Dynamic gothic rock music by PeriTune (Sei Mutsuki) from Japan. Royalty-free music for your YouTube videos. Track description: Dynamic gothic rock music by PeriTune (Sei Mutsuki) from Japan. Moods: Dark, Energetic, Powerful, Intense.
This EP is a compilation of his works on modern classical, gothic electronic, horror soundtrack genres. cover artwork by Sábila Orbe. PeriTune?moniker of Sei Mutsuki Soundtrack, Game Music, Ambient, New Age, Chillout, Celtic, Ethnic, Folk music, Choir, Atmosphere, Phantasy music composer from Ehime, Japan. for listen more music of this artist visit: soundcloud. com/sei peridot/tracks youtube. 48rQm-x-dQ4 uA seimutsuki.
Composed By, Performer – Peritune Cover – Mist Spectra, Sábila Orbe.
Dryland : Gothic Tales,álbum, crítica, lista de pistas, mp3, letras. Data de lançamento 2004. Labels SPV. Estilo de MúsicaGothic Rock. Membros têm este álbum0. 3. Her Love Like Death. 4. Enemy of Your Mind.
PeriTune is a Japanese dojin circle name that composes royalty-free fantasy-style music. The composer behind PeriTune is むつき醒(Sei Mutsuki) of Garnet Cathedral.
02:57 Peritune - Gothic Dark 05:44 YouFulca - Ghost Dance 08:43 YouFulca - Graveyard 11:58 Darren Curtis - Glory Eternal 13:52 YouFulca - Battle Under the Moonlight 15:59 Peritune - Blast 2 18:56 YouFulca - the Song of the End 22:47 YouFulca - Noble Execution 25:58 Peritune Havoc 29:41 YouFulca - Vampire Prayer 32:58 YouFulca - Grief of Souls 36:42 YouFulca -. Justice and Lost Emotion 40:05 YouFulca - End of the World 45:15 YouFulca - Fatal Blood 49:06 YouFulca - Return to the Royal Road 52:30 YouFulca - the Oracle Song 55:32 YouFulca - Unison in the Abyss 01:02:05 YouFulca.
But assembling a list of the ten essential gothic rock albums is a bit challenging, particularly when keeping it to one album per artist (The Cure has three bona fide classic goth albums, for instance). Some bands, like the Cocteau Twins, offer an ethereal and haunting sound, while others like The Sisters of Mercy provide a menacing, apocalyptic form of dance music, and Nick Cave delivers a macabre take on the blues. Andrew Eldritch had already released a solid goth album with 1985′s First, Last and Always prior to 1987, but with a whole new band and a newly amplified version of the Sisters of Mercy sound, Floodland took it to a new level.