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Darkness In Me (Symphonic

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10.1 MB
4 min 26 sec
4.24 / 5.00

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Author Comments

A symphonic layering made to the track "Darkness In Me" by my friends band Closer.

Made as a tribute to an incredible band and a great bunch of guys.

Vocals: Andreas Melberg
Lead Guitars: Per Bergquist
Rythm Guitars: Jonas Skoog
Bass Guitars: Björn Ahlqvist
Drums & Percussion: Tobias Persson

and Symphonics and Orchestrals added by me.


Original track: tch?v=H4YB1PVNNdw

Edit: Fixed the bass guitar credit.

Edit 2: Hey, weekly #1. Thanks alot, computer overmind.

Final Edit: Just wanted to squeeze in the Closer myspace and facebook pages for y'all even though they're inactive at this time. Credits are credits though ;D /10367416719



Rated 5 / 5 stars

epic win.

tital sais it all, keep it up.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

pretty good

ive heard haeder than this but still pretty good


Rated 5 / 5 stars

damn crazy

in a very heavy metal way. the one thing about the song didnt like was this.... i didnt have my i-pod cord to download this. sounds great, titles great, this is greatness.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


the first part of this sounded like it was from a game other than that it great


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

not normally into "metal"

But the Guitar riffs and melody drew me in! The Screaming i could do there a purely Instrumental Version?

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Lashmush responds:

I simply worked in the symphonics on a finished MP3 of their track. If I had the master tracks, sure. But without the vocals the original ensemble is disturbed and the track will lose a lot of its original feel which basically renders my symphonics moot. :c

Thanks for the review.