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Date
06/22/2013
File Info
Song
14.7 MB
6 min 25 sec
Score
4.50 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.50 / 5 stars
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1,375 Plays | 123 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - General Rock
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Author Comments

Original composition by Buoy
Orchestral interlude remade by Step

Reviews


ChemiqalsChemiqals

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 30, 2013

Yep, there's nothing you can't do.



ArkezArkez

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 31, 2013

Amazing song, your the only person i still follow on newgrounds your songs are just so unique i need to come back for more. This is definitely one of your best songs, right up there with Solace. Keep up the good work mate your amazing!



WarmanSteveWarmanSteve

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 25, 2013

Keep 'em coming, love your stuff :D



ForgottenDawnForgottenDawn

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 22, 2013

Quite the predictable piece, stretching for a whopping 6 and something short of a half minutes in what you probably envisioned as a guitar heaven backed by an orchestra. Well, the atmosphere is definitely spot-on with very few minor issues related to the mastering, like from 1:20 to around 1:40 where the guitar layering creates a somewhat dissonant mess and during the ending, where the same thing occurs again with different instruments. My favorite part has to be around 4:10 where the guitar merges with the background ambiance, creating a solid, dreaming texture you can't - sadly - otherwise find in the rest of the composition. Instead, you chose to grip yourselves tight to that same chord progression for 6 minutes (I expected Zorro to appear at any moment soon), and a somewhat dynamically flat orchestra that tries very hard to keep the song fresh while still being a valuable asset to the very structure of the track. The guitars, while having their moment of glory here and there, eventually suffer from over repetitiveness and honestly offer a soundscape that is radio hit quality, adding nothing particularly relevant or new to the big cauldron of musical expression.
In conclusion, it needs more cowbell.
//FD



DeracosDeracos

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 22, 2013

Awesome work!!