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Doom Game Soundtrack Composer Looking For Choir Of "Killer Metal Screamers"

Mick Gordon needs your SOUL. Er, voice.

Mick Gordon needs your SOUL. Er, voice.

Mick Gordon, the metal-as-shit composer behind Doom 2016, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Doom Eternal and more needs your screams. Gordon is putting together a choir of "killer metal screamers" for a new game he's working on, which I'm already interested in because of said choir.

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The only downside to participating in this is that you can't do it from home. According to Gordon, you must be able to travel to Austin, TX, for a recording session in the first week of March 2019, though you will be paid for your participation. Read the full statement about the choir below.

I’m currently writing music for a video game. 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.

To the best of my knowledge, I don’t believe this has ever been done before. Therefore, here is an open invitation to anyone out there who wants to apply to join our Heavy Metal Choir.

– We’re looking for all types of screamers.
– Your level of experience doesn’t matter.
– We’re looking for all genders.
– As long as you’re over 18, it doesn’t matter how old you are.

As long as you have a killer metal scream, I want you.

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If you’re interested, please complete the form below. Be sure to include your name and email along with a demo that best demonstrates your killer metal voice.

Important points:
– You must be able to travel to Austin, Texas, for a recording session in the first week of March 2019.
– You must be over 18 years old.
– This is not a free gig. You will be paid and you will receive a credit.
– You will have until the 1st of February 2019 to submit your demo.

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