Pentakill - Mortal Reminder [OFFICIAL AUDIO] | League of Legends Music - YoutubeRandom

Pentakill - Mortal Reminder [OFFICIAL AUDIO] | League of Legends Music

Official audio and visualizer for Mortal Reminder, from the new album Grasp of the Undying, recorded in the catacombs of the Shadow Isles.

STREAM AND DOWNLOAD FOR FREE HERE: pentakillmusic.com

Alex "Scherzo" Temple – Production on “Blade of the Ruined King” and Orchestration on “Mortal Reminder”
Bob "FriendlyRainbow" DeBelina – Production Coordinator
Christian "Praeco" Linke – Executive Producer, Engineer
Danny Lohner aka Renholdër – Production, Mixing, and Vocals on "The Hex Core mk-2"
Dzijan Emin - Orchestration on “Blade of the Ruined King”
Eugene "kyugene" Kang – Bass Guitars
Jason "chupacobbler" Willey aka ProtoShredanoid – Lead Guitars
Joe "Keytar Dragon" Atlan – Keyboards, Piano
JORN Lande – Vocals on "Cull," "Mortal Reminder," "The Bloodthirster," "Dead Man’s Plate," and "Frozen Heart"
F.A.M.E.'S. Macedonian Symphonic Orchestra & Choir – Orchestra and Choir on "Blade of the Ruined King" and strings on "Mortal Reminder"
Mike “PitmanDrums” Pitman – Producer, Drums, Rhythm Guitars, Lead Guitars, Acoustic Guitars, and Synths
Noora Louhimo – Vocals on "Tear of the Goddess" and "Frozen Heart"
Per Johansson – Vocals on "Infinity Edge" and "Rapid Firecannon"
Richard “RickyTee” Thomson – Drums, Rhythm Guitars, Acoustic Guitars, Lead Guitars & Synths
Scott Kirkland - Production and Mixing on "The Hex Core mk-2", Synths on “The Bloodthirster”
Smiley Sean – Drum Recording & Engineering
Tommy Lee - Drums on "The Hex Core mk-2"
Viranda "Viranimal" Tantula – Creative Director, Producer

All Music & Lyrics written by Pentakill.
Engineered and Produced by Riot Games in Los Angeles, CA and London, UK.
Mixed and Mastered by Jacob Hansen.

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Blinded by hate brought by the fall
As I swear death to all
You will feel my vengeance
As I claim your mortal soul

I will punish and destroy
Those responsible for this ploy
I will seek a thousand deaths
I will bring a thousand years of war

All that I had taken away
My home is gone, and my love ones slain
For every sleep claims a piece of me
Every waking moment, every single dream

As the masses came
Like a shadow through this land
They laid siege to all we ever had
I stood strong, I was honor bound
I stand defiant, I stand ever proud
I am the chosen
I am the guardian, the guardian

Now I seek the blood of those
Who claimed the innocent
I will hunt the enemy to the last
I will banish and rejoice
The final breath of foes
You will see what you have made
You will see what I have finally become

All that I had laid to the waste
My spirit broken and just memories remain
For every day claims a piece of me
Every waking hour claims my inner peace
My inner peace

As the masses came
Like a shadow through this land
They laid siege ...

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