Pentagrams and "666" appear in DOOM's soundtrack in a spectrogram

A new DOOM game was released just a couple of weeks ago on PCs, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Similar to its counterparts, this iteration of the game also dealt with battling demonic forces and other diabolical entities. The latest edition of DOOM has been generally well-received by critics as well as fans who have lauded the game for the fast-paced levels, interesting weapons, enemies and environment.

Now it appears that fans of the game have discovered an interesting Easter egg hidden within the game's soundtrack. DOOM's soundtrack which was composed by Mick Gordon, when displayed using a spectrogram reveals the following visuals:

As the discovery made by Reddit user Tomcb clearly shows, DOOM's soundtrack contains satanic symbols including pentagrams and even the number sequence "666", which is considered to be the "Number of the Beast" and is associated with the Antichrist, namely the devil.

DOOM's composer Mick Gordon himself has officially confirmed the presence of demonic symbols in the game's soundtrack. Easter eggs in DOOM aren't entirely surprising or new. Another one also references Terminator 2 which can be seen when a player jumps into molten lava and submerges to his death, while giving a thumbs up.

Have you discovered any other interesting Easter eggs in DOOM? Let us know in the comments section below!

Source and image: Tomcb (Reddit)

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