E.S. Posthumus | Unstoppable

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by E.S. Posthumus

An epic digital single from the artist that brought you "Pompeii" and "Tikal"
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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A mind blowing digital single from the Artist that brought you "Unearthed"


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Fredrik Persson

What Cartographer missed
Was exactly a track or two like this, This is the old E.S Posthumus you know from Unearthed and they are superb as always.

John Dover

Worth the dollar.


This is seriously a dollar well-spent! Hopefully their next album will have more tracks like this!


Easily one of their best!!
Too epic for words is my first thought!! Indeed! It goes pretty good with the Sherlock Holmes trailer! When I first heard this track, it did blow me away! Makes a good competition with tracks like Nara, Arise, Odenall Pi, Pompeii and a few others, which are amongst my favourite!! 5/5!!


This is a peculiar experiment, an epic bombastic song in the tradition of "Pompeii", sold for $1.00! While their latest CD "Cartographer" seems different to their previous established style of music, this song proves the composers can still make your hart skip a beat and release intense musical energy in 3 minutes. Yes, for those who are wondering, the climactic part of this song is not included in the audiosample you can hear here.
Mostly a merge between rock and orchestal, it's worth checking out!

David Lopez-Paz

One of their best songs.

Justin Appler

What made me love E.S. Posthumus in the First Place
Title says it all, some of the best 'epic' orchestral I've heard in a while. Well worth the $1.