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I have always been a huge fan of God of War. When the first game in the series was released on the PS2, I was instantly blown away. Forget all the technical mumbo jumbo, the landscapes and graphics and everything were great. But Kratos was a monster. Full on angry, killing EVERYTHING and everything else angry. He was an Anti-Hero right up my alley.

So one day, Lost Perception and I decided to do a video game project. God of War was almost an instant choice. The soundscape, the fiction itself, the characters lend themselves perfectly to some aggressive bang bang hip-hop. We wanted to transcend some genres… the music style, the concepts behind the songs and even the lyrics themselves. We set out to make a standalone project that’s steeped in the mythology of God of War, but as aggressive as any project Lost Perception and I have put together. 

We added a collaborator, Judgement from TSOI. We’ve worked together a number of times before and the three of us had become great friends. His unique brand of bum-rush rap couple with my in your face aggressive rhyme over the fiery melodies that Lost Perception creates – brought out an amazing project called Ghosts of Sparta!

Released in November 2015, Ghosts of Sparta is an incredible jaunt through God of War with all the anger, fire and force of its title character. The project is available now on Bandcamp (http://blazerock.bandcamp.com) as well as Google Play with additional outlets soon to come.



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