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    I've listened to the DOOM soundtrack at work more times than an average, desk worker probably should; and I regret zero minutes of it.

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    Our drummer put it on during a thunder storm in the prairies, hilarity ensued for 2 of 3 of us .

    It's good.
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    Everything's so hyperbolic and intense, and I love his passion for it. It's really inspiring.
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    Join Date: Jun 2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Came here to not care, but I LOVE that Cinder track

    Except, what the fuck, he djent'd it
    It's djent'd up yes. But I do think he does the them and the character justice. Certainly the attempt is leaps and bounds ahead than say, that trainwreck compilation of covers for the Homefront game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Came here to not care, but I LOVE that Cinder track

    Except, what the fuck, he djent'd it

    Djoom

    Rip & Tear is very Slipknoty, with a dash of later Fear Factory. Interesting how he managed to get them to this point considering the brief was 'No Guitars', a lot of this is going to sound very dated further down the line in the same way that the last incarnation is pinned to the 'NIN soundtrack' timeframe.

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