The Doom Soundtrack's Spectogram is Packed With Satanic Visuals

By Aatif Sulleyman on at

Cool but creepy Easter Egg alert, people. Turn your volume up and the lights down, grab your nearest crucifix and hit the play button.

What you’ve just seen is the spectrogram -- that is, ahem, the visual representation of an audio file's spectrum of frequencies (cheers Wikipedia) -- of Cyberdemon, one of the songs on the new Doom soundtrack. Reddit user Tomcb thought it was worth running an analysis of it and by golly we’re glad he did.

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We’ve got 666 signs and inverted pentagrams galore. No goats heads though. Disappointed face. Still, it’s enough to give anyone the heebie-jeebies. Or make them want to bring the devil into their heart. Or just play the game. [Verge]