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Ponysphere & Secret Metal – She’s all mine | Hard Rock

Warning: Some swearing and implied violence in this track!

Taking influence from early, violent fanfics, She’s All Mine is a great piece of hard rock fan music. Achieving a very classic rock sound via the late 70s and early 80s, Ponysphere provides the instrumentation that drives the track in combination with Secret Metal’s vocals that bring it home. Add in a solid percussive beat and some old-school guitar solos and you’ve got well executed, rare, hard rock gem!

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PrinceWhateverer – Stronger (feat. Sable Symphony) | Metal

Prince Whateverer brings the energy in this exciting track! Utilizing his trademark distortion guitars and an epic chorus lead, Whateverer sings about inner strength and overcoming powerful evil while Sable Symphony provides excellent vocal harmonies. These two very talented musicians are no strangers to working with each other and that experience shows in this incredibly solid, fun rock track!

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BroniKoni – M. M. D. W. | Alternative Rock

This is my jam!! Pony band BroniKoni presents us the first track from their upcoming album “Friendship Express”, and it’s about the hero-in-the-night figure of Mare Do Well! Fitting to the theme so well with very thieves-y, blissful and catchy flute melodies, the track also features delightful aggressive guitar riffs and tasty drums play, as well as eloquent vocals and cool lyrics, making this track an all-time masterpiece and an almighty tribute to Mare Do Well! The awesome visuals are further contributing to blow us away with an utterly cool Mare Do Well with a flowing cape in the night, and well-executed searchlights, to give the perfect visual accompaniment to the song! Mad props to everypony involved!!

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Sable Symphony – Soar | Post-Hardcore

As a nostalgic nod to early community songs made toward the moving setting of Scootaloo’s character, Sable Symphony composed a much enjoyable tribute to the not-so-young anymore filly in his own style. Going for a heavy and fitting Post-Hardcore direction, the musician also graces the song with both soft and harsh vocals, bringing out the concept and the lyrics with much energy and beauty.

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PrinceWhateverer – Yūgure no Kagayaki (feat. Sable Symphony) | Rock / Metal

Inspired by shonen anime OP/opening songs, the unstoppable PrinceWhateverer teamed up with Sable Symphony once more for a rocking collab. Imbued with a concept written in the description, the song definitely gives much energetic anime vibes, the kind of spirit that makes you confident that you’ll be able to save the world with your friends, through Prince’s vocals and instrumental as well as Sable’s backing vocals that all do wonders.

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UCDP Brony – Luna’s Cake (feat. Arthur Raulin) | Progressive Rock

UCDP Brony’s latest track happens to be about Luna and some Cake! A fantastic song all around featuring quality drum work and radical guitar riffs. The song also includes a great guitar solo from Arthur Raulin. With inspirations from the likes of Dream Theater and 4/3 de Trio, UCDP Brony has created a wonderful track with a cute story! UCDP Brony produced this song for the French Pony Music Awards 2017.

 

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Sable Symphony – Do I Deserve Your Forgiveness? | Rock

Sable Symphony has given us an amazing Rock track. In complete honesty, I am pretty stunned at how good this is. I personally love guitar plays like these. Together with very hard hitting Lyrics which I myself can very appreciate. It’s good to see Diamond Tiara getting some attention for once. This song shows that Bullies have feelings too, and that Villains are just victims whose stories haven’t been told. So just like Sable, she deserves some Respect and love. And of course, Forgiveness. Because there is no love without forgiveness, and no forgiveness without love. ❤

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Quicksilver – Malefactor | Punk Rock

The opener track of a new EP from Quicksilver dropping this weekend, Malefactor has a resolutely Punk theme conducted masterfully in a Punk Rock arrangement not lacking of Hard Rock vibes. A musical homage to Gilda’s point of view in her debut episode Griffon the Brush Off from S1, the song definitely expresses her feelings with force using the power of rock music and it is such a delight!