Andrew Hulshult


Andrew Hulshult is an American video game music composer. His professional career started with a heavy metal reinterpretation of the Rise of the Triad soundtrack for its 2013 remake. In 2016, he released the IDKFA - Knee-Deep in the Dead album and music pack, which was a high-quality remake of the original Doom soundtrack with real instruments; it became the official soundtrack of the Brutal Doom mod, and the upload on his YouTube channel has over 1.7 million views.

Hulshult's first gig for id Software was working on the Quake Champions soundtrack, together with Chris Vrenna in 2018. Then, in 2020, he was hired to create, together with David Levy, the soundtrack to The Ancient Gods, Part One, the first standalone expansion pack for Doom Eternal. Hulshult and Levy had also worked on the soundtrack to The Ancient Gods, Part Two, the second Doom Eternal expansion pack released in 2021.


  • Doom Eternal (2020-2021)
  • Tokyo Underground Killer (2023)
  • Dusk '82 (2021)
  • Nightmare Reaper (2019)
  • Daymare: 1998 (2019)
  • Amid Evil (2018; sound effects)
  • Dusk (2018)
  • Quake Champions (2018; uncredited)
  • Rad Rodgers (2018; audio designer/composer)
  • Surfatron (2018)
  • Bombshell (2016; audio director)
  • Rad Rodgers: World One (2016; audio designer/composer)
  • Rise of the Triad (2013)


This article incorporates text from the open-content Wikipedia online encyclopedia article Andrew Hulshult.

id Software
Doom era
Idlogo old.png
Doom 3 era
IdSoftware Logo 200x.png
ZeniMax era
IdSoftware Logo 2016.png