Doom Eternal’s Aussie composer is forming a heavy metal choir

Doom Eternal‘s Aussie composer, Mick Gordon, is currently recruiting a heavy metal choir to feature in the game’s soundtrack.

“I’m currently writing music for a video game,” Gordon said in a new video. “I really want to record a choir, but for this project, I don’t want to record a regular choir; I want to record a choir made up entirely of Heavy Metal Screamers.”

Gordon then extended an “open invitation” to anyone who wanted to join his heavy metal choir. Those who wish to apply need to be 18 years old (or older) and reside (or can travel) to Austin, Texas, USA for a date in early March 2019. Best yet, it’s a paid gig.

“We’re looking for all types of screamers. Your level of experience doesn’t matter. We’re looking for all genders,” Gordon said. “As long as you have a killer metal scream, I want you.”

If you’re interested, you can head here and apply.

Doom Eternal is planned for release on Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Switch.

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