Mick Gordon is an Australian video game composer and sound designer.
Mick Gordon started his career in the video games industry in the 00s. The first project he took part in as a sound designer was 2006 Pandemic Studios’ action-adventure game Destroy All Humans! 2. The first game in which he was of the main composers was 2009 racing game Need for Speed: Shift. He has been working on music for Need for Speed series until 2011. He became well-known in the industry with his soundtrack for the 2013 Killer Instinct. For his soundtrack to 2016 Bethesda’s reboot of the DOOM franchise, he won several prestigious awards such as Excellence in Musical Score from SXSW Gaming Awards.
Mick Gordon is known for his versatility and a wide range of music genres that he incorporates in his score. As it stated on his website, his music’s aim is to overcome the separation between music and the world in which it exists.