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Doom (Original Game Soundtrack) Tracklist:
Mick Gordon is absolutely fantastic. I'm usually all for vocals. Gutterals, highs, lows, I love it all. This is the first instrumental metal I've felt was better without vocals. Simply amazing
A masterpiece. BFG Division, Rip and Tear, Hellwalker, and Damnation are insane. Definitely the best songs on there. The whole album is so chaotic and is even better in game when you’re clapping demons cheeks. 1000/10.
This soundtrack is just freakin amazing. Electric sounds like some sort of meat grinder combined with metal makes it feel like the original games with some more modern touches. Also in case you didn’t know, Doomguy has speakers in his helmet blasting this crap at full volume! Thanks for the great music Mick! (I rate it 5 pentagrams)
Doom is fun I mean like, who doesn’t wanna kill demons! And the songs are just like heaven 😇! I recommend player doom, doom II, doom 3, doom bfg addition, doom 3 bfg addition, doom 4, doom 4 rebooted and doom enternal when it comes out on the switch, ps4, Xbox and maybe Pc and mac!
After playing the game, I bought the soundtrack to further relish on the gravity of Mick’s masterpiece. My cousin owns a pub and solely listens to all forms of rock and heavy metal, so one day in particular, he and a few bikers asked me to play a few songs for them. The moment Rust Dust, & Guts popped, one guy named, Alexander, started headbanging. It was an unsettling sight to see one guy with long curly hair rocking it, but then again, it literally lit up the bar when the bikers from outside started to relish the song. The last one I gave them was BFG Division, they’re reactions were equivalent to hearing a song that you’ve never heard before and pick it up as if you’ve heard it all your life. It’s a great soundtrack, I’ll highly recommend it, and I can’t wait for Eternal.
This is what you get when a smol lil’ dooter doots his trumpet. In all serious, the soundtrack of the masterpiece-FPS-Godfather reboot is freaking awesome. It’s a mix of the Slayer’s Testaments, dubstep, and death metal. If you listen to this with headphones in your sleep, you’d probably dream of severing a baron’s head off with its own tooth. Honestly, I’m not really sure if the Slayer Testaments should be in this album, as they’re not even song. At least make them the smallest price you can make them (25-75 cents). But hey, at least we get to listen to audio recordings of Satan talking about his scary nightmares. My overall opinion?: The DooM soundtrack is great. If you enjoy edgy music genres like dubstep and death metal, it’s even better. If you like wimpy weird songs that usually have to do with love; like country or pop, this definitely isn’t for you. Now that I think about it, Mick Gordon, you should make a demon love song hidden in the files of DooM Eternal lol
Like the game? Good. Like the music? Good. Realized that you’ve listened to the YouTube videos of the music so many times that you’re pondering on buying the album? Do it. And turn up the volume. All the way up.
In the first battle; when the shadows first lengthened... one stood... he chose the path of perpetual torment. In his ravenous hatred, he found no peace, and with boiling blood he scoured the umbral planes seeking vengeance against the dark lords who had wronged him. And those that tasted the point of his sword named him... Mick Gordon!!! 🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼
Flesh and guts, bone and metal. Heavy metal. Heavier than most generic metal out there today. Not only one of the greatest OSTs of all time, but probably one of the better metal and instrumental albums ever made. Mick Gordon is relentless with the pace, style and brutality. You will tear faces off things if your own hasn't melted yet.