31 Songs, 2 Hours 8 Minutes

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.

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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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
220 Ratings

220 Ratings

ThatRandomMusicGuy ,

Yes! Yes! YES!

Been waiting for this for a while now, but better late than never! Mick Gordon does a great job at capturing the intense atmosphere that is DOOM and bringing it to modern times. The technological sounds, the ambient atmosphere, the HEAVY FRIGGIN METAL! All of it has been showcased thoroughly on this soundtrack and was executed very well! Job well done Mr. Gordon. And a job well done to ID and Bethesda for perfectly reviving the pure epitome of what a DOOM game is all about!

nytiger73 ,

Most epic soundtrack ever!

The game and soundtrack are the most epic I've ever heard. Even if you're not into the game but are into heavy metal with a techno vibe, this album is for you.

The Trolls Creed ,

Amazing

It's mind boggling that it took this long for it to be released

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