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AndNoOneDriving – Wind to the Wing | Post Rock

Being inspired by Post Rock gigs at a pony convention, and several pony themes, AndNoOneDriving wrote amazing and meaningful Post Rock tracks of his own and this is the first of them! Paying tribute to Scootaloo’s very relatable character depth and feelings (for me too), Wind to the Wing is an incredible progressive piece featuring both soft parts of blissful guitar melodies, and heavier parts expressing feelings with the power of rock music! The bass play is delightful as well and perhaps it’s no coincidence given that “Scootabass” Scootaloo is often portrayed playing a bass guitar in fanarts. Wind to the Wing is definitely a masterpiece, to enjoy over and over again!

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Elias Frost – Acadeca (Covering Daniel Ingram) | Metal

YOOOOOO I love this ELIAS AAAAAAAAAAAAA MY HOMEY THIS IS THE SHIT RIGHT HERE MAN! ❤ LOVE IT!!! Seriously, we got nothing on your awesome cover and guitar work bro. You remind me alot of System of a Down. You collabing with Serj Tankian would be be really cool! EQG’s Nothing on us was indeed a nice song to cover and I think that its really well done! I love your guitar play btw. Its something I always love seeing return in the fandom yknow. ❤ everybody show some love man! Elias keep it up homey we love you.

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Sable Symphony – When Dawn Turns to Dusk | Progressive Metal

I’m honestly more and more impressed every time Sable puts out a new song. They’re constantly improving on their technical skill when it comes to recording and mixing songs – everything sounds so clear, and I’ve not even started on the performance itself! I love slightly more complex time signatures and all that jazz, so I was hooked from the intro. It was a pleasant surprise to see that Luck Rock wrote the lyrics to this – the combo of Luck’s writing and Sable’s performance was something I never anticipated but works so well!

Funny thing is, I’m not even a particularly big metal fan, I just enjoyed this so much! 👏👏👏

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Osoch – Blast! | Metal

This song is so much fun to listen to! Based off of the new toy Hasbro revealed that has gained a lot of popularity, Osoch wrote this driving instrumental track that makes you feel like you are taking off on a rocket with Starlight and Trixie. With an accelerated tempo, crispy, crunchy guitars, and a great beat, Blast! makes for a great rock song!

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Elias Frost – Monday Blues (Covering John Boyd) | Metal

Once again Elias Frost has covered a classic Equestria Girls song, and done an amazing job of it, especially with the guitar work! Keeping with the original theme, the song has a very “Monday morning” feel to it. I can see myself blasting this through my car stereo at the start of the week. The metal adaptation fits really well and Elias has done an excellent job bringing it to life. Well done mate, I’m keen for more!

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One Track Mind – Hush | Electronicore

One Track Mind has definitely some of the most creative musical visions out there, and now to our great delight an impressive Electronicore track has been crafted with much inventivity! Bringing much Metal vibes with harsh and tasty riffs, while still having lots of Electronic elements in its arrangement, it delivers Flutterbat’s take on the Hush Now Lullaby song… with heavy headbangable greatness!

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Chris Wöhrer – Fleisch Fest | Metal

Now, I want you all to take a good moment to enjoy this track while analysing this Face. Do you have a good view of it? Because this is the same face you’ll make after listening to this track. Next to the fact when the flesh and appels are good. Very, very good. -W- Yes. Very much yes Indeed, Yes. I like how this is done though, I mean. I’m honestly not that much into Metal really, but It always amazes me how talented people can be with playing instrumants as the Guitar for example and play songs like these. Very pleasant. alot of fun, and definitly a reccomend for the metal scene! Good work Chris! everybody show some love ❤