Doom Composer Seeking Singers for Heavy Metal Choir
Composer Mick Gordon, whose credits include the video games Doom and Wolfenstein, has released a video putting out a call for singers to join a “choir made up entirely of heavy metal screamers.” The choir will be recording music for an upcoming, unspecified game, which GameSpot surmises is the announced Doom sequel, Doom Eternal.
While Gordon is sending this out as an “open invitation,” that doesn’t mean that just anyone can join the project: you have to be at least 18 years of age, and you have to be able to fund your own trip to the recording sessions in Austin, TX the first week of March. And even if that all sounds doable for you, you still need to submit a demo of your “killer metal voice.” Assuming you meet all the requirements and are invited to participate, you’ll be compensated an unspecified amount and credited in the game itself.
Watch the video below for all the details. Interested parties can apply here. The deadline to submit your demo is February 1, so get crackin’!