, – DOOM/DOOM Eternal (Original Game Soundtracks)
|2||–||Rip & Tear||4:18|
|3||–||At Doom's Gate||1:11|
|4||–||Rust, Dust & Guts||7:41|
|7||–||Authorization; Olivia Pierce||2:24|
|8||–||Flesh & Metal||7:02|
|10||–||Ties That Bind||2:07|
|16||–,||Olivia's Doom (Chad Mossholder Remix)||4:41|
|18||–||Dr. Samuel Hayden||4:10|
|24||–||UAC Report File; SHTO36U3||3:04|
|25||–||Death & Exhale||3:49|
|DOOM Eternal (Part 1)|
|1||–,||Hell On Earth||5:02|
|5||–,||BFG Division 2020||4:46|
|9||–,||The Doom Hunter||5:09|
|10||–,||Infiltrate the Cult 1||4:53|
|11||–||Cultist Prayer 1||4:06|
|12||–,||Demonic Corruption 1||3:57|
|14||–,||The Khan Maykr (Chad Mossholder remix)||5:12|
|17||–,||Deag Nilox - First Priest Death||0:55|
|18||–||The Icon of Sin||5:36|
|20||–,||A Slayer City||3:28|
|21||–,||The Super Gore Nest||5:12|
|22||–||The Only Thing They Fear Is You||6:53|
|23||–,||Asteroids and Rockets||5:56|
|24||–,||You Can't Just Shoot A Hole Into The surface of Mars||1:42|
|27||–||Welcome Home Great Slayer||3:15|
|28||–||Prayer of the Diminished||1:41|
|30||–,||Beast of the Arena||1:46|
|DOOM Eternal (Part 2)|
|31||–,||Fortress of Doom||3:00|
|35||–,||Super Shotgun Reunion||0:46|
|36||–,||The Baron of Hell||3:33|
|38||–||Command and Control||5:07|
|42||–,||Acquiring the BFG||3:48|
|43||–,||Heart of the Beast||5:32|
|45||–,||Bio-organic Continuum Gate||5:09|
|46||–,||Massive Demonic Presence||8:11|
|47||–,||Armored Response Coalition||3:06|
|48||–,||Kalibas the Sightless Judge||5:44|
|49||–,||S.O.S. from Earth||2:41|
|53||–,||The Khan Maykr||7:42|
|58||–,||End of Level||2:30|
|59||–,||Final Sin - Sandy City||1:54|
Included in the Collector's Edition of DOOM Eternal released on the 21st of March, 2020. The cassette itself plays 2 unnamed tracks. Side A plays ambience and side B plays demon noises from the game. On the back is a redemption code for digital copies of both soundtracks, which is redeemable on Bethesda.net. The DOOM Eternal lossless download was delayed until April 19th due to unannounced circumstances.
- Full story here on why this OST sounds so bad:
- SuperClass47 you couldn't be more wrong. It has nothing to do with the tape. LOL!
- Edited one year agoJust a heads up for anyone. The release sounds awful with HEAVY compression all over the tracks. BFG Division 2020 alone sounds like a insult compared to the original from 2016. Casuals might not notice such issues at first but if you compare these tracks side by side, the difference is day and night.
I have absolutely no idea what went wrong in the finalization of this amazing OST but Bethesda screwed up again, like so many times in the last years. It is also not the first time they screw up soundtracks. Some of their officially sold OSTs have MP3 128Kbit quality, namely Fallout 3 and Wolfenstein New Collossus. They dont really seem to take care about their franchise music.
Right now it seems like they are ignoring the game and the whole OST situation. Wouldnt wonder me if there is a law battle behind the scenes since Mick Gordon, main composer of the OST, wasnt that cheerful about the whole thing. But I dont really care about all this. The fact they sourced the music from ingame music, is the main problem. They are too compressed to begin with.
I hope that they might release a proper mastered OST later on together with the DLC music from Andrew Hulshult but somehow I doubt this. Originally they wanted to release the Eternal OST for everyone but it didnt happen. Either because they are working on a better release, or, what I think, they just try to put the whole thing under the rug. Has been almost a year now anyway.
- Has there been any update on a standalone release of the Doom Eternal soundtrack?