April 7, 2008 16:19

Guns N' Roses guitarist rejoins Nine Inch Nails

Robin Finck has hooked up with Trent Reznor again

Guns N' Roses guitarist rejoins Nine Inch Nails
Robin Finck, the man who played in Nine Inch Nails in the mid 1990s then again in 2000, has rejoined the band.

Finck toured with Trent Reznor and co. during tours that coincided with the release of the 'Self-Destruct' and 'Further Down The Spiral' albums by the band.

He then joined them later in their career for tours before leaving the set-up.

Finck was recruited by Guns N' Roses' Axl Rose in 1996 as a replacement for guitarist Slash, currently a member of Velvet Revolver, and worked on the band's as-yet-unreleased album, 'Chinese Democracy'.

He toured with the band in 2001 and 2002.

The musician rejoins Nine Inch Nails shortly after they have announced a slew of US live dates for 2008, beginning at the end of July and including an appearance at the Lollapalooza festival on August 3 in Chicago.

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