Contrary to our previous report that the new Nine Inch Nails album will be in stores in time for the holidays, a post on the band's website reveals that its release has been pushed back until March 2005. Trent Reznor insisted that the album, which was to be called Bleedthrough (a title that has since been scrapped), will be finished and mixed before the end of the year. A new album title and/or track listing have yet to be revealed.
Reznor also let fans know that his relationship with longtime label Nothing Records has come to and end. According to Billboard, Reznor's relationship with label pres John Maim has disintegrated in recent years. The final straw was probably a pair of law suites filed by the two men against one another. Maim sued Reznor in an effort to recover $2 Million in unpaid commissions. Reznor countersued for breach of contract and fiduciary duty.
The new album, when it is released, will make its way to stores via Interscope.