A love letter to Chrysalis in the form of a parody of Chevelle’s Send the Pain Below, Tender Horn Does Glow sees Stallionslaughter sing his appreciation for the queen of the hive and… oviposition? Oh my. He even goes harder vocally than the original during the bridge, even adding a few extra screams towards the end! Feels good to have him back.
(Please be advised that this song contains adult language. You have been warned)
(Listen to the original Breaking Bonds Here)
This Article is a Co-Written by DrakeEmberHeart and Luck Rock
From a musically technical standpoint, the original Breaking Bonds (back in 2012) was such a groundbreaking musical project for such a young fandom. Some could make the argument that it should have been left alone. Myself and my co-writer Luck Rock wondered how this song could be made better. Lucky for all of you. We are going to tell you why PrinceWhateverer, IBringdaLulz, and a group of 4 new cast members have done so for track 20 of P@D: Ignite. For those who don’t know, it’s about the season one episode “Griffon the Brush-Off.
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After a nearly 3 year hiatus, Russian metal band Radial Rainbow returns with a new song! Insight interpolates Open Up Your Eyes from the MLP movie and turns it into an epic and unique metalcore piece! The familiar vocal hook is played by a flute and the music is filled with heavy guitar riffs and even some keyboard sounds! Some of the finest metal production in the fandom to date.
The king is back! And with a Rarity song no less! And bringing ALL the plushies! There’s something utterly cool to playing the guitar and screaming vocals with tons of plushies around you, and Stallion totally understands that special appeal. A godlike parody of Limp Bizkit’s song Break Stuff, it is also a very lovely and fun experience with that music video and description immersing you in the story, and this is such a treat!
Strong language warning.
Wow!..what a powerhouse of a track, I’ve disided open up for my part in the coverage of P@D ignite! Rocking track 56 of this compilation. The Rock maestro himself L-Train brings you some old good ol’ fashion progressive metal! About the cycle of the Phoenix told in the through the eyes of Celestia’s phoenix Philomena. Absolutely methodical in the guitars and composure. Boy and those vocals by T-train even some RAGE from the man! The songs melodies and how old school brutal it gets. those guitars and that amazing trademark Solo’s of his. You got to check this out! If you love the art of Metal! As always this Qilin asked you to judge for yourself.
This might be one of the best orchestral metal songs the fandom may ever see. Track 6 on the freshly-released Ponies at Dawn: Ignite is Together, Against the Sisters, a collaboration between Jyc Row and PrinceWhateverer along with Spanish singer Celica Soldream, and the result is insane. Lyrically, the song paints a picture of a battle between an army and the evils that lurk Equestria through Daybreaker and Nightmare Moon. PW and Celica’s harmonies go very well together, perfectly complimenting the optimistic melodies brought by the heavy guitars and brooding strings. That solo, though!
Woah. Brace yourself! This FoE-inspired thrash track is heavy and hits hard! STS has been pumping out industrial tracks for years and is no stranger to going heavy with the powerful distorted guitars, thumpin’ drums, and eerie vocal chants in the background. StableTwoStallion explains that Fallout Equestria is “inspired by Rammstein and Oomph” and lead vocals reflect that comparison in every good way! As an added bonus – this song is entirely in German which personally just makes it all the more epic!
More pony metal sure thing! Blackened Blue is back with his 2nd single off his EP,in which you can listen to and read my article here. Has anyone ever tried to make a Metal track about Rarity of all ponies? It hasn’t happened much until now. Falling Away is a throwback to thelate 90’s Thrash and Nu Metal scenes where bands were trying different things and styles. The take very much reminds me of bands like Trust Company. As I said in my article for the EP. This song is about Rarity being trapped in her workaholic ways with very little time for even a trip to get her hooves done or have a girls day out with the other mane 6 when the world is not about to end!. Her frustrations told through blacknend vocals, her emotions through the power of metal!. It’s such a creative take on Rarity that we all can relate too. This mare works too hard. As always this Qilin asks you to judge for yourself.
This collab has a unique approach, as you’ll need to watch this with two videos playing at the same time! Twi and Rares do a Jam depicts a scenario where they’re set to perform on stage, with their voices provided by 15.ai. Once they’re done talking, a short but heavy instrumental plays, showing off Stable‘s signature metal style with some electronic additions from Koron Korak. Even as a light-hearted April Fools day gag, it sounds pretty great!
Brownie’s come back with his first original in nearly a year! I Am Who I Am is a powerful song centred around Derpy with lyrical themes about being true to yourself and living life however you want, no matter what others think. The video shows Brownie playing the song, clearly having a ton of fun, featuring appearances from Neighhem merchandise and a Derpy plushie!