Lunch Break Links: Reznor's return

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Trent Reznor unveiled his first post-NIN project, How To Destroy Angels, a partnership with his wife, Mariqueen Maandig.

Conan O'Brien will appear on "60 Minutes" this Sunday to give his first interview since getting squeezed out of NBC. Meanwhile, A&E is running a program called "The Battle For Late Night."

As long as we're taking late night, I'm not that surprised David Letterman started a record label, but I certainly am surprised he made a pop-punk band the first signee.

Much-hyped European music-sharing site Spotify is joining forces with Facebook? Sounds potent.

Self-Titled has a long interview with John Lydon.

They took all the Hitler parodies off YouTube? Nooooo!!! Oh... looks like a few of them are still out there.

Wow, Pitchfork has scrubbed some regrettable reviews from its archives.

Wanna hear the lead-off track from Sleigh Bells' debut full-length?

AV Club continues to work its way through the "NOW! That's What I Call Music" compilations.

Who's ready for the Ozzy Osbourne biopic?

Horse Feathers' video for "Belly of June" wraps today's links party.