DOOM soundtrack released for iOS and Android

Bethesda releases all 31 tracks from the popular reboot of the series.


Doom 2016 really brought the nostalgia back for many old-school Doom fans. Now you can get the soundtrack from the game for iOS and Android.

All 31 tracks from composer Mick Gordon are there, with each track going for 99 cents, or the whole "album" for $9.99 on iTunes.  For Android, the individual tracks are the same price, but the package deal is 50 cents cheaper at $9.49 on Google Play.

For old-school players, the music was a huge part of the moster killing, building both anxiety and anticipation as you tore through hordes of demons. E1M1 became the sound for Doom. Gordon used the original music as a basis for the music he created for the new Doom. He has also done music for other titles such as Wolfenstein, Mirror's Edge, Killer Instinct and Need for Speed, and the upcoming Prey.

Check out the interview he did about melding the old music into the new game.

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    September 28, 2016 9:12 AM

    John Keefer posted a new article, DOOM soundtrack released for iOS and Android

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      September 28, 2016 9:44 AM

      Slight semantic issue - it's not that the soundtrack has been released for mobile phones, its that it's been released on the major online music platforms for purchase or streaming. You can buy it from iTunes or Google Play or stream from Apple Music, Google Play Music or Spotify.

      It's true that the #1 way people access these services is through their phones but the headline makes it sound like they've put out an app or something when you can buy or stream it from a computer too.

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        September 28, 2016 9:51 AM

        Was just about to post this as well.

        Doesn't seem to be available on Amazon though. That's kinda odd.

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          September 28, 2016 10:00 AM

          That is odd, though maybe there's some timing/server issue there (i.e., it'll be available shortly) since it's already MP3 on Google Play Music.

          Also I joked in the other thread about wanting a vinyl release but I think it would be cool to have this on CD as well just for shits.

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        September 28, 2016 10:20 AM

        Thanks, that was confusing me, since I couldn't read the article.

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