This was Trent Reznor’s studio at Magazine & Jena, which I learned moments ago is a former funeral home (very fitting and also very punk rock).


After Katrina.


It kind of sprawls

Trent Reznor has had nothing but good luck after moving from New Orleans. First of all, he sold his house on Coliseum St. right before the Hurricane. Then he sued his manager for taking money from him (in contracts that he signed!)- and won! It’s hard to write those angst-ridden songs for disaffected mopey youths when everything is coming up roses. That’s why we got that miserable “With Teeth” album.

This property, however, seems to have been on the market for years.

2016 Update: Now it’s a Dr.’s Office & mall, with spaces open for lease.