House Reyne was obliterated after they rebelled against Tytos Lannister. In an attempt to restore the Lannister dominance Tytos’ son Tywin Lannister march against the Lord of Castamere, Lord Roger Reyne. Roger was dubbed as the “Red Lion of Castamere.” As the rebellion reached its end, Castamere was burnt down, and all the members of House Reyne were executed. Young Tywin was able to cause all that.
The title of the songs is basically a play on words as “rains” fall over the empty halls of “Reynes”, who were killed to the last man and there was no soul to hear.
The King who died on the mighty Iron Throne.
Maegor I Targaryen, dubbed as Maegor The Cruel was as his name suggests, pretty damn cruel. The king lost the loyalty of all his allies and found himself more and more isolated.
Maegor was left alone to brood in the throne room during the hour of the wolf. Next morning, Maegor was found dead, while being seated on the Iron Throne. His wrists were slashed, and his robes were covered with blood. There were a lot of theories regarding his death even saying that Maegor was killed by the throne itself.
But the most probable explanation is that Maegor killed himself, taking assistance from the blades of the Iron Throne to open up his wrists.