Doom Eternal showcases its heavy metal choir


Doom Eternal showcases composer Mick Gordon’s Heavy Metal Choir as Bethesda takes us behind-the-scenes.

Doom Eternal Heavy Metal Choir has been detailed by Bethesda with the following.

An eclectic group of heavy metal vocalists from diverse backgrounds and experiences that all share one thing in common: a love for Doom.
A result of an open casting call, the choir includes names such as Tony Campos (Ministry; Static X), Sven De Caluwe (Aborted), Linzey Rae (The Anchor), and more. Mick, alongside the talented sound team at id Software, created the choir’s signature chant, pieced together from a mysterious and ancient language that hearkens back to the Slayer’s origins. The chant seamlessly weaves into the soundtrack and ties directly into the lore of Doom Eternal.

Check out the choir in the video below.

Doom Eternal heads to PS4, Xbox One, Stadia and Windows PC on March 20; with a Switch release to follow.



Feb 7, 2019
It seems many dev groups continue to invest into the sounds. And on the face of it we don't even notice it. But yeah it seems like a good addition to the game.