"Someone out there?" Reznor tweeted on Thursday . "New Nine Inch Nails now available. Ghosts V – VI. Hours and hours of music. Free. Some of them are happy, others less."
Reznor and Ross explained on their website that Ghosts V: Together and Ghosts VI: Locusts are the result of the couple who are trying to quit the music during this time of self-quarantine.
"Strange times indeed …" they wrote. "As the news seems to get darker by the hour, we wildly fluctuate between the feeling that sometimes there is hope to express despair – often minute by minute.
" Although each of us defines as anti-social types, who prefer to be alone, this situation has really made us appreciate the strength and the need for connection.
"Music – whether you listen to it, think about it, or create it – has always been something that has helped us get through everything – good or bad."
"With that in mind, we decided to burn the midnight oil and complete these new Ghosts records to stay a bit healthy."
Reznor and Ross & # 39; descriptions of each album suggest that you are likely You should start with Ghosts V: Together with the white cover, the signature of which is atmospheric and foggy, but with a slowly climbing trickle of positivity.
"Ghosts V: It is together when things look as if everything is fine," they wrote.
As for Ghosts VI: Locusts, with the black cover, it's definitely the darker Yang on this arrival and departure. "Well, you'll find out," the couple wrote.
Reznor and Ross have delivered some of the best film soundtracks of the past decade, fromto more recently on HBO.
It's been two years since they released records as a band, and they are giving music along with other musicians to those who isolate themselves at home during thequarantine. 19659008] are new. Miley Cyrus, Diplo, Questlove and others will pump their music through your home theater systems.
"We felt better doing them and it feels good to share them," Reznor and Ross wrote about their new albums.
"Music has always made us feel a little less alone in the world … and hopefully for you too."