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Ex-NIN Drummer Freese Goes Solo

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This just in from Blabbermouth:
Josh Freese – who last made news after concluding his lengthy run as the touring drummer for Nine Inch Nails during the band's “Lights in the Sky” tour – is set to debut his second solo album Since 1972 this spring, first as a digital download (from forthcoming website JoshFreese.com) on March 24, with the physical CD hitting stores a few weeks later.

Since 1972 follows Freese's debut album The Notorious One Man Orgy, features Freese on vocals and nearly all instruments, and sports coloring-book style artwork of Freese with more nose hair than you'd ever want to see in person.

In addition to three years touring with NIN, Freese has also recorded three albums with alt-rock supergroup A Perfect Circle (featuring Tool's Maynard James Keenan), as well as contributing drums to albums by Evanescence, Guns 'N Roses, Puddle of Mudd, Sting, Devo and countless more.

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