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Album Review

The eighth studio album under the Two Steps from Hell banner to be made public by project composers Nick Phoenix and Thomas J. Bergersen, the aptly named Battlecry offers up 26 new movie trailer, war documentary, and death-defying gymnastic routine-ready pieces of expertly crafted, epically presented audio melodrama. As per usual, most of the tracks are instrumental, but guest vocalists Merethe Soltvedt and Felicia Farerre lend their voices to a pair of songs.

Customer Reviews

I Dreamt of Conquest

I fell asleep listening to Release Me with my V Moda Headphones. I was in the middle of the Roman Coliseum with Russell Crowe and Scipio Africanus. Together we fought lions, Jedi’s, and Sith Lords, nothing could stop us. Then suddenly, Caesar Agustus said to us both, “You have but one final foe; RELEASE THE DRAGON”. Suddenly we look up to the sky, hands over our eyes as the sun turned into an eclipse as this dragon came upon us, blinding us. We see the Charmandar Tattoo, we knew we were doomed. Nothing could defeat that monster.

Then Russell Crowe looks to me and says, "Do it, NOW!” I cast my hand to the sky and scream, “DO YOU HEAR THE PEOPLE SING!”

The Stadium crowd looks at one another, “SINGING THE SONG OF ANGRY MEN!"

Russel Crowe morphs into Javert. He stares at the Charmandar Tattoo, and it turns to dust. Then I awoke to my bed, nod my head and look at the time. I say to myself, “Crowe, you never let me down. Good one old chap."

Can’t go wrong!

You just can’t go wrong with Two Steps From Hell! Their music is amazing and always will be. I’m giving a review before the album is even available because I know it will live up to the word epic!! We need more live shows guys.

That moment

If you have ever played some kind of action game you know the moment where your fighting and you feel like you can do anything. This music creates that moment, it’s the greatest thing to listen to when your feeling down or when you just want to make playing a game more interesting.

Biography

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...
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