Our Final Hours

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I was inspired by a song featured in Zelda: Majora's Mask called "Last End", and I desired to make my own composition based off of it. It's a mix of epic and melancholy, usable for last battle scenes or moments of uprising in movies, animated shorts, or other visual media. I hope you enjoy it! Please review! Review! Review! I'd greatly appreciate it! Thanks again, listeners! =]

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First let me say Ow harada, and 2nd, this is a good song, I do feel like a guy in clock town just waiting to be pulveriazed by a giant moon with a petofile looking face.


Seriously, this is an amazing piece. You took the nostalgic dread of impending doom and pulled its spine out through its own face, then wrapped the spine around the impending doom's throat and strangled what life was left out of it until there was nothing left. In short.... wait, nevermind. It's 2:31 for me. I'm starting to see things. Sorry about that.

Anyway, fantastic job on this. I honestly can't find anything wrong, and I am one hell of a critic when it comes to cover-songs.

Godknown responds:

I feel honored. Thank you very much! =]

Makes me want to play Majora's Mask again.

That game rocked.
Your music was pretty great, too.

i like it

Its very good. But for some odd reson it made me dizzy. (maybe it had to do with the 2:30 in the morning thing)

My opinions

The song is a little too slow at parts. I think you coulda put more instrumental content instead of just ambient synth. I really like the lead into the pickup part around 1:50, and when it gets going I love the ambient drums and echoing synth. So my main problem in short is I wish it would get more intense for some parts at least. Other than that, I really liked this idea for a song and it turned out pretty good.

Credits & Info


4.57 / 5.00

Mar 20, 2009
1:33 AM EDT
File Info
7.4 MB
4 min 2 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.