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Welcome.
This is the home of Drakon Myth,
a Symphonic Metal rock band.


THE MUSIC

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ACTIVITIES

Destiny of Love CD has been completed and will be released as soon as we secure the proper license for Love Is A Battlefield, originally performed by Pat Benatar. It's a new take on the classic song. We're in the process of setting up digital distribution at multiple locations, and making the physical CD available on Amazon. We're working in conjuction with Soul Catcher Music to release this CD as soon as possible.


Reviews and Testimonials

Bio - Gregory

Bio - Tessa



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New to Symphonic Metal and wondering what
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ABOUT US

Drakon Myth is the brain child of producer, songwriter and keyboardist, Gregory Davis, born out of the desire to blend heavy rock, orchestral and choral textures, ambient and electronica into a sound that has traditionally been labeled goth rock and symphonic metal.

Drakon Myth began with the penning of several songs and a vision of song arrangements and orchestrations featuring a heavy rhythm section of drums, bass, and guitar, backed by a powerful orchestral presence, choir, piano, synths, and all the ambience one would expect from symphonic metal, including quiet moments offsetting and highlighting the energy and power of the heavier material.

To put it into context, the music is reminiscent of bands like Nightwish, Within Temptation, Epica, Kamelot, and Evanescence, among others. Melodic, lyrical, focused, uplifting, and energetic are a few words that describe the listening experience.






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This site last updated: September 16, 2018