Portraits from the Hate Machine

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The Marilyn Manson section of Portraits from the Hate Machine via April 27th, 2010

Portraits from the Hate Machine was a Marilyn Manson and Nine Inch Nails bootleg site and fansite. It was founded by bootleg collector and trader Seven, from Provider Module and previously of Mansonusa.com, in 2007.

Since the collapse of The Heirophant Council forums of Mansonusa.com, Portraits from the Hate Machine was the only availible outlet on the net to feature certain audio downloads and other features on a direct domain and server.


The site features hundreds of live audio and video content and is not limited to:

  • live audio;
  • live video;
  • demos;
  • unreleased tracks;
  • remix albums and compilations;
  • bootleg pressed CDs;
  • TV appearances;
  • interviews;
  • other miscellaneous files related to Manson.


  • The Manson and NIN website didn't surface until sometime later in which they were featured on the Other Bands page of Red Hot Heaven. It became widely popular and was later adapted to being only a site for Marilyn Manson and Nine Inch Nails.
  • The name comes from Marilyn Manson's Portrait of an American Family and Nine Inch Nails Pretty Hate Machine, both of which are their debut albums.

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