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Torzelan opens hell's gate with Demon's Crest death metal


3:30 PM on 11.03.2012



What would Halloween be like without a little underworld summoning? Thanks to one of Dtoid's most talented shredders, Torzelan, we all can jam out to the sweet sounds of unquenchable hellfire!

"Red Retaliation" is a death metal cover of "The Infinite Demon," the final battle theme from the unholy Super Nintendo platformer Demon's Crest. With crazy guitar licks and deep, guttural vocals, this is the kind of music that makes old Catholic ladies' heads burst like in Scanners.

Torzelan whipped this up for October's Dwelling of Duels rock remix competition. I make a habit of checking the new competitions every month. You ought to as well. There's some good sh*t.

Demon's Crest - Red Retaliation - Rearrangement by Torzelan [YouTube]






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