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Go Behind The Metal Of Making The DOOM Soundtrack

Big guns, fast guitars, and non-stop demon-slaying action. It's what DOOM is all about.
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Bethesda’s new DOOM sequel is taking the gaming world by storm by paying proper homage to a bygone era of gameplay and doing justice to a much beloved icon of the gaming world. One of the ways this game is able to channel the spirit of the original game is through a fantastic soundtrack which recalls elements of the first game while surrounding those elements in the music of today.

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Composer Mick Gordon takes you through his process of creating music for DOOM which both sets a frenetic tone for the updated pace of gameplay and pays tribute to its predecessor’s much simpler MIDI soundtrack. The score for DOOM  is a metalhead’s dream come true and perfectly underscores the point of the game: kill all of these terrible demons and get the hell out of Hell.


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