Wrath of the Wyverns

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This is another collaboration between me (Deimosian) and Halindir (aka. Vaniardur). So the title is "Deimosian/Vaniardur - Wrath of the Wyverns".

Halindir made the synth line. I played the guitar and bass and programmed the drums.

I know some of my influences for this song, I just speak for myself here; a band called "Anti" from Germany, the legendary "Darkthrone", "Triptykon" and "Celtic Frost", and "Lake of Tears" from Sweden. So I have some black metal, some doom metal, and some gothic metal influences. I'm not sure if I would go so far as to call this song doom metal, it is certainly the most doomy song I've been a part of. Maybe it's doom metal, I don't know.


Great song! It sounds like Black Sabbath's "Behind the Wall of Sleep" from their 1970 debut record. I enjoy a variety of music so I'll have to check out Anti, Darkthrone, Triptykon, and Lake of Tears because I've never heard of them. I do know Celtic Frost and I like metal, honestly they aren't my favorite :/

What other heavy metal bands do you like and what other genres of music do you like besides metal?

I i like rock, metal, classical, opera, jazz, R&B, soul, funk, rap, reggae, ska, country and a little bit of electronica

Here are my top fav black metal, gothic and doom metal bands. Do you know any of them?

1. Christian Death
2. Bahaus
3. Siouxsie and the Banshees
4. Mercyful Fate
5. Scum
6. Bathory
7. Venom
8. Hellhammer
9. Danzig
10. Goatwhore
11. Samhain

GraveDigger87 responds:

Of the bands in your list there I'm into Mercyful Fate, Bathory, Venom, and Hellhammer. For the most part I just like metal. I do enjoy some classical and dungeon synth sometimes. And I of course like the music my friend who worked on this song with me makes. He makes a variety of music; he does some folk in a project called Halindir, some electronic experimental stuff in a project called Buubdurub, and some heavy metal in a project called Vaniardur. So between the two of us there is probably quite a variety of stuff influencing this song.

Triptykon is the band Tom G Warrior of Celtic Frost formed after he disbanded Celtic Frost. The last Celtic Frost album "Monotheist" and Triptykon are very similar. Celtic Frost has a lot of different stuff in their discography; for this song I was thinking more of that last album. I think you can see Celtic Frost's final era and Triptykon as one unit; it's Tom G Warrior doing the same thing but working with different musicians. So I'm considering it as one influence.

Anti did a split album called "Gott In Uns" and contributed one long song called "Beatam Mortem Expectans" which I think is an absolutely beautiful piece of art. As far as I know that is the last thing they recorded and I think they reached their peak with that song. Highly recommended if you like the feel of our song here.

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4.06 / 5.00

Jul 29, 2014
7:39 PM EDT
Heavy Metal
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9.5 MB
4 min 9 sec

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