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Variations of Silent Hill promise on violin, harp, piano, and guitar

October 31, 2015


That time of year is hear again, and what a better way to kick off the creepiest day of the year than to share some personal selections of the famous horror game we've all come to know, love, and had us changing our shorts on more than one occasion!

It's been around for quite a while now, and is still making huge waves. Silent Hill is one of those survival horror games that tend to scare you away, freak you out, and yet at the same time it's too hard to put the controller down. The series has earned itself a reputation of being one of....if not the best psychological horror  games that will have you on the edge of your seat.

Yet at the same time you can't have kool-aid without the sugar, and you sure as hell can't have a Silent Hill game without the creepy music. For die hard fans of the series, I've seen some collections that will net more than one look. 

So what a better way to celebrate over 15 years of getting the daylights scared out of you than to share some fan renditions of Silent Hill music? These fans stop at nothing to show their talent by doing violin, guitar, piano, and even harp renditions of the song "Promise", which happens to be one of the more popular songs from the soundtrack.

If you've played this sucker with the volume turned up and managed to keep your wife or parents from yelling at you then you know what I mean.

Who knew four different instruments could be used to play one particular song? Take a listen and comment on which one is your personal favorite. Also, for those of you who want to share your own version of Silent Hill music, you can do so by leaving your information below and a link to your handy work.

I will review it for inclusion in an article, as I am always on the lookout for new fan material, and yours could be next.

Edited - I decided to add a Hologamic cover at the bottom since it was the only one of its kind I've seen so far.

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