Gary Dinges, USA TODAY Published 2:32 p.m. ET March 26, 2020 CLOSE Tim McGraw started the “Deep Cuts Challenge,” covering an older song on social media. Luke Combs, Vince Gill and more have followed suit. USA TODAYNine Inch Nails has gifted fans with two new albums, available to download for free, as the coronavirus pandemic drags on.The albums, “Ghosts V: Together” and “Ghosts VI: Locusts,” can be downloaded now from the group’s website and are expected to be available on major streaming services by Thursday night.They’re intended as a followup to Nine Inch Nails’ 2008 album “Ghosts I–IV.”A number of other musicians have made similar moves to help stir-crazy, housebound fans, offering free online concerts and dropping retro tracks as Americans shelter at home to help slow the spread of COVID-19.More: 100 songs to help lift your spirits during a pandemic”As the news seems to turn ever more grim by the hour, we’ve found ourselves vacillating wildly between feeling like there may be hope at times to utter despair – often changing minute to minute,” bandmates Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross wrote in an online message to fans. “Although each of us define ourselves as antisocial-types who prefer being on

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