Rolling Stones frontman Trent Reznor has been diagnosed with an illness that’s “extremely rare,” but the singer is taking the diagnosis as a compliment and is determined to get through it.
The singer told reporters Tuesday that his health is “absolutely fine” and that he was “absolutely” ready to begin touring again.
“I’m not a person who likes to get up in the middle of the night and not get anything done,” Reznor said.
I’m just doing it with all the support and encouragement I can get.””
It’s going to be an absolute rollercoaster ride, and I’m excited about it.
I’m just doing it with all the support and encouragement I can get.”
While his health may have slowed his tour schedule, Reznor was optimistic about his return to music after his bout of lung cancer in March.
“We’ll see,” he said.
Reznor’s wife, Courtney Love, is also a vocalist and producer on the band’s new album, “Rolling Stone,” which is scheduled to be released in November.
“I am 100 percent committed to touring,” Reznar said.
“(Love) is going to keep us going, and the more we do together, the more I want to make the album.”
He added: “We just have to figure out how to make this work.
And that will take a while.
It’s not gonna be like ‘Oh, we’re gonna play for a couple of weeks and then we’re back on.’
I don’t think that’s gonna happen.”