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Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross Have Released Some Incredibly Elaborate ‘Watchmen’ Related Merch


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The decision to enlist Nine Inch NailsTrent Reznor and Atticus Ross to compose the score for the recently concluded HBO TV adaptation of the ‘Watchmen‘ didn’t just enrich the series with their trademark talent in the studio. Over the course of three volumes of their separately released score for the series, the aforementioned duo have expanded upon the show’s universe. The third and final volume recently saw a release and may wind up being the most sought after of the trilogy however.

It arrives packaged as an album from an fictional alternate version of Nine Inch Nails found in the show’s universe, complete with an elaborate back history to match it. If you haven’t seen the series yet, you may not want to delve into all the details the band have laid out. But should you want to dig deeper, Birthdeathmovies.com have crafted an in-depth look at all the various details and care the band put into the packaging.

Beyond that, things get even a bit more spoilery, so once again, if you’ve yet to see the recently concluded series, you may want to move along. With that out of the way, among the more elaborate merchandise being offered is ‘Blue Sunday’—a soil sample of sorts claimed to have been taken from the crater left behind when a certain Welsh castle in the series was teleported to another location.

While it goes for a whopping $195.00, attempts made to buy it are seemingly met with a extra bonus . However, some fans claim to have been able to purchase the blue speckled dust. You can try your hand at that here.

Other items of interest related to this third volume include shirt designs for the alternate Nine Inch Nails previously mentioned above. You can find those here and here.

Blue Sunday

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