Silverbond

Silverbond

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The most ancestral love story there is

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Silverbond

Rules the sky with mighty hands but is fair as the sea

Riding across the night, see her smile

Opening reaching to you filling your mind with dreams....

- "Watch her glor from afar or you risk to lose your heart" - he was warned but never cared, no way to stop him, felt his soul:

Opening reaching to her filling her mind with dreams, blending, becoming one in the craddle of stars and love

"through death and waning, through silence and loss"

Still we dance, still we love, silverbond forever

Ah

Rules the sky with mighty hands but is fair as the sea

Riding across the night, see her smile

Opening reaching to her filling her mind with dreams, blending, becoming one in the craddle of stars and love



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Comments

kahlo's picture

This has such a powerful orchestral and compelling anthemic sound. The instrumentation is fantastic and your vocals are amazing! I love your use of phrasing and dynamics. Brilliantly done!

billwhite51's picture

i feel like celebrating this new incarnation of wagners mighty spirit

coolparadiso's picture

I was going to say more trad, then i hit the middle section and away we went! Powerful again.

wacha's picture

I love the big, cinematic feel to this.

Candle's picture

I must sadly submit the fact that the word "epic" pales in its attempt to describe this song.

Wow.

The instrumentation, the vocals (of course), the movements - just phenomenal. This is powerful and moving. You've built an emotional wave that washes over the listener & the experiænce touches the soul. I'm not sure what carries more of the emotion: the vocals or the instrumentation.

Well done my friend! You've set the bar high Biggrin

See You In The Shadows…

cts's picture

The word that comes to mind is epic. And then another word - sweeping. That is what you have here: a sweeping epic.

headfirstonly's picture

Always a pleasure to hear your productions here, sir. Nobody else here is doing anything like this. Gothic pomp rock? When Bill mentioned Wagner just now, I know where he's coming from, and he's right.

Spazsquatch's picture

So interesting. I don't listen to much metal these days, but Candlemass' Nightfall was in regular rotation in my 80's teen years. Picking up some very similar vibes here.

jeustan's picture

That was a rush. So lovely and intricate.

Fuzzy's picture

Those ominous strings set the tone right off the bat.
I love how the vocals constantly clash against the epic music.
Wow, I'm so happy that you've figured out how to bring your visions to life musically!
I'm totally loving your approach to music.
You certainly have your own unique style.
Excellent work for sure.

Joanne Gabriel's picture

That lush intro is SO romantic! And then those drums and the big, epic development... So good.
The contrast between the soft, mellow elements and the noisier ones is exquisite. Part of the arrangements are cuddly, the rest irremediably uplifting. It's like I'm listening to the soundtrack of some wonderful heroic drama, at that moment when the director wants the audience to have goosebumps and cry - and it works.
Your voice is glorious, tender, poignant. Another amazing piece from the master of symphonic metal darkwave.

HelioSonorouS's picture

Awesome track, great vocals and the build up with drums works so well.