rial launched un­der the Nine Inch Nails ban­ner in close to eight years, the al­bum also marks a re­turn to the band’s orig­i­nal in­dus­trial roots. Ex­pect pro­grammed synths as op­posed to crunch­ing elec­tric gui­tars.

Al­ways tech savvy, Trent Reznor has de­cided to re­lease Hes­i­ta­tion Marks in two dif­fer­ent ver­sions. One is pro­duced with stan­dard mix­ing to keep it com­pet­i­tive with to­day’s record­ing loud­ness wars. The sec­ond, dubbed the “Au­dio­phile Mas­tered Ver­sion”, comes with ex­tended dy­namic range.

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