Yep, it's that time again, folks! I've got some great music coming your way. Can I get drumroll, please?
No? Too much to ask?
Good help is hard to find these days. Anyhow, today's song is . . .
"Ice of Phoenix" from the Audiomachine album Phenomena
Composed by Paul Dinletir
Now, if you don't know who Audiomachine is, allow me to explain. It's a group of composers who make music for movie trailers. Companies can buy the tracks off of them to use in their trailers. While most of their albums are industrial albums, some of them are public releases, so that everyone can buy and enjoy their music.
I was recommended their music a couple of years back, and I haven't stopped listening to them since. While my favorite album of theirs is Magnus, Phenomena is what got me hooked on them, and I just had to share one of their songs with you guys.
The track for today happens to be one of my favorites by Audiomachine. It was used for one of the Dragon Age: Inquisition trailers, and it has a very heroic tone to it. I love everything from the constant strings to the heavenly choir to the well-placed drumbeats. To me, it invokes the image of a hero rising from the dust to take on his final challenge . . . which is actually what I'm using it for in my playlist for The Tournament of Convicts. But don't just take my word for it; give it a listen yourself.
Have you heard of Audiomachine before today? If you have, which album of theirs is your favorite? Could you even list one of your favorite songs that they've done? And if you have any music recommendations, don't hesitate to tell me them!