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Raise some Hell on your commute with the 'Doom' soundtrack

Left-hand fingers crossed that a collectible physical release is up next.
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In case you wanted to listen to the crushing beats and guitar riffs of Doom's soundtrack during your daily trip to work or school, now's your chance. Composer Mick Gordon's industrial-metal score is available to purchase and stream from Google Play, iTunes and Spotify. A tweet from Gordon outlines what's available in the digital version: 31 tracks with new mixes spanning a 128 minute runtime. And at least a few pentagrams and numbers of the beast if you run it through a spectrogram.

It isn't the Trent Reznor score we were promised for Doom 3, but it's probably as close as we'll ever get. And I mean that in the absolute best way possible. There isn't a physical release (yet) but given the popularity of those it probably isn't too far off. Don't have $10 to spare for the download? Well, there's always YouTube.

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