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This Is A Different Type Of Two Steps From Hell

I absolutely adore epic music and when I heard they were releasing a dark halloween styled album I was pretty excited. Firstly, don't make the same mistake I made when I bought this. It is not the epic style of Invincible or Archangel, or even a dark sort of epic. There is something very different about this album and that is that it's pretty much made for use in videos or for atmosphere rather than general listening. There are some great tracks on here that could be listened to for general listening like "Calamity" or "Moving Shadows" however, the majority of it is dark and eery atmospheric stuff but there was a time I got a little bored of the "epic" stuff and this can be a good change and something a little bit fresh that just shows how dynamic TSFH are. There are about 3 songs on here that are very "Nightmare Befor Christmas"-esque and you'll either like them or hate them (I don't have a problem with them) but apart from that this is a good album for what it is: production music for people to use in videos. You may like to listen to all 47 or something tracks but as I've said it's mostly atmospheric stuff. The reason for a 5 star is that it is refreshing, different and shows TSFH's diversity and has some brilliant tracks hidden within the 47 songs. Maybe if there were less songs on here and narrowed it down to dark general listening then it may have got better reviews but for me this gets a 5 star because I enjoyed it and it was good for what it is. OR 4 star for general listening if you're in the mood and 5 star if you will use these in videos.


I would expect a lot better from two steps from hell, this is horrendous. Most of this soundtrack has been taken from Tim Burtons film the nightmare before christmas with a bit of choral music thrown over the top and some really bad rock music thrown in as well. they have digressed badly from there previous excellent albums.

Merry Christmas

By the gods!

I am not sure as to assume you are fallen angels with the unholy musical taletns of the dead but by the power of christ you guys know how to make some of the best music I have ever heard in my entire 19 years alive! I mean my usual gernes is hardstyle/heavy metal but this just blows me away, never rehased unlike a lot of musical composers, Always fresh and exciting stuff, from the sad t othe intense, you guys have helped me through some rough times with the death of my fathers but you really, I mean really make me feel alright! all the time I wish I could meet you in person to tell you how much you have made me realize life is not to be wasted as we only have one shot to do it ,and do it right I will.


Formed: 2006 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2006 by composers Nick Phoenix and Thomas J. Bergersen, Los Angeles-based production company Two Steps from Hell provides original music for film trailers, video games, television shows, and other media productions. The outfit began releasing demonstration albums in 2006 and public albums in 2010, the latter of which include Invincible, a popular compilation of the group's more notable works. Their 2015 collection Battlecry cracked the Billboard 200 and became...
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