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May 14, 2009 | 4:36 AM EDT
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4.42 / 5.00

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Phoenix: HOLD IT!
Before you listen, vote or review, you should listen to Intero's "8-bit Bossbattle", which can be found here: /audio/listen/233837 (remove spaces)

After listening to that (if you haven't already listened to that awesome 8-bit song), now you can proceed with listening to this, a complete metal remix of the original song. People usually make 8-bit versions out of songs, but how about songs out of 8-bit versions? :D

With permission from Intero himself, I remixed his work from scratch in "my style", which people who have been following my works should know already as "some sort of video game power metal". A notable thing about this remix is that it's completely "band only", which means absolutely no keyboards or orchestration (which I refer to as "fluff"). I hope you enjoy! ^^

Direct Download:
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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh Jesus Christ, this sounds like something from The Binding of Issac, can i use it?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Reminds me of Vampire Killer from Castlevania, except sooo much better.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

lol no 8Bit? :-(

serious this is cool but u might remember my 8bit addict...
sooo i can still give you
9/10 4/5


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i hear it somewhere...

good music,its like an old-school jrpg music, but its metal!

rtnario responds:

Yep, Intero's melodies really do have a certain sound to them...but I handled the metal part :D Thanks!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good news.

The beginning reminds me of some of Sasha-Tarquin's work, like Death Adder and Battlefield. You can check out some of his works to see the type of metal I am referring to. Anyways, the drums seem pretty nice, although the bass drum could be louder, despite the fact that it's not really something to focus on in a song like this. Currently the bass drum sort of sounds like little attacks in the background rather than a musical sound, although it has a good rhythm and form. It kind of reminds me of something, but I cannot think of it at the moment, and I would be replacing this text with it if I could only figure out what. That bass drum does sound good however if you focus in on it to hear it, and what I believe is hindering the sound would be that it's slightly too quiet, making it meld too much to the guitars sounding kinda like errors. Maybe I'm completely wrong and it's too loud, but there's just something about the base. Also, the bass guitar sounds very good. It has good rhythm, a nice sound, and a great blend. I personally always like more bass, and it probably actually would sound better either way with the bass slightly louder. I can't really hear it in some parts which makes me sorta sad, but then again when it has its 5 note or so uplift things which sounds really good. The second guitar I believe it is, the non-melodic one sounds really kind of static-like, and has a bad sound around 14 or 15 seconds. The melody sounds pretty good however throughout the song, and I can tell that it seems like you focused a lot on your melody as you do a lot of the time. The harmony to the lead is also really good, and I believe it has an equal, if not greater, sound. The cymbals on the drums sound pretty good, although you could make their pitch a bit different because sometimes they don't sound too much like cymbals. The snare is pretty good, and its volume isn't really too quiet, and it's not too loud either. You almost got the 10, mainly because the bass drum isn't too big of an issue, but when I noticed the the bad sound in the second guitar (non melodic or harmonic guitar), I just though "oh dear..." and left it at that. Also, the loop to it could be a little bit smoother, although it was fine. The start is just too-sudden.

Well then, how's THAT for an in-depth review? I felt like going into detail. I was in a detailed mood for this review xD

Your pal,

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rtnario responds:

Okay, let's give this review a reply! XD First off, I don't know who that person is, and searching a bit online made me see that he's related to...Sonic games? Here we go again with the bass LOL I have like, a whole set of songs here that have the exact same settings, because I made a uniform template for all my songs to use for a set period of time. So the bass, as you have mentioned so many times before, never changed in volume really XD Now that you mention it, I guess my compression wasn't exactly tweaked for everything so the kick drum does sound kinda small. Yeah, I liked working on the bass of this song since the original had a pretty good dynamic line instead of the usual background a bass is supposed to provide. And yes, I agree completely with the 5-note thing XDDD However, I cannot spot that bad sound that you're referring to because all of these notes are melodically sound, at least the way I hear it. I think I make my cymbals too noticeable or too...high-pitched and high frequency, so they sound pretty different from the standard. Oh well, thanks again for the in-depth review, and too bad I still don't have that 10. One of these days...XD

Thank you so much for your continued and noticeably significant support man!