DOOM Eternal is coming out this month on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Stadia. Now, Mick Gordon has showcased The Heavy Metal Choir for the upcoming shooter.
Mick Gordon is the composer behind the sequel to the highly-rated DOOM, that came out in 2016.
The Heavy Metal Choir
Check out the stunning choir of heavy metal vocalists that are performing the original soundtrack for DOOM Eternal.
The choir is comprised of an eclectic group of heavy metal vocalists from diverse backgrounds and experiences. All these individuals have a love for Heavy Metal and DOOM.
This was all the result of an open calling by Mick Gordon himself, and now includes vocalists like Tony Campos (Ministry; Static X), Sven De Caluwe (Aborted), Linzey Rae (The Anchor), and more.
Mick Gordon is an exceptional composer and has previously worked on Bethesda titles including DOOM, Wolfenstein, and Prey.
The choir’s signature chant was created by Mick and the talented sound team at id Software.
Doom Eternal Release Date
The game is headed to PC, Xbox One and PS4 on 20th March 2020.
You can pre-order it from the following links below.
Doom Eternal Pre-Order Bonus
Pre-Order DOOM Eternal to get a free digital download of DOOM 64, a cult classic available for the first time ever on modern platforms.
Pre-orders of DOOM Eternal also include the Rip and Tear Pack, which comes with
- DOOT Revenant Skin
- Cultist Base Master Level
A remixed version of the campaign level with new challenges and surprises
- Throwback Shotgun Weapon Skin
Bring DOOM’s classic shotgun to bear on DOOM Eternal’s demon hordes
- Get it at Amazon: $60 PS4 | Xbox One | PC
- Get it at Walmart: $60 PS4 | Xbox One | PC
- Get it at Best Buy: $60 PS4 | Xbox One | PC | Switch
- Get it at GameStop: $60 PS4 | Xbox One | PC | Switch
- Get it at Newegg: $60 PS4 | Xbox One | PC
- Get it at Target: $60 PS4 | Xbox One | PC
- Get it at Bethesda Store: $60 PS4 | Xbox One | PC
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