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Jul 18, 2014 | 4:54 PM EDT
File Info
Song
11.7 MB
5 min 6 sec
Score
4.61 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.61 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
856 Plays | 31 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Heavy Metal
Tags:
metal
boss
instrumental
prog

Author Comments

Heavily inspired by Dream Theater, Symphony X, Ayreon, Pink Floyd, Rush etc. The piece was made in couple of months finding the right composition, theme and structure.

The song is very varying, so a lot of information is presented. I thinks that is needed for a instrumental due to lack of vocals.

This song could be used as a boss fight song.

That said, I hope you guys like it. Cheers.

Reviews


RobertsVRobertsV

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like atmosphere in this. However,this didnt too much reminded me of dream theater,but not bad,obviously. Nice work!



VoltusVoltus

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I could definitely imagine this in a videogame. It would fit in a castlevania type setting or something.

Mixing wise your sounds seem neatly put together, everything has its place in the frequency spectrum, sounds relatively professional and so on. The song has a nice overall tone, it gives of a good aggressive, actiony vibe and I like that. You also have nice variation in the middle and the surprising ending funnily enough didn't bother me at all, it fits right in. The Arpeggio might be a little to much in the mid part around 1:15 but i gues thats just taste.
Comercially howerver, this song might be a bit too much. It doen't have that catchy thing those kind of songs have, be it a specific reocurring melody or riff.

So overall a really good and IMHO very good put together song, which just needs that one moment for the listener so say oh "WOW I LOVE THAT PART", the sparkle. Unfortunately I can't describe exactely to you what that part would be.

Very good song nonetheless, Rock on!

4/5



RealFactionRealFaction

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not bad, reminds me of Dream Theater definitely. However, I feel it's a bit too all over the place and isn't as catchy as one would hope, but definitely good. I agree with Spadezer. Nice work.



SpadezerSpadezer

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This guy is a big fan of rock organs!! I'll try to give you a good review, but we'll see how I do

This is a good piece of solid work. It feels good to listen to and all of the rhythms and instruments work well together. I do like how you balance the simple really feel good moments (0:56) with the super complex bits (01:10) and with your low key parts (02:07). If I'm right, I think you even slow down the tempo there, nice touch.

I do, however, have a couple minor complaints. when you go complex sometimes I feel like the music turns into BWABWABLAHBLAHBLAHBLHBLHBLHBLHBLB YEAH, but you offset that with some really good composed musical sections. I feel like the rock organ could have used a couple of it's own harmonies while it played.

Otherwise, added to favorites, I gave you a 5 to help your score a bit, and a solid 4 out of 5. Good shredding.