Burst Rondo - 雷神 album download
|Side B||Live Recording|
- Bass – Akio
- Drums – Ryouta
- Guitar – Fielo
- Lead Vocals – Makoto
Burst Rondo by Kiri-n.
A promotional sticker for Burst Rondo's new album "The Grave of Matt Costello" Attempt to describe the beauty, mystery and over all complexity of death. The full image shows bleed area. alainakills Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2005. that looks like dennis. oh yeah, nice font and texture and all that, too.
Burst Rondo is a simple fire shamanistic spell. The spell creates numerous balls of light near a target which burst, spreading flames. Burst Rondo is visually impressive not to mention loud, but the damage from the spell is negligible. Even a direct hit will only cause burns, making this a good spell to use as a diversion or to frighten enemies. Article taken from Slayers Universe. honoo ni moeru seirei-tachi yoware ni shitagai chikara to nare.
Genso Rondo is a 3D Arena Fighting Fangame, developed and published by CUBETYPE. Originally released for PC on August 11, 2012, at Comiket 82. An updated version was released on May 11, 2015 for PlayStation 4, as part of Play, Doujin! and September 6 and 9, 2016 for the North America and Europe releases respectively under the extended name of "Touhou Genso Rondo: Bullet Ballet" published by NIS America. It was the first Touhou fangame to be released on consoles and to be released in the West
God Eater Burst（噬神者） added a new photo to the album: 噬神者. · December 22, 2012 ·. God Eater Burst（噬神者） updated their cover photo.
神雷舞 (2010) by 陰陽座 (Onmyo-za). Songs: 夢幻, 邪魅の抱擁, 癲狂院狂人廓, 帝図魔魁譚, 面影, 奇. .
Raijin (雷神), also known as Yakusa no ikazuchi no kami, Kaminari-sama, and Raiden-sama, is a god of lightning, thunder and storms in Japanese mythology and the Shinto religion. The name 'Raijin' is derived from the Japanese words kaminari (雷, meaning thunder) and kami (神, meaning god). Raijin is typically depicted with fierce and aggressive facial expressions, standing atop a cloud, and is shown beating on drums. The drums are often shown to have the symbol tomoe drawn on them.
Consistency is this album's strongest point. Contrast the ominous, brooding opener 雷神(raijin) with rocker 而して動くこと雷霆の如し(shikoushite ugoku koto raitei no gotoshi). The former ensnares the listener with weaving a thick Asian melody backed by hollow drums to produce an atmosphere that demands your attention. The latter has a guitar driven melody with a piano introduction and a notable guitar solo. There isn't a moment on 雷神創世 where the music isn't charging ahead at full speed. Songs may feature the occasional slow melody break, but every song is as metal as this band gets. The party starts with the second track 天獄の厳霊(tengoku no ikaduchi), and from there it only gets better!