Faith in Motion

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There is no negativity whatsoever toward Islam or the middle East contained within this song. Other than the afore mentioned statement you may interpret this song any way you want. As per usual, this song was made 100% by me, all vocals are me.

The simplest and easiest way to interpret the meaning here is, "anti-war." It is, in fact, much deeper than that, exploring the psychological aspects of warring with a foreign nation, the force that is generated through intimidation and the will to fight for faith in something.

Instruments used: Sanshin, voice
DAWs: Fruity Loops 9, Audacity

Lyrics: In spite of torture and denial we will soldier on, fists held high above.
From death do we wake, till death do us part. Have we waited for no one?



Man, I'm so torn between whether or not I enjoy your vocals :P This song was definitely enjoyable. Some other tracks not so much. Anyways, great stuff! Very impressive! Keep it up!


I think industrial is the genre you're looking for.

I like the deeper meaning to this track, I can easily hear it while listening to it. Love your use of vocal samples, and the dirty rhythmics with some nice synths. The ambient noises are also real good.

The eerie mood I get probably fits what you were going for. The track is a rather dirty one, which helps in delivering the message you want to bring forth. Really liked the ending too, but I expected a bit more to come after that last vocal sample.

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Rahmemhotep responds:

Really, it's post industrial and that's why it's under misc.

Really, now? You thought there'd be more? Huh, I thought it was the perfect time to end it.

Thanks for the review!


And that's cool, cause I really dig stuff like that :P...

This submission is pretty cool, and also very creepy x.x
The vocal work in this is pretty dope, and the instrumentation is very unique.

The transitions in this song aren't quite as smooth and chilling as the instruments themselves though, maybe work some kind of drums into this and echo effects to help bridge a transition together?

Just an idea :P

Great Effort!
~Dj Sonik
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Rahmemhotep responds:

Well, the sudden halting and commencement of the different parts was intentional.

Bullets fly fast, but thoughts fly faster.


Sounds kind of like an industrial piece with the sound of machines being used a lot here and it kind of reminds me of the song Reptile by Nine Inch Nails as well too. Very interesting though, strange but still highly interesting to listen to I think. Not too bad for a strange piece of work like this. Also kind of makes me think of Silent Hill or Resident Evil too.

The synth slowly comes on and makes you feel weird for the most part though, it gives such strange visions as the beat marches forth and you hear vocals that make you think many people are being forced to work as well. The bass is not really heard but the drums just sound so weird to me too.

Overall, very interesting and bizarre piece.

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Rahmemhotep responds:

Well actually, I'm making another mix of this to be some boss music for Silent Hill: Rebirth, haha.

Thanks for the review!

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Credits & Info


4.15 / 5.00

Aug 26, 2011
8:33 PM EDT
File Info
3.6 MB
3 min 59 sec

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