_-={The Desire to Destroy}=-_

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A punishing aura of destruction intention of killing alone. Such is the way of the lost...


A moving piece!

I say "moving" in the sense that it really strikes the nerves and gets you drumming your feet or your fingers as you listen to it. I actually got goosebumps as I listened to this; it sounded like tension building higher and higher with a sudden, well-placed 'pause' at 00:38. In Dark Cut 2, it fit the level it was placed in to a tee.

10/10, 5 in the Portal.

MaestroRage responds:

Dark Cut 2 was indeed quite a marvelous game, and though the song fit it well, we mustn't forget that it was the visuals that really brought out the songs power :D! At least in my opinion.

The tensive energy you feel was exactly what I was hoping to achieve. This track was originally made for a tribal boss fight for Castle Crashers. And of course, tense energy was an absolute must for it.

In any case, thank you for the review, i'm glad you liked it!


Great job... I love this kind of music.

I have a few tracks similar to it, check out Onision.com --- if you have the time to give some wise-feedback. Awesome job.

MaestroRage responds:

hey Onision, sorry for the late response!

I will check out the website soon, and give you some feedback! Thank you for the review, i'm glad you liked it!


I love your classical songs about horror and warfare... hope you keep it up!!

MaestroRage responds:

Horror and Warfare is where epic lies, unless it's epic sadness, which lies somewhere else! I'll try to keep up the work!

Thank you for the review, i'm glad you liked it!

hey man...

Maestro ive been on just surfing through your songs today because there was nothing better to do, but this song it just gives you the feeling for something evil so i made another story.

The man walked into the inn holding the heads of the dead adventurers and dropped them on the ground. he mumbled some strange words,"Kist'raak!" and the place was caught ablaze. "Where's your precious heroes now!? I'll tell you where they are...DEAD!" He then did the classic evil laugh and walked out leaving everyone to burn...

As usual another great piece from you

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MaestroRage responds:

The song was indeed meant to depict a powerful enemy, so your story rings very true in that sense :D! To shower the townsfolk with the heads of their heroes before burning them all... brilliant.

Thank you for the story and the review, i'm glad you liked it!

Once again...

you create an epic, beautiful piece of music. No less is what I expect, maestro!

on an unrelated note, I just submitted an audio, it's not original, it's a cover, but I would love for such an expert to give his opinion!

Keep up the great work!

MaestroRage responds:

hey Bukkarooo. Reviewed your piece, I quite liked it! Thanks for sharing, welcome to the portal!

And I hope you don't start expecting too much, because I plan to eventually make a song so epic, so wondrous, that nobody will enjoy it! I shall call it, epic fail!


Thank you for the review, i'm glad you liked it!

Also I don't plan on making Epic Fail, it would kill me...

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4.10 / 5.00

Jul 26, 2007
8:59 PM EDT
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981.3 KB
1 min 3 sec

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