Quake was a groundbreaking Amiga game in a number of ways, and that included its soundtrack, id Software scored a coup when it got Nine Inch Nails to score the grim first-person shooter. It seems that fans of the industrial-themed US band Nine Inch Nails will soon be able to rock out to the eerie ambience of 1996’s hottest Lovecraftian, neo-Medieval FPS though, and more importantly through the medium of vinyl. The dark and twisted soundscapes Reznor produced for Quake were striking at the time, but even more deliciously sinister after having had time to really sink in over the years. The music is just as resonant with the creepy shooter as ever, and it will likely sound killer as a vinyl record. The
Quake Vinyl would retail for 20 US Dollars.
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