2 Works in Deicide (Band)
Fandoms: Motörhead (Band), Judas Priest, Death or Glory - Motörhead (Song), Painkiller - Judas Priest (Song), Sabaton (Band), To Hell and Back - Sabaton (Song), The White Death - Achren (Song), White Death - Sabaton (Song), The Trooper - Iron Maiden (Song), Iron Maiden (Band), Stargazer - Rainbow (Song), Rainbow (Band), Led Zeppelin, Stairway to Heaven - Led Zeppelin (Song), Man on the Silver Mountain - Rainbow (Song), Turisas, In the Court of Jarisleif - Turisas (Song), Powerwolf (Band), Lupus Dei - Powerwolf (Song), Armata Strigoi - Powerwolf (Song), Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Iron Maiden (Song), Nightcrawler - Judas Priest (Song), W.A.S.P. (Band), Widowmaker - W.A.S.P (Song), I Like Lycanthropy - Blaster the Rocket Man (Song), Warriors of the Son - Saint (Song), Into the Void - Black Sabbath (Song), Star Pilot - Saint (Song), Death (Band), Crystal Mountain - Death (Song), Raining Blood - Slayer (Song), Slayer (Band), Deicide (Band), Mayhem (Band), A Jester Arrayed in Burning Gold - A Hill to Die Upon (Song), The Chant of Mighty Offspring - A Hill to Die Upon (Song), Heka Primus (Ordo Norma Mysterium) - A Hill to Die Upon (Song), A Hill to Die Upon (Band), Divine Darkness - Crimson Moonlight (Song), Crimson Moonlight (Band), Cornerstone (Music Festival), Velveteen Rabbit - Margery Williams
31 Mar 2022
"Maybe there’s a place somewhere…where blood is raining on Crystal Mountain … and the Painkiller still rides across the sky …
Indeed, there was such a place—a place where the dreams of a thousand songs had gathered and taken bodily form."
The characters and places from heavy metal songs, like the Painkiller, the Stargazer, and the Universal Soldier, are gathered in a pocket dimension -- even when heavy metal has been outlawed by the government. No-Name (The Universal Soldier) wanders through the Song-Dream pocket dimension, seeking to find his lost identity, and where he comes from.
Inspired by "The Exiles" by Ray Bradbury, "The Velveteen Rabbit," and numerous metal songs.
Pequeño one-shot donde por medio del uso de alegorías detallo mi obsesión por la perfección, así mismo, narro mis bizarros apetitos por Steve Asheim, miembro de la banda de death metal, Deicide.