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Take a Trip Through the Lore of Majora’s Mask with Children of Termina

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Why subject yourself to the drones of Christmas music when you could immerse yourself in the arrangements of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask instead? Arranger Rozen (Sins of Hyrule, Ballads of Hyrule) continues to bring the Legend of Zelda power with his newest offering Children of Termina.

The album delves into the lore of Majora’s Mask, which features a darker tone than previous Zelda games and that Rozen decided to reflect with the music of the album. Featuring 17 tracks, the G.A.N.G. award-winning arranger collaborated with Materia Collective and also brought on an impressive roster of live performers and star collaborators, including The Sofia Session Orchestra in Bulgaria, Julie Elven, Celica Soldream, and Reven.

For the next installment in my Hyrule series, I wanted to explore the parallel world of Termina and its lore. There’s so much beauty found in darkness and mystery, even at the final moments of one’s existence. I wanted to capture all the feelings in the hearts of the people of Termina when they’re looking up at the falling moon, one last time, before facing extinction: love, solitude, despair, acceptance. It is my wish that you join me in this unsettling but emotional journey in the lands below Hyrule, and feel the same desperate need to heal the world as Link did. –  Rozen, Album Arranger & Producer

Children of Termina is currently available for digital purchase or CD on Bandcamp, and will also ship on a limited deluxe edition 2xLP vinyl that will include alternate artwork with purple foil, foil-stamped numbering, a sheet music memento, an autograph by Rozen, and more. You can check out more about the album on the Materia Collective website.

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