Editors’ Notes There’s not much of a precedent for music about settlers on Mars discovering a portal to hell, so it must have seemed like quite a unique task for Mick Gordon as he set out to compose original music for Doom. His intense, sprawling creation is the perfect complement to the soul-crushing first-person shooter, offering gripping heavy metal guitar riffs (“Rip & Tear”), relentlessly pounding drums (“Bfg Division”), and terrifying industrial synths (“Hellwalker”). The world evoked through these tracks is a horrifying projection—one that we should never hope to experience.

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I. Dogma
1
0:44
 
Rip & Tear
2
4:17
 
At Doom's Gate
3
1:10
 
Rust, Dust & Guts
4
7:41
 
II. Demigod
5
0:50
 
Hellwalker
6
5:05
 
Authorization; Olivia Pierce
7
2:23
 
Flesh & Metal
8
7:02
 
Impure Spectrum
9
1:44
 
Ties That Bind
10
2:06
 
Bfg Division
11
8:26
 
Residual
12
1:56
 
Argent Energy
13
2:34
 
Harbinger
14
7:11
 
Biowaves
15
2:16
 
Olivia's Doom (Chad Mossholder Remix)
16
4:40
 
Transistor Fist
17
6:09
 
Dr. Samuel Hayden
18
4:10
 
Cyberdemon
19
6:18
 
Incantation
20
3:36
 
III. Dakhma
21
2:16
 
Damnation
22
6:44
 
The Stench
23
2:50
 
Uac Report File; Shto36u3
24
3:04
 
Death & Exhale
25
3:49
 
SkullHacker
26
7:15
 
Lazarus Waves
27
3:39
 
Vega Core
28
8:03
 
6_idkill.Vega.Cih
29
1:38
 
Mastermind
30
6:37
 
IV. Doom
31
1:47
 

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