Tag: thematic

Realm of pain

My entry to August 2010 Death Slam. Made over a weekend from scratch. Inspired and influenced by, and based on the movie Hellraiser.

No! Don’t touch it! It’s dangerous! It opens doors
To the pleasures of Heaven or Hell
You think you’ve gone to your limits? Well you have not
The Cenobites will show you a brand new experience:
Pain and pleasure indivisible
You’ll want more until your last breath is gone
Those hungry chains of Hell, they feel no remorse
Commanded by Pinhead, they’ll tear you apart

CHORUS
Come join us in the realm of pain
Open the box, open the door
Your life was meaningless anyway
Welcome to your own personal Hell

Explorers, in the further regions of experience
Demons to some, and angels to others
You solved the box, we came, now you must come with us!
Come on, taste our pleasures!

CHORUS x2

YOUR SUFFERING WILL BE LEGENDARY!


Eternal night of the dead

Another one I did for OMC. The task this time was to make up a TV show, and to compose the theme for that show.

Lyrics

Night comes as usual
When the day comes to an end

But this night is different, this night is forever
An appropriate time for evil to get together and fight

What a horrible night to have no morning
Undead they rise
The monster dance

An eerie silence creeps across the land
‘Til the screams of fright fill this eternal night

What a horrible curse to have no morning


Synopsis

Show Title: Perpetual Night
Genre: UK Survival horror/comedy/drama series (13 episodes per season)

The premise is that for a reason to be disclosed later in the show (watch it to find out!) there are no more mornings, only “Perpetual Night” remains. Of course, perpetual night would be boring without some action… So there’s evil afoot! For each season the cast has a different evil to fight off. This song is the theme for the first season, where this evil is the undead.


Relinquished illusions

It just turned out this way. There are about five different sections in this one. The fourth section, starting at around 2:13, is what I call “the chase”. The atmosphere is dark (like in most of my music) throughout the song. I entered this song to Original Music Competition #6 running at Good-Evil.net. There was no particular theme this time, everyone could do whatever they wanted. The voting was tight and I got fourth place, tied with two others.