Nine Inch Nails keyboardplayer Alessandro Cortini announces Mute signing and new album ‘Volume Massimo’ – check out the opening track!
(Photo by Emilie Elizabeth) Alessandro Cortini will have his labeldebut on the legendary Mute label on September 27th when he releases his 7th solo album “Volume Massimo”. The album follows 2017’s “Avanti”.
“Amore Amaro”, the opening track, is available today.
Alessandro Cortini will be premiering his new “Volume Massimo” A/V show again at Berlin Atonal this year and a tour will follow, with shows at London’s Barbican and festivals such as Up to Date, Draaimolen, LEV, Sonica Mira, Bozar, and more.
Alessandro Cortini is an Italian musician best known for being keyboard player in Nine Inch Nails. Cortini is also the frontman for the Los Angeles-based electronic-alternative band SONOIO. He was also a founding member of Modwheelmood, an electronic/alternative band from Los Angeles, with former Abandoned Pools guitarist Pelle Hillström. Cortini also joined How To Destroy Angels, a project consisted of Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Rob Sheridan and Mariqueen Maandig, as a touring member.
- 28/8–1/9 Atonal, Berlin
- 8/9 Up to Date Festival, Białystok
- 14/9 Draaimolen, Tilburg
- 22/9 TBA, Japan
- 28/9 Sonica, Ljubljana
- 19/10 The Barbican, London
- 20/10 LEV Matadero, Madrid
- 21/10 St Paul`s Sessions, Athens
- 25/10 Semibreve, Braga
- 6/11 Slaktkyrkan, Stockholm
- 8/11 Mira Digital Arts Festival, Barcelona
- 30/11 TBA, Copenhagen
- 6/12 Monk, Rome
- 7/12 Argo 16, Venice
- 11/12 Bozar Electronic Series, Brussels
- 11/4 Concertgebouw, Bruges
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