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7.2 MB
3 min 9 sec
4.33 / 5.00

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Rated 4.33 / 5 stars
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908 Plays | 60 Downloads
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Metal, Rock - Heavy Metal

Author Comments

Ok, i play the instruments, except the drums which i program in fruity loops. I wish i could say what my influences are for this song but i really have no idea. Maybe some Saxon made it in here, hell, it beats me.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Man I love this track - I've been listening to it quite a lot today.
The subtle synth/keys is a pretty nice touch, definitly adds some atmosphere. As always, some badass GraveDigger riffs and a pretty hypnotic composition. All the instruments sounds good, the bass seems a little low though, but it can be heard - it might also just be my headphones.

Mordamir sounds like a pretty badass person/place.

All my fives!

GraveDigger87 responds:

Thanks man! I was wondering if anyone would notice the keyboard if i didn't mention it in the commentary, so that's awesome.

I was thinking Mordamir is a wizard that has become trapped under his own spells and his reach is sort of his attempt to defeat/overcome himself and his own doings. But seen as how it's an instrumental song it's open to people seeing it however they want. Actually the name Mordamir comes from a video game called "The Immortal" (1991) in which he is trapped in a labyrinth and you have to rescue him. However i never really got to play the game because i can't get the controls working properly. So that has definitely had an influence on the title but i had the music all finished before i started thinking about the title, i just thought it suited the music. Haha, rant over.

Thanks for the review man!