, ‘Pretty Hate Machine’ by Nine Inch Nails gets a massive makeover It’s pretty interesting to think that the combination of old-school 8-bit video games and NIN’s classic debut album ‘Pretty Hate Machine.’ have been re-imagined and created.

Titled, ‘Pretty Eight Machine’ the project was created by remixer Inverse Phase, who engineered the album using eight separate 8-bit systems.

According to Inverse Phase, the album is a culmination of various influences including, “The recent celebration of Pretty Hate Machine’s anniversary,” he says. “The recent release of the remastered PHM, my fandom and love for Nine Inch Nails, My love of old-school computers and game systems, pushing myself to compose for systems I’ve never written music on,” and finally, “A hope that Trent Reznor and Rob Sheridan will enjoy it.” , ‘Pretty Hate Machine’ by Nine Inch Nails gets a massive makeover

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Apparently Rob Sheridan, who is a long-time art director for Nine Inch Nails, has said good things about ‘Pretty Eight Machine,’ as he tweetedabout the album, which was then retweeted by the band.

Check out some of the song titles on ‘Pretty Eight Machine’-‘Atarible Lie’ and ‘SYNCtified’ and many more.

To buy a copy of the album, click here.