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Uploaded
May 17, 2008 | 10:38 PM EDT
File Info
Song
6.4 MB
4 min 41 sec
Score
3.84 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Score:
Rated 3.84 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
535 Plays | 74 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - General Rock
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Author Comments

I'm very excited about this- it's my favorite thing I've done musically, and it has a very strong, specific feel. I hope you enjoy it too. Lots of piano, distorted guitar, rock-y bass, synth layers. All hardware stuff.

Credit for the title and a couple of samples go to the 1962 Twilight Zone episode "To Serve Man".

Reviews


DekapitatoRDekapitatoR

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Atmospheric rock at its best!

This really has nice feel to it, the sounds are great and very different to anything i've had heard before. The piano riffs are great but i think the guitars should have had a louder mix, and maybe some nice arpeggios would have made it even better. The vocals and voices add a very unique feel to it and make it stand out. This song is really cool imo, keep up the good work!


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kevs91 responds:

I tend to mix the guitars down because I don't want them to be a focus of the song, just for them to compliment it. Maybe if I could write better parts for guitars and learn to play better I'd make them more prominent, so thanks for the advice.

Thank you for the very kind review.


Homero4realHomero4real

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Its cool

The impression it gave me it was, a tv new dramatic flashback... like a murderer in the news theme song... or stuff like that but its a little reptetive what makes the end wich is different, cooler so im wandering... what software do u use to create this awesome sounds? u made an awesome song! tell me please!


kevs91 responds:

Well, I record it all into garageband, but the "awesome sounds" come from a really old keyboard synth, a piano keyboard, a guitar + bass with a fun assortment of pedals, and a drum machine. So there wasn't any software involved in making the sounds, other than equalization and such.

Thanks for the review and praise.