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Gameofmetal makes a cowboy black metal song

So I formed a black metal band with a vocalist I found online and here is the first song.
1Ennio Morricone
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The goal of the band was originally to blend sphagetti western music with black metal, something I haven't seen done outside of a Volahn track and one bandcamp band that only has about three songs to their name. Mostly it was just the product of me being really into black metal combined with the release of Red Dead Redemption 2 which has put me on a neverending western media kick.
2The Black Twilight Circle
Desert Dances and Serpent Sermons

Everything you hear was done by me except for the vocals and the outro section. I recorded all the instruments and did all the programming and sampling.

I also did all the mixing which is a complete first for me. Considering I'm a total noob at it and working with a minimal budget, I think I did a pretty ok job.
Ageless Fire

You can listen to the track on youtube (, bandcamp (, and soundcloud (
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