These April Fool's Day Pranks Aren't Funny (If You Wish They Were True!)


Nine Inch Nails and Tool both fooled their fans for April Fool’s Day, pretending to release new material that turned out to be fake, while Journey's Neal Schon claimed the band was reuniting with Steve Perry.

Trent Reznor appeared to put much more effort into his joke, which referred back to one he’d played in 2009. Back then he announced a NIN album called Strobe Light that didn’t exist. This year he and colleague Atticus Ross linked to a Bandcamp page that actually featured tracks corresponding to the titles announced a decade ago, though they turned out to be mashups of previously existing NIN pieces.




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