_-=[Basking in Dead Light]=-_

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Standing around the dead, the moon, his only source of light, showing him the destruction


This was great! I am amazed!

It was great, thanks for the joy of hearing that peice of music!

This is probably your best, in my opinion

I really like the usage of all the instruments, and the fusion between the percussion's techno-esque beats, and the rest of the ensemble's classical tones.
I left a review just in case you read this, I'm trying to do a student CG film in Alias|Wavefront's Maya using this song. If you have any concerns or would like me not to, e-mail me at Verimuscordis@aim.com.

MaestroSorrow responds:

of course, I have no problem with you using the song, I would like to see it after it is completed ^^.

Now that is pretty strange, many people have told me that this song was one of my worst. I am glad it has found a pair of ears that enjoy it to this degree.

Thanks for the review TengokuxJigoku ^^.

perfection is not far off.

i can easily see a story unfold whenever your music sounds in my ears. a young man looks upon the grave of his father and then when the tempo increases the young man realizes that he must not repeat the mistakes of his father. inspiring in the least.

MaestroSorrow responds:

Hmmm, an interesting tale, because you are a writer also, I would like to share the image I had in my mind while I wrote this song.

The demon stood in the battle field, and looked upon the dead, many friends, many enemies, all mingled in the pool of fluids that once sustained them.

He sneers at their death, their pain, all of which passed him completely. He grins, stares at the heavens... and begins to dance. He laughs, and he is thrilled to life to fight another day. He throws his blade into the ground, and begins to run away. Not fleeing, but running, there was no more fight left here, only destruction, and destruction without pain, was no home for a demon.

Thanks for the review ^^.


God dammit, you own. I'm running out of words of praise. But this piece is most exquisite.

MaestroSorrow responds:

Thank you, this one was a strange piece, its history quite unique from the others, but the end result was still neat.

Thank you for the review ^^.


Nothing more to say, well i liked it...Spectacular! keep the miracular job up!

MaestroSorrow responds:

Will do good sir, the same goes for you ;).

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Credits & Info

4.04 / 5.00

Mar 26, 2006
8:01 PM EST
File Info
1.3 MB
1 min 26 sec

Licensing Terms

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