Posted on: March 18, 2008 06:04 MST
Filed under: Rock
Nine Inch Nails are inviting fans to create videos for the tracks on their new instrumental album 'Ghost I-IV'.
Trent Reznor has teamed up with YouTube to host a 'film festival' for the album asking participants to make clips for the songs they feel most strongly about.
A team including Reznor will then choose a select number of videos to be aired on the video-sharing site.
In a statement on Nin.com Trent Reznor explained: "The concept is for you to take whatever tracks you feel inspired by from Ghosts… and create what you feel should accompany them visually."
"This isn't a contest and you don't win elaborate prizes - it's meant to be an experiment in collaboration and a chance for us to interact beyond the typical one-way artist-to-fan relationship."
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