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I submitted this song a few weeks ago, but deleted it because a song has never been so bombed with zeroes as this >:(
So i though, what the hell. Maybe someone needs a song for a game over screen.




Rated 5 / 5 stars April 18, 2008


I can definitely imagine this in a conversation right before fighting a decisive boss, maybe directly after this boss leveled an entire city or something awful (and fun) like that. Nice work!


Rated 5 / 5 stars February 17, 2009



Continue to move forward with great works.

Kimken responds:

When i get my soundcard and everything i will start making more music!
Thanks btw!


Rated 5 / 5 stars March 5, 2010

A Zero with a One In front.

I love the dark cords and the vocals, excellent work. I could see this in a death sceen and deffinatly in Game Over. Well done!


Rated 5 / 5 stars February 17, 2010

Zeroes?! Really?!

Some people have no taste in music. That's just disgusting to think they would bomb this with zeroes. Now for the actual review.

This is definently a game over theme. The whole atmosphere of the song is hopelessness and tragedy. The angelic choir is simply beautiful and yet it fits to the song as a sort of despairing group, people crying for their fallen hero. The end kind of detracted it, but hardly harmed this great track at all; just a little nitpicking on my part.

Music Score: 10/10
An epic game over piece.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars March 10, 2008

Continue? But im out of quarters!

As far as game over screens, personally i think its perfect for one. Its one of those beats you hear when you lose that makes you mad that you lost, but makes you feel even worse, because you feel as if you let down the characters in the game. Maybe longer and more indepth tracks are on the horizon? Keep it up. *props*