DOOM Eternal’s Mick Gordon Needs Some Heavy Metal Screamers
The composer needs some metal singers for his upcoming video game project.
By Jay Gervais
Mick Gordon, the man behind the music for the rebooted DOOM video games, needs a choir of heavy metal screamers for his new project. While he doesn’t specifically say it’s for the upcoming DOOM Eternal, it seems very likely this is the case, especially considering the audio in the video above sounds like it’s straight out of those menacing soundtracks.
If you think you’ve got what it takes to scream your lungs out, Gordon has made his invitation open to anyone of both genders that is over the age of 18. In addition, at your own expense, you must be available in the first week of March of this year to travel over to Austin, Texas for the recording session. It’s not a free gig either. You will be paid for your time and receive credit for your contribution. Gordon doesn’t care if you have experience or not, so long as you have the scream he’s looking for.
If this sounds like something you might be interested in, head on over to the application form on Gordon’s official website. You must submit a demo of your best killer metal voice along with your application by January 11th, 2019 in order to be considered.
We know that Mick Gordon is doing an all-new soundtrack for DOOM Eternal and his desire to include a heavy metal choir makes us excited to hear what wild tracks he’s going to come up with this time around. This highly-anticipated title is slated for release sometime this year and with the soundtrack in production stages, we’re certain a confirmed release date is imminent.
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