Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor says that a new EP will be likely available before the group takes the stage on June 22nd for an appearance at the Meltdown Festival.
"We're in the process of finishing that right now and that should be out before the shows take place," Reznor told the BBC. "It's not what we expected it to be."
The still-untitled EP will be the last installment in a trilogy that started with 2016's Not The Actual Events and continued with 2017's Add Violence. Reznor said the final EP won't adhere to the band's original vision for the series because those initial ideas were "too predictable."