History Music / TwoStepsFromHell

30th Jul '16 10:54:39 AM HappyBear801
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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums (with the exceptions of ''Invincible's'' "Am I Not Human" and "To Glory", both of which then to be released on their industry album ''Nero''), each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album are "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from ''Amaria'' (2014) (originally as "Welcome to Amaria").

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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums (with the exceptions of ''Invincible's'' "Am I Not Human" and "To Glory", both of which then to be released on their industry album ''Nero''), each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album are "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from ''Amaria'' (2014) (originally as "Welcome to Amaria").
Amaria")).
18th Jul '16 3:45:02 AM HappyBear801
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[-''Music makes you Braver''-] [--Two Steps From Hell-]

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[-''Music makes you Braver''-] [--Two braver''-] [-''-'''Two Steps From Hell-]
Hell'''''-]
18th Jul '16 3:42:56 AM HappyBear801
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[-text-]''Music makes you Braver''[-text-] [-text-]-Two Steps From Hell[-text-]

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[-text-]''Music [-''Music makes you Braver''[-text-] [-text-]-Two Braver''-] [--Two Steps From Hell[-text-]
Hell-]
18th Jul '16 3:41:55 AM HappyBear801
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[-text-]''Music makes you Braver''[-text-] [-text-]-Two Steps From Hell[-text-]



Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums, each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album are "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from "Amaria" (2014) (originally as "Welcome to Amaria").

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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums, albums (with the exceptions of ''Invincible's'' "Am I Not Human" and "To Glory", both of which then to be released on their industry album ''Nero''), each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album are "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from "Amaria" ''Amaria'' (2014) (originally as "Welcome to Amaria").
17th Jul '16 7:47:04 PM HappyBear801
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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums, each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album is "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from "Amaria" (2014) (originally as "Welcome to Amaria").

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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums, each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album is are "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from "Amaria" (2014) (originally as "Welcome to Amaria").
17th Jul '16 7:46:44 PM HappyBear801
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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums, each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album is "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from "Amaria" (2014, originally as "Welcome to Amaria").

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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums, each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only tracks pulled from a demonstration album is "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007) and "Amaria" from "Amaria" (2014, originally (2014) (originally as "Welcome to Amaria").
17th Jul '16 7:46:11 PM HappyBear801
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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums, each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only track pulled from a demonstration album is "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007).)

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Excepting their first two forays in commercial music, ''Invincible'' (2010) and ''Archangel'' (2011), which are both solely compiled of tracks pulled from their already-produced demonstration albums, each album they release to the public is a mix of pre-existing (demonstration) work and brand-new, album-specific (studio) tracks. ''Halloween'' (2012), ''Classics: Volume One'' (2013), ''Miracles'' (2014), and ''Classics: Vol 2'' (2015) are (so far) their chiefly demonstration tracks, while their only two (once again so far) mainly-original public albums are ''Skyworld'' (2012) and ''Battlecry'' (2015). (The only track tracks pulled from a demonstration album is "Dark Ages", from ''Nemesis'' (2007).)
(2007) and "Amaria" from "Amaria" (2014, originally as "Welcome to Amaria").
16th Jul '16 6:34:14 PM Linusblanket2100
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** However, on the opposing side, Two Steps From Hell could mean that you are in Heaven (with the next two steps being Earth and Heaven), which works out for a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzq6Q-43Tpc good]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVe2_0blWkg deal]] of the tracks.

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** However, on the opposing side, Two Steps From Hell could mean that you are in Heaven (with the next two steps being Earth and Heaven), Hell), which works out for a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzq6Q-43Tpc good]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVe2_0blWkg deal]] of the tracks.



* OneWomanWail: Very fond of it, either in mournfulness as in "Mercy in Darkness" or elation as in "After the Fall". Expect it if Merethe Soltvedt provided the vocals.

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* OneWomanWail: Very fond of it, either in mournfulness as in "Mercy in Darkness" or elation as in "After the Fall". Expect it if Merethe Soltvedt or Felicia Farerre provided the vocals.
16th Jul '16 6:33:29 PM Linusblanket2100
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* ChristmasSongs: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOOaH6BAwvY Christmas Medley]] contains many of these.



* PleaseSubsrcibeToOurChannel: Near the end of most of their YouTube videos, the composers provide a link to the song on iTunes and ask in the description for their fans to support their music by purchasing their albums.

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* PleaseSubsrcibeToOurChannel: PleaseSubscribeToOurChannel: Near the end of most of their YouTube videos, the composers provide a link to the song on iTunes and ask in the description for their fans to support their music by purchasing their albums.


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* ThemeAndVariations: Many of their pieces are repetitive versions of the same medley, only with small differences that eventually lead to a large climax. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOOaH6BAwvY Red Tower]] is a good example of this.
16th Jul '16 6:30:02 PM Linusblanket2100
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* Halloweentown: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wpa8c4kT760 To Die on Halloween]] invokes this.



** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-g59hAN8Wco Some]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPHeW7MLBbw of] the tracks literally sound like you're standing outside Hell's gates peering in.

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-g59hAN8Wco Some]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPHeW7MLBbw of] of]] the tracks literally sound like you're standing outside Hell's gates peering in.


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* PleaseSubsrcibeToOurChannel: Near the end of most of their YouTube videos, the composers provide a link to the song on iTunes and ask in the description for their fans to support their music by purchasing their albums.


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* SoundOff: The lyrics to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKRUPYrAQoE Victory]] sound very similar to this.


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* TheNotRemix: '''Two Steps From Hell''' releases multiple versions of most of their tracks with very minor differences, for example no drums or no choir.
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