THREE NIGHTS OF FREE EPIC CINEMATIC METAL
A FREE SONG EVERY NIGHT FOR THREE NIGHTS!
YOU'LL ALSO GET UP TO 35% OFF OUR MARKET!
(The first 10% rewarded upon opt-in!)
INSPIRED BY DARK MYTHOLOGY.
Please take your seat. Keep reading and you'll find out why...
FIRST, WE MUST ASK...
Do you seek to escape your reality to a world of twisted horror, filled with curses and ancient lore?
Or a cinematic experience that inspires feelings of levity and godly transcendence?
THIS IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART...
HOMERIK (hōˈmerik) will require your undivided attention.
DO YOU DARE ENTER OUR WORLD?
P.S. You're not ready...! ;-)
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EPIC CINEMTIC METAL?
You must be wondering, what the heck is Epic Cinematic Metal? Rather than give you a whole description on how we exfoliate the fabrics of your imagination, it's easier to show you:
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THERE IS NO RECORD LABEL. THIS IS INDIE.
We recorded over 40 musicians, a 12,000 cathedral pipe organ, real taiko drums, and much more while blending cultural music from around the globe in an effort to bring to life an ethereal sound inspired by the likes of Hans Zimmer, Koji Kondo, Howard Shore, and Danny Elfman... with METAL!!
Some of those metal influences are bands like Behemoth, Nile, Nightwish, Epica, Cradle of Filth, Cannibal Corpse, King Diamond, and more...
"With strong riffing, great production and vocal diversity this band showed me that metal is capable of experimentation, and succeeding at it. Songs to look out for especially are, "An Angel of Darkness, Curse of the Black Nile, The Balance of Power". Its a refreshing feeling to know that the torch of metal will be carried on and I'm proud that its in the hands of modern bands."
- Metal Awaits
"A step ahead of many metal bands in terms of their scope and the time they’ve taken to carefully curate suites of music which transport the listener through time and space, Homerik are worthy practitioners of a new kind of intelligent, affecting thrash."
- Sonic News