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Glory to Metal (A Symphonic Metal Tribute to NieR: Automata) Releases Today

Glory to Metal (A Symphonic Metal Tribute to NieR: Automata) Releases Today

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If you’re jonsing for more music from last year’s hit game, NieR: Automata, then Argentinian musician Fernando Ariel “Ferdk” Carabajal and Materia Collective have you covered. Glory to Metal (A Symphonic Metal Tribute to NieR: Automata) is a four-track EP paying tribute to the game’s music in the most metal of ways.

“Immediately after fully completing the game, I felt the urge to do something with the music, and given its heavy orchestral work it was a perfect fit for my bombastic, symphonic metal style. Battles are always an easy choice when it comes to metal, but I felt I wasn’t tapping into the full potential of the game’s musical range, so I added two more tracks that stood out to me for the ambience they create when they’re featured in the game.” – Ferdk, Musician & Arranger

Originally composed by Keiichi Okabe, the music of NieR: Automata has been taken and spun into a head-banging symphony that pays respect to the game’s aesthetic while also kicking things up a notch.

The album debuts today on Bandcamp and can currently be pre-ordered until its release for $4. You can check out more about the album on Ferdk’s Bandcamp or the Materia Collective website.

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