The day is here Doom fans! Mick Gordon’s excellent Doom soundtrack officially released. I’m typing this post while jamming out to BFG Division. Hot damn this soundtrack is so good.

Doom’s single player came out of nowhere and bashed me over the head with its awesomeness. I remember playing the beta before the game’s official launch and thinking it was serviceable. I figured I would pick it up when it went on sale.

Then I started hearing about how awesome the single player was. I knew Bethesda published shooters were good before. Just look at the last couple of Wolfenstein games. I broke down and picked it up the day after it released. I’m glad I did. It was 7 hours of pure gaming bliss. Just listening to the soundtrack makes me want to grab my shotgun and jump back into the depths of Hell.

Listen and watch Mick Gordon Rip & Tear:

Mick Gordon killed it with the Doom soundtrack. Well done, man.

Check out the rest of Mick Gordon’s YouTube channel for the full soundtrack, or listen to it via the Spotify embed below. You can also pick it up on iTunes or Google Play.

And if you want to see the mastery behind the soundtrack check out Doom: Behind the Music below.

Part 1.

Part 2.

And finally, if you haven’t played Doom yet – you need to change that. Now. You’re missing out on some of the tightest gameplay (and gameplay encounters) ever in a shooter. I can’t stress how good the single player is.

When I’m not playing Rocket League (best game ever), you can find me writing about all things games, space and more. You can reach me at alex@newsledge.com

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