Ozymandias is the fourth track from Brymo’s Yellow Album, this alternate sound is definitely worth your time, Scroll down to read more about the review.
There are very few people who know how to create a piece like this, and Brymo is one of those few persons. Ozymandias is an intellectual historical song named after the unfamous sonnets by Shelley and Smith published in the early eighty's. Ozymandias is believed to be a greek name for the Egyptian Pharoah Ramesses. Brymo went back to history, crafted a melody, lyrics and a weird title for this piece of art. The song starts with a filtered melody, soft strings, Brymo vocals, and a simple soft dum sequence.
This track is not relatable to many, it has a selective audience, hence deteriorating its popularity.