If you've got one of those hardcore voices that sound like you gargle ground glass and Fireball on the regular, well known game composer Mick Gordon is looking to hire you for a new project - a project that we're 98% sure is Doom Eternal (opens in new tab).
"I’m currently writing music for a video game," says Gordon. "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."
To apply you'll need to be over 18 and - if selected - willing to travel to a recording session in Austin, Texas, but successful applicants will get paid and a credit on the finished game. The deadline is February 1, and you can apply here (opens in new tab).
He never says it's Doom Eternal, and Bethesda gave us a big old no comment on the video, but Gordon works with the publisher a lot, racking up credits on Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, Prey, and 2016's Doom reboot.
IT IS A SIGN 😐 pic.twitter.com/zqmxtzAxFXDecember 15, 2018
He's also currently listed on IMDB and working on Doom Eternal, and the URL for the application form includes 666, so hand me a pipe and call me Sherlock, I have solved this case.
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