Damned Night

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Night is upon us, vicious beasts emerge from the deep dark forests and head into the broken down cities.

A man with a leather coat decides to have at it once more and start taking on a challenge which only seems impossible to conquer.


I'm imagining a creature called Equinox that uses moonlight to create a miniature Sun that he absorbs into his iris...he then proceeds to blast rapid solar flares at you, like radioactive lashes that spawn light flashes upon searing the space of oxygen it contacts! Upon your defeat, with it's right hand, it gives respect to the Greek God Helios, and with the left, praise to the Greek God Morpheus. Tremble upon a structure that wants nothing more than to deify itself through Earthly conquest. With the Earth under it's control, shall it laser through the Earth's armor, and harvest enough heat energy to move the moon to eclipse the Earth into total darkness. He will then summon Morpheus to serve the populous an eternal slumber, while fighting for deification against Helios and his Sun, versus Equinox and his moon.

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DanJohansen responds:

That is one epic description of doom from hell with a touch of laser penetrating power my friend! Glad you dig it, it was a blast to make and a blast to see you get such vivid imagery out of it. Sweetness! ROCK ON!

I love the vibe I'm getting from the song. I can imagine it being a final boss fight song. Pretty good!

DanJohansen responds:

Would be cool to see it accompanied such a fight for sure! Thanks!

Great piece! =D

DanJohansen responds:

Thanks again! Rock on!

Another badass tune! First off, I want to start off by saying great friggin' work with the complex timing in the beginning! It's really easy to start peeling with the timing in those cases though you managed to hold it together very well without losing it. The synth sometimes overpowers at higher pitches which really battle with the guitar in a strange way. It's most likely because of its swelling effect that leaves the highest point of swelling fighting the held note of the guitar. Other than that, awesome work!

DanJohansen responds:

Thanks dude, awesome review. I usually only do prog when I feel it would really fit, I don't often do a lot of crazy timings due to it often coming off as ''oooh look here, now it's changing time just for the sake of it''.

Rock on good sir!

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4.31 / 5.00

Aug 28, 2015
3:01 AM EDT
Heavy Metal
File Info
9.3 MB
4 min 4 sec

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