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WAD Music by Lazarus 3 Mod with music from Doom 2016 (composed by Mick Gordon) Remixed ready to use with any MODS. In a single .pk3 file compatible with any Doom engine, compressed in .OGG quality. Credit of songs to Mick Gordon, Doom Covers 2016 credits to BillyTheBard11th.

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Lazarus Doom 2016 OST Remix FOR MODS! (Only .pk3)

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DOOM OST FOR MODS



WAD Music by Lazarus 3 Mod with music from Doom 2016 (composed by Mick Gordon) Remixed ready to use with any MODS. In a single .pk3 file compatible with any Doom engine, compressed in .OGG quality. Credit of songs to Mick Gordon, Doom Covers 2016 credits to BillyTheBard11th.

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WAD Music by Lazarus 3 Mod with music from Doom 2016 (composed by Mick Gordon) Remixed ready to use with any MODS. In a single .pk3 file compatible with any Doom engine, compressed in .OGG quality. Credit of songs to Mick Gordon, Doom Covers 2016 credits to BillyTheBard11th.

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I cannot stress enough how much this simple change in music affected a game I know by heart. I loaded up this pk3 along with Brutal Doom on Doom 2. I made the difficulty settings super high and started up the game. Of course it was awesome at first, I instinctively ran the other way from where I spawned, grabbed the chainsaw, and waited for the drop before I began slashing up my foes into chunky pieces.

But something about MAP02 and the second song on the OST really struck a cord with me. The original music for MAP02 was originally soft and quiet, but the song here was driving, brooding, and despite it's fast pace, left a terrible feeling of dread in me.

Of course, I had heard this music before in Doom 2016, but something about Doom 2's more claustrophobic design plus this music made my heart race.

I usually can keep myself in control whilst playing the classic Doom games, and play out the game by muscle memory, but something about the music just made this feel so unfamiliar, and therefore, it threw me off. My gameplay was affected by something as simple as music.

In Doom 2016, this music is awesome and fun, same with Doom 1 as I would say that game has more open areas and you don't feel as confined where any enemy could jump out at you any second. But the level design of Doom 2 and the intense music of this pk3 just work so well together. Regardless of what you think of Brutal Doom, I highly recommend this just for the rush.

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