Icy isolation and painful body transformations are nightmare-inducing elements of John Carpenter's The Thing, with the scares enhanced by an absolutely haunting score by Ennio Morricone. Soon horror fans can bring the hair-raising (in a good way) sounds of The Thing into their own homes with Waxwork Records' vinyl soundtrack of the beloved 1982 film, and they've just unveiled the artwork for the release.

Revealed on Waxwork Records' official Facebook page, the artwork for The Thing vinyl soundtrack maps out arctic terrors, priming ears for one eerie listening experience.

An official release date and details for The Thing vinyl soundtrack have not yet been revealed, but you can take a look at the artwork below and listen to a sample of the bone-chilling score as you anxiously await the results of the copper wire test...

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