November 4 [12:30 EDT] -- Weathermen Records has confirmed a November 25th release date for a long-rumored Nine Inch Nails home video package.
The two-video set, called "Closure," will include one tape featuring live performances and a behind-the-scenes look at Nine Inch Nails through a hand held pro camera shot over the course of the band's "Self-Destruct" tour.
The second video contains the complete collection of Nine Inch Nails unedited video releases, compiled by filmmaker Peter Christopherson to appear as one seamless performance. Weathermen is touted as the official supplier of merchandise for Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson.
Meanwhile, the NIN news net is citing a Weathermen report that says the new Manson video "Dead to the World" is on hold and the CD "Remix and Repent," scheduled for release November 18, has been postponed indefinitely. The delays, they say, are reportedly over disagreements between Trent Reznor's nothing Records and its distributor,
Interscope. Alternative Press reports that Marilyn Manson is currently in a Los Angeles studio recording another album for Nothing/Interscope.