September 23, 2009 22:04
Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor and Gary Numan to collaborate
The pair to team up following Numan's live appearances at Nine Inch Nails' farewell gigs
Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor is set to collaborate with synth pop legend Gary Numan.
Numan, who recently appeared onstage at the last ever Nine Inch Nails gig, has said that he is likely to be heading into the studio to write and record some material with the frontman.
"I know he wants to carry on doing music things," Numan told The Quietus. "I think he's going to be pretty busy for a while, so it'll either be later this year or early next."
The nature of the collaboration has yet to be revealed, but according to Numan it's likely the pair will start things off on a smaller scale.
He said: "[It'll] probably [be] just a few songs to start with and [we'll] see how it goes on. It'll be cool."
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