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In 2007, Reznor became one of the first prominent artists to abandon the business model afforded through major label's by releasing his music in alternative fashion.

When publicly explaining his decision, he ripped into the decision making of major labels for the downward spiral of the music industry.

However, here’s one you may not know about: He’s actually married to a musician, and she happens to be his partner on his latest musical endeavor.

Here's the scoop on Reznor's talented wife, who's his main collaborator in the project How To Destroy Angels, which is releasing its first full-length album on Tuesday.

After noticing the trend when visiting a record store, Reznor publicly denounced his label for gauging prices and monopolizing his artistic output. One way or another these mother fuckers will get it through their head that they're ripping people off and that's not right." As a longtime artist under Interscope Records, Reznor spoke with Sound Opinion in 2009 about his label's persistence on collaborating with hip-hop producers during his recording of With Teeth.

And when Nine Inch Nails returned in 2007, Reznor stated, "I remember last time I was here, I was doing a lot complaining about the ridiculous prices of CD's down here. " Once the crowd revealed the label's failure to reduce the price of Nine Inch Nails' music, Reznor encouraged his fans to protest by pirating his music. Reznor mimicked his boss's aspirations, "Well, this urban thing is really taking off. " He revealed, "And the part of me that wants to be the open-minded artist says, 'I'll consider that.' I even went so far as Timbaland trying to do a remix at Interscope's dime of "Hand That Feeds", which was laughably terrible.

As a result, Reznor displayed his disgust with a profane-induced tweet decrying the Grammys' credibility.

He joins a long list of rock artists who have voiced their disdain after being snubbed or disrespected by the musical institution.

Reznor's accusations towards Cornell were fueled by his former partnership with Interscope Records. If I have one major fight in the world of the music business, it's trying to keep art first and commerce second." Reznor's controversial tweets led to a small back and forth with Cornell on Twitter.