DOOM Sells Custom Rings & 'Operation: Doomsday' Cassette Box Set

Ever wanted to own you very own DOOM mask? Here’s your chance, sort of. The enigmatic rhymesayer

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Ever wanted to own you very own DOOM mask? Here’s your chance, sort of. The enigmatic rhymesayer teamed up with Nature Sounds for a limited-edition series of custom rings (available here) in the shape of his mask with his logo engraved inside. To top things of, there’s more DOOM that you can own. Besides offering the proper outfit for your fingers and feet, DOOM unveils the box set reissue of his album Operation: Doomsday in cassette form. Scheduled for a February 18 release via Rappcats, the piece is set to feature two cassettes: one containing original album and a second featuring bonus material.

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