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Enjoy 30 seconds of Doom Eternal’s soundtrack featuring its metal choir

Composer Mick Gordon has released a short teaser of his innovative metal choir in the Doom Eternal OST

You may remember news from the start of the year that Mick Gordon, the composer behind the badass soundtracks for recent Doom and Wolfenstein games, was putting together a heavy metal choir for the Doom Eternal OST. Alongside news of the Doom Eternal release date from Bethesda’s E3 conference today, Gordon has released a 30-second clip of the music – and I’m pretty sure that’s the metal choir which you can faintly hear at around 20 seconds.

Regardless, scroll down to Gordon’s tweets to enjoy a tasty teaser of some seriously heavy, grinding, industrial metal – the perfect lullaby to rock some demons to their eternal sleep.

If you missed the Bethesda showcase, let’s catch you up: Doom Eternal is out on November 22, you get to visit Heaven in it (though its agents don’t look much friendlier than the demons), it’s getting a new asymmetric multiplayer mode, and if you order the Collector’s Edition you can get a wearable replica Doom Slayer helmet.

Here’s that 30-second soundtrack preview:

Gordon’s Twitter is a cool place to spend some time if you’re interested in his process. Here’s a shot of the metal choir itself, readying for action:

For more kickass videogame music, here’s Command & Conquer composer Frank Klepacki playing the C&C soundtrack live.

We had a go: check out our Doom Eternal hands-on preview

We’ll have plenty more from E3 2019 on the site – our staff are on the ground in Los Angeles and covering the conferences from our UK office, so stick around for the latest news.