Friday, February 3, 2017

Music blog: March of Cambreadth

This one, "March of Cambreadth," by Heather Alexander, will never get old. Ever.

I first discovered this song in a John Ringo novel called When the Devil Dancesa scifi military novel about a cannibalistic Mongol horde spreading through the galaxy, with only humans to stand in the way. While the author himself refers to it as carnography (which I can only presume means "carnage porn"), it's well designed, the characters fully developed, and there's enough scheming and political intrigue to fully screw up a war.

The images are from the tv show Babylon 5, which happens to also be a scifi war epic. I know this because I assembled the video myself.

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