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This is the third track in a series of songs made using a creative process game made by Tucker and Corwin. The exercise is called "Roll For Metal".
We pick the tempo, feel, and drum parts using a standard D&D dice set with selected beats from Ugritone's drum MIDI packs and improvise guitar and bass parts on top of the drums and song structure created from the dice rolls.
This one is weird and ended up being like Liege Lord mixed with Testament almost.
The lyrics are all made a random lyrics generator made by Dave Ritzlin of DMR, so they are may not make total sense, but will be awesome.
So while this song came together quickly, we make no promises as to its quality.
Nevermore the battle shall praise the fierce forest
Shining, shining King of Doom
Curse thy brutal shadows of destiny
Eternal castle, dominate our morbid enemies
Now thy foul light may slay the rage
The fire must attack our mighty glory
I hail, they dominate
We bury our battle
Warrior of doom and of kings
Above your king, they seduce
Hunt our crimson grave
Ancient moon of the gods
You may command your power one day
You bury and (you) slay
Call my metal
You raise my winds
All instruments and vocals by Tucker Thomasson.
Lyrics generated at random.
supported by 18 fans who also own “Roll For Metal 3: I Summon Their Noble Glory READ ABOUT”
Incredible epic metal of the highest caliber! Soaring vocals, epic riffs and leads, pounding drums. All the stables of great heavy metal.
Sword and sorcery imagery and lyrics, well this is something to follow.
Highly recommended for fans of mythical and magical metal. slb1995
supported by 16 fans who also own “Roll For Metal 3: I Summon Their Noble Glory READ ABOUT”
WOW! This album quickly became an all time favorite. It never fails to get me pumped! When I began searching for new bands to listen to, ET shot straight to the top. This is what got me into power metal, now one of my favorite sub-genres, and revitalized my love for straight up heavy metal. The vocals are initially what grabbed my attention. I remember listening to this for the first time, grinning like a fool! I'll be rocking this album for the rest of my life. Long live the Eternal Champion! tbaggins