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[P@D] Velvet R. Wings & SDreamExplorerS – Freedom Reclaimed | Symphonic Power Metal

Epic metal coming from the latest P@D album, Rebirth! This time the amazing trio Soul Strings, Velvet and Andy Feelin (on the production) made an epic track about how to deal with our hardships and how to not let them make us suffer. Amazing vocals, amazing instrumentation and inspiring lyrical work. This song is definitely one of the best of the album!

Download Rebirth in a bandcamp near you or you can buy it if you are rich as buck.

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Frozen Night – Cosmic Dream | Symphonic Metal

Frozen Night is back with another one of his masterpieces! Cosmic Dream evokes visions of soaring through the aether on wings of starlight. He perfectly blends atmospheric effects and burning guitars into a distilled draught of energy. Throughout the song, it’s easy to picture Celestia flying through the ionosphere, casting her mighty spell to raise the sun once more.

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Rockin’Brony – Winter Wrap Up (covering SHAICO / Daniel Ingram) | Symphonic Metal

Inspired by an old cover of the show’s first big hit (originally produced by SHAICO), Rockin’Brony re-creates Winter Wrap Up as a brilliant, symphonic instrumental. RB’s always top notch guitar soloing ability is really on display here, with several layers of great guitar work and shredding interspersed through the track. The drums are on point for the upbeat style and the bells really ring out the top-end of the mix for an extremely fun take on the beloved classic!

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[P@D] PrinceWhateverer – This Duality (feat. Frozen Night & Sable Symphony) | Metal

In a trifecta of talent, the royal metal-head Prince Whateverer once again teams up with Sable Symphony and this time with orchestral mastermind Frozen Night to bring us this heavy jam, featured on the new compilation album Ponies at Dawn – Rebirth. Describing the harsh contrast of his own perfect, fantasy world and his less-than-perfect reality, Whateverer provides his top-notch vocals and guitar licks accompanied by Sable Symphony’s always on-point harmonies. In a great surprise, Frozen Night features in this track with his symphonic elements adding an incredible and epic twist on PW’s signature metal style.

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Rockin’Brony – Open Up Your Eyes (covering Daniel Ingram) | Symphonic Metal

Editor’s note: Hooray, his channel is back, we can post this now!

Rockin’Brony delivers an amazing cover of one of my favorite songs from the movie! And the genre/concept for the recreation of the songs was pretty well chosen. Symphonic Metal is a really complex genre and a amazing experience listening to!

Rockin’s vocals are really amazing, the way that he delivers emotion and dedication to the vocals it’s clearly awesome, the symphonic elements of the cover are really well performed as well as the drums. All the song parts are really well performed, including the symphonic solo and the awesome guitar solo, one of the principal characteristics of Rockin’s tracks, amazing and headbanging guitar solos!

Amazing cover you done here, keep up the good work my friend!

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DivinumX – Where Her Demons Go, We Will Follow | Symphonic Black Metal

Heck Yeah! DivinumX is back with some really brutal kvlt music! Celebrating Nightmare Night, DivinumX delivers an headbanging and amazing 5-minute long Symphonic Black Metal track with a lot of amazing blast beats and orchestral arrangements, really cool guitar riffing and solos! Divinum’s shrieks and vocals were well performed, and the lyrics well written too. A really well composed and performed piece reminding me of acts such as Emperor and Dimmu Borgir! Listen to this track because it’s really amazing, and welcome back DivinumX!

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Rockin’Brony – Spectrum (Covering Re:Make) | Symphonic Metal

Part of an ongoing new series of covers of goldie-oldie pony songs from Re:Make (formerly AcousticBrony), this revival of Spectrum sure does justice to the original with an expert guitar play and Symphonic Metal arrangement. The melodies from the show songs “Winter Wrap Up” and “At The Gala” are as emotional as always, and give much S1 nostalgia!