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_-={The Desire to Destroy}=-_

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A punishing aura of destruction intention of killing alone. Such is the way of the lost...



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Indiana Jones?!

lol first part is kinda IndianaJones feature XD
@GodsRightHandMan, ur totally right, this guy is awesome, he should make a REAL cd =P im sure ppl go love it

keep up this good crap man


Rated 5 / 5 stars

The best song

I Lowe this song xD Hardcore !


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Holy Ballz

Ok this dude is one of my favorite guys on this Audio Portal. He is a beast on what ever he uses. I listen to this stuff all day. I listen to this when i play Halo, Gears, and any other game. But all-in-all this dude is straight insane!
God loves you too ... i would know

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Very hardcore, for a loop, it's really good. Shows boldness, especially to a life or death sequence. Great work on it.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

An epic duel

The gladiator knew his fate long ago when he was captured as a slave, taken from his wife and family, today he planned to end it. He walked into the arena and kneeled down at his opponents feet, begging for death. His opponent would not do so, for it was dishonerable to kill a weakling. The amn rose to his feet then, striking out at the man. The crowd cheered as the battle raged on, the galdiator eventually killing his opponent with a thrust to the heart. the man walked from the arena back to his quarters, a cold look on his face. He had won, but his wish had not been granted, he wished to die in battle, such was the way of the warrior.