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Darkness In Me (Symphonic

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10.1 MB
4 min 26 sec
4.23 / 5.00

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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 January 26, 2011


I can see myself listening to this all the freaking time. keep up the good work!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 28, 2011

Loves it! cept for da vocals...

Im giving it a 9 for the music but like... DaLucster72 said it would be nice without vocals...


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 30, 2011

Very awesome!

I've never been a fan of screaming, but the music for this song is brilliant. Your additions give this song a Nightwish feel and it's just amazing. I do agree with Meteordragon01 where I'd like to see a version without the vocals.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 30, 2011

I like this!

This song although melodical, has that very important element that really makes it good. That element of course is the slight contrast between the 'heavy' parts and the 'light' parts. The heavy being the drums and voice, and the light being the celestial chords in the background.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 29, 2011

Quite good.

This is one of the best music pieces on Newgrounds I've heard.
The opening was catchy, then it really ramped up from there ;)
But, like other people have said, it would be better without the vocals, as a soundtrack.
Good job though.