DOOM hid 666 and pentagrams in the frequencies of the game’s soundtrack
Some resourceful internet detectives over at Reddit discovered an interesting easter egg in the recent reboot of DOOM. iD Software’s demonic shooters have always been rife with hidden bonuses and not so subtle satanic references and this time around the software company hid its message embedded in the game’s soundtrack. Redditor Tomcb noticed that one of the game’s tracks, “Cyberdemon,” had more than just your average spectogram. The frequencies clearly reveal the numbers “666” and easily distinguishable pentagrams built into the song’s soundtrack.
If it were 30 years ago this would be huge controversy. And we’d all be spinning a Led Zeppelin vinyl backwards.
Now you can just press play and check it out below: