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John Romero unearths unreleased music from original Doom, Layne Staley lives

While most of the musical tracks for id Software's Doom were blatant rip-offs of late-80s and early 90s metal, it's hard to argue that (at least at the time) it didn't kick a whole bunch of ass. There's really nothing like ripping apart a cacodemon with a chainsaw to the soothing sounds of a MIDI knock-off of Slayer's "South of Heaven," brought to life by an ever capable Sound Blaster 16.

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