What happens when you bring together some of the best talents that the community has ever seen..? Absolute greatness! Part of Vylet’s concept album Homeward, this treat switches genres faster than Rainbow Dash can clear the sky! With PrinceWhateverer delivering pure Hard Rock bliss, Omnipony blowing us all away again with these wubs, Namii providing state-of-the-art vocals, and Vylet presenting us more of her art and story, Danger Close has much in store for you!
Brownie has an incredible talent for metalcore composition, and this cover of the Smile Song is a great example of his range. Starting out in more of a pop-punk style to match the lightness of the original song, Brownie transitions into metal while playing impressively technical guitar riffs over fast, moving drums. The track features a fantastic metalcore breakdown before bringing all of the styles together for the big finish. Brownie went all out to even make a music video featuring his many play-styles with great effects and humorous scenes.
As Nightmare Night draws near, it’s time to ROCK!! Quicksilver made such a high-energy and powerful theme for Flutterbat with much love, and you can just feel all that power as the mighty guitar riffs entrance you! It’s so easy to let yourself go and partake in the emotion from the music, in total freedom. Lead guitar, rythm guitar, bass guitar, and drums all create such a perfect harmony through the progression of this track, and it’s just pure bliss! Let us rock forever!!
After returning to pony music, Quicksilver has been extremely active with both originals and some great covers, like this one! The vocals are the original ones, but Quicksilver’s guitar tones are as killer as ever and the percussion in the second verse is incredibly fresh. The video includes footage from this past BronyCon, very fitting of the original theme of the song! Take a listen if you’re into all-around solid show song covers.
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!
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!
I think the movie’s just about out everywhere now…best to still give it some time though. Post is below as usual with these!
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!!
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.