14 years after its initial release, Nine Inch Nails are set to reissue With Teeth on vinyl for the first time…
In May 2005, Nine Inch Nails released their fourth studio album, the electric With Teeth. Coming six years after 1999’s The Fragile, the album was heavily anticipated, and was the first official release from the group since And All That Could Have Been three years earlier.
Preceded by a worrying period of alcohol and substance abuse, Trent Reznor began to compose the album following time spent in a rehabilitation clinic, eventually releasing it in 2005.
Despite the record spawning three singles, topping the US charts, and widely being considered one of the band’s best albums of the decade, With Teeth was only released on vinyl as a limited pressing.
Now, after years of fans having paid exorbitant amounts of money for a copy on Discogs, Trent Reznor has revealed that the classic record is now set to receive the reissue treatment.
The band’s website reads: “At long last, the definitive version of With Teeth, meticulously prepared by Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and NIN art director John Crawford.”
“Remastered in 2019 on 180-gram vinyl,” the reissue also features “lots of details attended to that you may never notice but we care about.”
As with the original vinyl version, the tracklist has been altered slightly, with the song Home (featured on non-American versions of the album) being shifted from its place at the end of the record to directly after the song Sunspots.
Pre-orders for With Teeth are available now.