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Last June, Trent Reznor announced that 2016's Not The Actual Events would be the first in a new trilogy of EPs, with the series continuing on to that summer’s Add Violence EP. Reznor had initially suggested that the final EP in the trilogy would come out by the end of 2017 or in early 2018, but Spin is now reporting that Reznor and Atticus Ross recently revealed in a BBC radio interview that the third EP will be released “before the end of June.” They haven’t given it a name yet, but Reznor said that they’re “in the process of finishing that right now” and that it’s “not what we expected it to be.” That makes sense, given the delay, with Reznor also explaining that the original concept for the third EP was “too predictable.”

So, not only are fans getting new Nine Inch Nails music later this year, but the music will somehow be different from the rest of Nine Inch Nails’ music—and hopefully in a good way.