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Original Song: Main Title / Love Pledge and the Arena / Across the Stars / The Force Theme / The Imperial March
Film: Star Wars
Date released: May 4th 2016
Comments: I’ve wanted to cover the music from Star Wars for sometime, and finally came up with an arrangement of several themes that I was happy with.
Original Song: Main Title
Game: Fallout 3
Date released: December 30th 2015
Comments: Because Fallout 4 had recently come up, I wanted to pay my tribute to the iconic theme from Fallout 3 in glorious metal style. I added some orchestal and percussive sounds to make the arrangement more interesting too.
Original Song: Tubular Bells
Film: The Exorcist
Date released: October 31st 2015
Comments: When prayer fails, metal prevails! This was my first halloween special, and with hopefully with many more to come! Some parts of the videos didn’t edit too well, still learning about green screens, ah well, I didn’t want to miss the Halloween deadline!
Date released: August 5th 2011
Comments: My first remix from a game that wasn’t even released at the time. After seeing the trailer for the upcoming game Skyrim I thought the theme would make a great metal remix.
Date released: July 14th 2011
Comments: My first completed remix of music from a film, which I plan to do more of in the future. I combined several of the themes used in the Harry Potter films to make a metal medley.
Original Song: Terra’s Theme.
Game: Final Fantasy VI
Date released: May 31st 2011
Comments: I couldn’t actually think of a decent name for this remix so it’s just called “Terra Theme Metal Remix”. This is also my first remix from the Final Fantasy series, which I intend to make more of in the future. Nobou Uematsu is a great composer.
Original Song: Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1
Date released: May 21st 2011
Comments: I was a big fan of wrestling when I was younger, and so after hearing the bad news about “Macho Man Randy Savage” I decided to make a remix of his theme song as a tribute.
Original Song: Bloody Tears
Game: Castlevania II: Simons Quests
Date released: April 6th 2011
Comments: I’ve wanted to remix a Castlevania song for a while and Bloody Tears seemed the obvious choice. I believe this was also one of my earliest remix requests I had from fans.
Original Song: Techno Syndrome, Player Select
Game: Mortal Kombat 1
Date released: March 11th 2011
Comments: When I found out Mortal Kombat 9 was coming out, being a fan of the series, I wanted to remix one of the songs. I decided to remix the well known Techno Syndrome song, aswell as the player select theme from Mortal Kombat 1.
Date released: March 1st 2011
Comments: I made a Zelda Medley around 2 years ago. This is a new and updated version of that medley, which some changes and improvements to the arrangement and production. This was also in celebration of the 25th Zelda anniversary.
Original Song: Grabbag
Game: Duke Nukem 3D
Date released: 6th February 2011
Comments: This remix was in celebration of the upcoming game Duke Nukem Forever. I also used some sound clips of Duke Nukem, voiced by John St John. The composer of this song (Lee Jackson) commented on this remix – “I always appreciate it when remixes at least try to stay pretty close to my original version than the “remakes” of the song. Well played!”
Original Song: Opening theme
Game: Super Smash Bros. Melee
Date released: 22nd January 2011
Comments: This remix also takes inspiration from the live, orchestrated performance Smashing…Live!
Original Song: Aquatic Ambience
Game: Donkey Kong Country
Date released: 26th November 2010
Comments: I think I’m more pleased with the title of this remix than the remix itself hah! This is one of the more melodic songs I have remixed and it was an interesting challenge making it fit into the metal genre. I think it came out pretty well though
Original Song: Mute City
Game: F Zero
Date released: 14th November 2010
Comments: Mute City metal remix, what more can I say?
Original Song: Hell March
Game: Red Alert
Date released: 21st August 2010
Comments: I liked the idea of opening the song with sound effects, to evoke imagery of an army marching into battle. Most of the remix stays close to the original with some added riffs and a guitar solo. A quote from Frank Klepacki (the composer) – “You rock! Cool stuff man – awesome guitar tone!”
Original Song: Opening Demo
Game: Street Fighter 2
Date released: 20th April 2010
Comments: This is your standard ‘heavy metal, no nonsense, straight to the point’ type of remix. It’s pretty short in length, but makes up for it with attitude 😉
Date released: 22nd February 2010
Comments: This is my second remix of this song. Stays very close to the original, with added guitar harmonies here and there.
Date released: 4th February 2010
Comments: This is my second remix of this song, with an updated sound and slight change to the arrangement. Sound effects were used to make it sound like you were on King K Rools ship.
Original Song: Guile Theme
Game: Street Fighter 2
Date released: 9th November 2009
Comments: Sonic Boom + Flash Kick = Sonic Flash. Geddit? Guiles theme is one of the most badass songs vgm history and I tried to do it justice. Have you heard about the Meme: Guiles theme goes with everything?
Original Song: Blanka Theme
Game: Street Fighter 2
Date released: 16th November 2009
Comments: Pretty standard metal remix of Blanka’s theme. My favourite part is the harmonised guitar solo.