Nine Inch Nails have released Bad Witch, their highly anticipated new LP and the final piece of the group's long-planned trilogy of releases, which was kicked off by 2016's Not the Actual Events and continued with 2017's Add Violence — stream it below. In a Beats 1 interview earlier this year, Trent Reznor said that the idea of the trilogy was "to find truth in us figuring out who we are now, and how we fit into the world," a world that he described as "getting weirder." The music, too, has been getting weirder, as exemplified by the lead single from Bad Witch, the rambling, noir-ish, sax-assisted "God Break Down the Door."
Nine Inch Nails are currently out on the road in support of the record, joined by the Jesus and Mary Chain. Since embarking on the tour last week, the group has covered songs by David Bowie and Joy Division, and treated album tracks "God Break Down the Door" and "Ahead of Ourselves" to live debuts.