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Listen to How to Destroy Angels’ new track “How Long” + watch the video

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    how to destroy angels welcome oblivion e1361286574924 Listen to How to Destroy Angels new track How Long + watch the video

    Trent Reznor’s super-side-project How to Destroy Angels has revealed another taste of their forthcoming full-length debut, Welcome oblivion, in the form of “How Long”. The silver-tinged trip-hop track swells with tribal choruses that elevate the many bleep and bloops that sound stripped from an old Macintosh PowerPC. The accompanying video, however, is a post-apocalyptic tale directed by Shynola, who mixes elements from The RoadThe Gods Must Be Crazy, and Apocalpyto.

    Along with the song and video, the band has revealed the album’s artwork and tracklist. As Pitchfork reports, there will be multiple covers for the varying editions, including different tracklists. The vinyl edition comes stocked with two extra tracks included on a white label CD that’s packaged with the LP. Consult the vinyl’s artwork above and the tracklists shortly after the video below.

    Welcome oblivion arrives March 5th through Columbia Records. The album follows the release of their 2010 debut EP and last year’s An omen_ EP.

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    Welcome oblivion Tracklist:
    CD:
    01. The wake-up
    02. Keep it together
    03. And the sky began to scream
    04. Welcome oblivion
    05. Ice age
    06. On the wing
    07. Too late, all gone
    08. How long?
    09. Strings and attractors
    10. We fade away
    11. Recursive self-improvement
    12. The loop closes
    13. Hallowed ground

    Vinyl:
    01. The wake-up
    02. Keep it together
    03. And the sky began to scream
    04. Ice age
    05. Welcome oblivion
    06. On the wing
    07. Too late, all gone
    08. The province of fear
    09. How long?
    10. Strings and attractors
    11. Recursive self-improvement
    12. Unintended consequences
    13. We fade away
    14. The loop closes
    15. Hallowed ground

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