So I re-watched Silent Hill a couple of days ago and revisited this dark place where it rains ashes.. And fear and hatred get materialized..
And I was wondering how did these 12 years since the release of the movie passed…
All this time.. I think that almost every day I was listening to some Silent Hill song.. I love the ambiance music, the horror tunes, vocals of Mary Elizabeth McGlynn.. I’ve got the soundtracks of the first two games on my phone right now.. And can’t get enough of it.
I even wanted to get a Silent Hill themed tattoo – and I still want that.. hopefully some day.. soon.
And for a few days now.. I stumbled upon this mix – a mix of the ambiance of the nightmarish town…
Close your eyes for a moment after reading this article and enjoy the music while imagining what I’ve written here.
Just like in an RPG game, just imagine an ever-green large patch of big, old trees, with nothing but fresh air surrounding them and colorful flowers.
The sight so splendid that it gives you a sense of finding heaven on an old, forgotten planet.
Species of plants that seem unreal, and elves residing in tree-houses. Birds, violet frogs, fire-red insects, orange butterflies, white cubs playing in the fallen leaves. A sky so clear that you could lose yourself into its infinity…
Venture forth, if you dare, into the dark heart of Transylvania, where creatures of the night lurk in the shadows. Inspired by Bram Stoker’s classic Dracula, this musical opus truly embodies the mysterious land of vampires, witches and werewolves. The seductive and sinister sounds range from haunting piano, violin and harpsichord melodies to creepy pipe organs and tolling bells. Wailing spirits lend their ghostly voices to several tracks while gothic choirs soar to unearthly crescendos. Sinister voices echo from the crypt as vampires beckon you further into their lair. Witches tell tales of dark things that prowl the night, wolves howl beneath the full moon, bats screech and flutter, and stone guardians warn unwary trespassers to beware.