Last year’s call from Mick Gordon, the composer of Doom Eternal soundtrack, has been answered. The invitation required vocalists to join a heavy metal choir for a “project” with no further information. That’s how it all started. Now, at this very moment, around 20 or more vocalists are working on the Doom soundtrack.
The first time I saw them, it looked more like a real-life scene we’re some demons we’re called – Doomguy was the only one missing there. The team effort showed some quality results, and it will keep the Doom series as impressive as the first time we met the game.
Most of the choir vocalists are members of a bad, either as a vocalist or on various instruments. This includes bands like:
- Static X
- Tengger Cavalry
The “behind the scenes” video shows us how the killing-demons-music is born. The music that fits so well with all the guns and demon skull pieces on the floor. Natalie Kahan, the Wildspeaker vocalist, said that the variety of the singing style comes from an equal gender split. The team clearly understood that the base of the game is the soundtrack. That’s what gets players going, and it’s what inspires us to come up with new ways to kill demons. The leading “trio” that brings us to the game is the secure connection between gameplay-sound effects-soundtrack.