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DOOM Original Game Soundtrack Guns For CD And Vinyl Release

Laced Records has teamed up with Bethesda Softworks and id Software to release the DOOM Original Game Soundtrack in Vinyl and CD physical audio formats.

Cut at the world famous Abbey Road Studios, the pulse-pounding and demon-stomping DOOM soundtrack, which was composed by long-time Bethesda collaborator Mick Gordon, will be available in four formats: a Deluxe Double CD, Double Vinyl with 20 favourite tracks selected by the developers, a Special Edition Four-Disc Vinyl, and a Special Limited Edition Vinyl Box Set.

With pre-orders now open in North America and the Rest of the World, there are four editions to choose between. Those are:

Deluxe Double CD: Featuring a premium triple gatefold sleeve and available direct from Laced Records and participating retailers worldwide (RRP: $15.00)

Double LP: Pressed on 180g blood red vinyl and complete with premium packaging this version features 20 favorite tracks selected by the developers themselves. Available direct from Laced Records and participating retailers worldwide (RRP: $35.00)

Special Edition X4LP: Cut at the legendary Abbey Road Studios this four-disc vinyl set is encased within double hard slip cases and features premium printed inner sleeves with DOOM artwork. Pressed on black vinyl it includes the full DOOM soundtrack and is available to pre-order direct from Laced Records store and participating retailers worldwide (RRP: $80.00)

Special Limited Edition X4LP: The four-disc special edition comes with all the bells and whistles of the Standard Edition X4LP but is pressed on 180g blood red vinyl and adds the Deluxe Double CD, plus a custom turntable slipmat. The Special Edition is only available via pre-order for a 14-day window ending 2nd May 2018 direct from the Laced Records store only. (RRP: $100.00)

The DOOM Original Game Soundtrack will release on Vinyl and CD in Summer 2018.

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