Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails has officially confirmed in an online posting that the much-hyped Tapeworm project — which was to feature contributions from A Perfect Circle/Tool frontman Maynard Keenan and Pantera’s Phil Anselmo, among others — will probably never see the light of day.
Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor addressed his his long-in-the-works side project Tapeworm, which also features Tool/ A Perfect Circle singer Maynard James Keenan. “It has been an interesting experiment for Maynard and I to peek around in each other’s heads, shining flashlights in some shadowy corners,” Reznor said in a statement issued to MTV News. “We’ve realized we’re each in somewhat similar places in our respective lives and outlook, so it’s been great to collaborate on that level.” Read more.
Buddyhead.com updated Monday with news on their new all-girl group Radio Vago, cutting down Red Hot Chili Peppers new album, the ex Guns N’ Roses members on The Strokes new video, the on/off Tapeworm project being back on, and more fuming over Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo on news that he’s working with Crazy Town.
Metal Hammer reports the Trent Reznor Maynard James Keenan project, Tapeworm, have finally entered the studio, a year after they were to begin work on the project. The respective Nine Inch Nails and Tool / A Perfect Circle frontmen will be joined by NIN’s Charlie Clouser (programming / mixing) and Danny Lohner (guitar).