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- 4 min 20 sec
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This piece was influenced by the soundtrack to Visceral Games' Dante's Inferno, written by Garry Schyman. It loosely represents the idea of a coming war between earth and hell, and a hero rising up and conquering the day for humanity.
I tried to make the main bulk of the song dark, eery, and brooding. Yet I wanted to create a sort of forced march atmosphere with the percussion to represent the minions of Hell marching toward earth en mass.
The final section of the piece signifies the hero conquering the minions of Hell against all odds. So I tried to make it more uplifting, heroic, and epic in tone.
I hope you enjoy this because a lot of hard work went into it.