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TC315 - Thunderstorm

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Nov 11, 2009 | 5:13 PM EST
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Song
7.3 MB
7 min 40 sec
Score
3.93 / 5.00

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Rated 3.93 / 5 stars
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995 Plays | 47 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Heavy Metal
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Author Comments

So, yeah. I'm back. With another symphonic metal song. That's ridiculously long. A long song. Heh. Rhyme.

Here's the plot for your listening pleasure.

ACT I - In the Belly of the Beast
0:07 Intro I (Encountered a storm)
0:31 Intro II ("In the Belly of the Beast")
0:56 Verse 1 (Crew takes cover)
1:23 Refrain 1 (We'll get out of this alive)
1:43 Continuation (Something's been sighted by a crewman)
2:08 Verse 2 (It looks like a...)
2:35 Refrain 2 (...rouge wave!)
2:53 Keyboard Shred (It's coming this way!)
3:02 Guitar Shred (It's hit the ship!)
3:11 (Silence.)

ACT II - Survivors
3:20 Intro I (Waking up in a daze)
3:27 Intro II ("Survivors")
3:37 Complex Chug-a-lug (Getting bearings)
3:54 Echoey Riff (Looking for survivors)
4:03 (Found one.)
4:13 (Found another one.)
4:23 (Found two more.)
4:32 (And here's yet another.)
4:44 'Nother groove (Okay, let's find a way out of here.)
5:08 (What's that?)
5:13 Melodic Solo (An escape hatch!)
5:32 (Forcing it open)
5:37 (Out on top of the sinking ship)

ACT III - Hope on the Horizon
5:49 Intro I (There's something on the horizon!)
5:53 Intro II ("Hope on the Horizon")
6:11 Second Melodic Solo (What is that thing?)
6:20 Second Guitar Shred (A rescue helicopter!)
6:29 Second Keyboard Shred (It's headed for us!)
6:46 Third Guitar Shred (Boarding the helicopter)
6:56 Dual Solo (Taking off)
7:08 Refrain 3 (Returning home)

Zero-bomb away. Not before leaving a review though. It's not that hard.

Reviews


Number7evenNumber7even

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Best track yet!

I'm not sure why, but I immediately thought of castlevania while listening to this track. It's probably due to the songs' incredible story like progression. Beautiful harmonies and driving force fuse together to unlock the imagination of the listener.
I could nit pick, but it simply isn't necessary. You've taken that synth guitar, experimented the hell out of it, and have nailed the same expressiveness that came alive in NES and SNES games back in the day. Bravo, sir! 10



sandstorm049sandstorm049

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow

It did sorta kick Dragon Commander v1.5's ass...lol


TheCommander315 responds:

Mission accomplished.


RPGShadowRPGShadow

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I was hypnotized

I couldn't stop listening until my little bro screamed at me. thats how good it was