Nine Inch Nails Stream “Copy Of A,” Offer Free Download

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Mondays are rough around UTG HQ. There is usually a large amount of news to cover, but rarely is anything that surfaces this early in the week worth writing home about. Today is different, however, and we all have Trent Reznor’s ever-creative mind to thank for our salvation.

Partnering with Amazon (or at least that is the way it seems), Nine Inch Nails have released a new single entitled, “Copy Of A.” The song was posted to the digital retailer’s UK store this morning as a free download and is scheduled to do the same tomorrow, August 13, here in the US. It’s the latest single to surface off the forthcoming album Hesitation Marks, and it’s quickly becoming an office favorite. You can stream “Copy Of A” below.

Nine Inch Nails have been on the forefront of music and music promotion for the better part of two decades. Even when the songs are less than inspirational the methods of release used by the group are generally unique. This is no different, and the best part may be that the song is really, really good. Comment below and let us know your thoughts on NIN’s latest.

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  • James Jankowski

    i love it.

  • HaulixJames

    Ditto.