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2 min 3 sec
4.27 / 5.00

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yeah, a new submission, i hope you like it



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I heard this first while playing Pandemic: EoM and I fell in love with it almost immediately. I was glad it was a NG artist that did it so that I might attain it easily. In an age filled with techno and punk it's very refreshing to find something easy on the ears. Thanks much for this piece, and keep up the good work.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Thank you for 2 things. 1, giving me a great song to listen to and putting in some amazing effort to make it as good as it is now.

Its a wonderful dreamscape feeling, a sort of medieval presence to an epic event. An amazing peice and I'll be looking into your future work.

Keep it up!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Wow, now that's a good piece! This is what I call skilfully composed. The song brought gothic cathedral and angel choir in midst of Medieval times into my mind. I can't possibly find anything bad to say from this one, it is unbelievable, a masterpiece I might say. Keep up the good work!

medieval7 responds:

Many thanks to you man!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

A song of the epic level.

This song is brilliant in so many ways. Throughout the entire song it has a remorseful feeling in it. It sounds like the perfect music to represent desolation. Great stuff, definitely a favourite.

medieval7 responds:

Thank you, it´s one of my favourites too


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Ah, very good. I like the peaceful feeling of it. It fits really well for a major catastrophe aftermath scene with the emotional and peaceful sound of mixed instruments in the music.

When I close my eyes and listen to this, I think of two men and a pack donkey traveling through ruins of a city during winter.

This piece of work is an example of why God has granted us the gift of music. Very peaceful, very emotional, very beautiful.

Good job.

medieval7 responds:

Thank you man