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From: Cleveland, OH, United States
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PRONG guitarist/vocalist Tommy Victor has revealed to RollingStone.com that NINE INCH NAILS mastermind Trent Reznor briefly enlisted him for a side project called TAPEWORM that never materialized.
"Actually, that's one of the reasons I threw in the towel for a while," Victor told the magazine. "I was promised so much by that whole camp — not to sound bitter or anything. I went down to New Orleans and worked on some stuff, but I never heard any finished product. But some of that stuff I worked on appeared on some MARILYN MANSON stuff. I was ripped off — that's happened several times."
PRONG have just issued their sixth studio album, "Scorpio Rising", in the U.S. through Locomotive Music.
Upcoming PRONG tour dates:
Mar. 06 - Pinellas Park, FL - Pinellas Expo Center (Sun N' Steel Festival)
Mar. 13 - Irvington, NJ - Cricket Club (March Metal Meltdown VI)
Mar. 20 - Maplewood, MN - First Avenue (Minnesota Metalfest)
In an interview posted today by RollingStone.com with frontman Trent Reznor, he is quoted in saying 'NINE INCH NAILS plan to hit the road in the next few months to preview the new material. "It's been forever since we played," Reznor says. "I'm reenergized right now, my life's in order, and I'm ready to combat the shitty music that's out right now."'
Read the full article here.
Contrary to rumors, Nine Inch Nails are not yet confirmed for Lollapalooza 2004. A source close to the Farrell/Lollapalooza camp said yesterday that it ain't happenin'.
According to K-Rock, a radio station based out of New York, Nine Inch Nails will be headlining Lollapoloza 2004. A D.J. on the station made the announcement yesterday February 18th. When more information is announced we will post it here.
ROB ZOMBIE has enlisted some diverse personnel to accompany him in the studio for the recording of his new CD. Danny Lohner of NINE INCH NAILS and Wes Borland who once was in LIMP BIZKIT have the honor of joining Zombie after he finishes up filming for the sequel to 'House of 1000 Corpses'.