Recently, we discovered that soundtrack for arguably the popular game out right now, DOOM, is metal as fuck. Using a 9 string guitar with many other odds and ends, the soundtrack plays out like an industrial infused Meshuggah / modern djent type record.

The music for DOOM was written by the man Mick Gordon, who was also responsible for the soundtracks for Wolfenstein & Killer Instinct. It’s also worth noting that Fredrik Thordendal of Meshuggah wrote a track for the last Wolfenstein game which you can check out by CLICKING HERE.

In support of his gallant efforts, there have been a couple videos released detailing what all went into making the DOOM soundtrack. It’s actually very interesting so you should definitely check these videos out if you get the chance.

Furthermore, it has recently been discovered that there’s an easter egg hidden within the soundtrack on a number known as “Cyberdemon”. Mick Gordon messed with the track’s spectrograph to include pentagrams and the number 666 during the songs duration. You can find all of this down below. And, if you want to listen to the songs themselves, you may CLICK HERE.

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