Nine Inch Nails' eerie ambient Quake score gets a vinyl release

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Jun 8, 2017, 3:32 PM EDT

Industrial metal rocker Trent Reznor has created some indelible musical scores for Hollywood over the last two decades, including The Social Network, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Lost Highway and several arrangements for Seven.

One of the coolest scores Reznor ever composed was the atmospheric ambient music created for the Quake video game. Released in 1996, Quake was developed by Doom's id Software and was a 3D-rendered, first-person shooter set in a gothic, medieval setting as you battled a ferocious array of demons and monsters.

Nine Inch Nails will be releasing a deluxe vinyl pressing of this haunted soundtrack for the first time this summer, available on its official website.

Have a listen to the stirring Quake score below and tell us if you'll be grabbing a copy when it's released.

(Via Nerd Approved)