17 Songs, 1 Hour 8 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Vanquish is a truly cinematic and adventurous record. It's the second non-movie album from Two Steps From Hell, the epically dynamic music production company responsible for countless film and trailer scores. With towering brass and heroic vocals, “Fall of the Fountain World” feels like a spellbinding synthesis of video game music with the Romantic orchestral vibes of Bruckner and Wagner. “Enchantress” combines elegant harp, piano arpeggios, and choir to achieve a reflective, minimal musical zone, which quickly turns into another swashbuckling spectacle.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Vanquish is a truly cinematic and adventurous record. It's the second non-movie album from Two Steps From Hell, the epically dynamic music production company responsible for countless film and trailer scores. With towering brass and heroic vocals, “Fall of the Fountain World” feels like a spellbinding synthesis of video game music with the Romantic orchestral vibes of Bruckner and Wagner. “Enchantress” combines elegant harp, piano arpeggios, and choir to achieve a reflective, minimal musical zone, which quickly turns into another swashbuckling spectacle.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
71 Ratings

71 Ratings

Jiano Joel ,

I bought this album to hear Thomas Bergersen !!

Nick is a great engineer and maker of trailer music, generic music for trailers
Thomas doesn't make trailer music .. he literally creates worlds with every detail of his composing decisions .. you're forced to immerse yourself into Thomas world because of his artistic mind..
huge difference between random generic trailer music and Thomas's Beethoven Mozart once in a life time compositions
- Jiano Joel

MusicLover134 ,

I dreamed a New Order of Nachos

Here we go: I bought this album with excitement after their last album: Battlecry. I ate some high fatening cheese then put on my V-Moda M100's and it was lights out. Dream sequence initiated:

New World Order was my shuffle starter. I was on a rooftop observing Chester from Cheetos. He was making some dirty business with Diritos. It had to be stopped. He got into his roadster, I followed. Around what would be 60 seconds. I start to dash along the roof top. Javert Looks out the window, then goes back (next time old chap). My running gradually increases, I have a phase of light behind me. This is what would be around 1:30. I jump from the roof of the building. My dream goes slow mo (high speed about 10k frames a second). Chester looks up, he sees me coming in, mouth open drool flying past my cheeks, I lunged for them: The Nacho Cheese Diritos, he gives me the bird. Jumps off his roadster and we're suddenly in wingsuits over a cliff (about 2:46). I fly towards him, rain hitting my face, he trys to hide them. I GRAB THE DIRITOS. 2:50 goes slow-mo. I turn my head, flip Chester the bird and deploy my chute.

Thank you Two Steps from Hell for these tracks as my dreams have become more epic than ever.

sixmenn ,

TSFH Strikes Again

From Invincible to Battlecry, TSFH has always been able to grab my attention and pull me into another world, and Vanquish is no exception! With its sweeping themes and gorgeous orchestration, this album will give you goosebumps. It's honestly kind of a mix of Invincible and Skyworld, perfectly blending the epic, raw sound of the former with the broad emotional elements from Skyworld. High C's and Enchantress are the two standout tracks in my opinion, with Evergreen, Fall of the Fountain World, and Stallion close behind.
Sit back and let this music wash over you, and you'll be in for the ride of your life!
~Music makes you braver~

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