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3.6 MB
3 min 54 sec
4.39 / 5.00

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Insomnia is a great catalyst....
I have no comment really.... other than good night!




Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great song...i like it...


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I really liked it, though about halfway through i realized it sounded a little similar to the first song of yurs i heard, vampire waltz. a little repeditive but i really liked it


Rated 5 / 5 stars


insomnia sucks sooooo hard i dont have it severe but it bad enuff to make meh not happy //_T by the way great song


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is a really powerful piece; with brilliant guitar, drum and piano work. Practically every element of this works in it's favour - and it's definitely wonderful to listen to. I love the rhythm and the tune of this, it's very energetic and yet dark and sombre at the same time. Pre-preparation for an apocalyptic mythological inter-species war, anyone? Still, great job; one of the best things I've heard from you.
Yes, insomnia is the BEST catalyst, and never forget it. This song here is a great example.

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XxX-WOLF-XxX responds:

Wow, thank you so much!
Yes, definitely could be a preparation for an apocalyptic mythological inter-species war ha ha.
Fortunately, I suffer from insomnia almost every night. ; )



Rated 4 / 5 stars


Doesn't seem to be much bass though... The piano feels kind of quiet, especially once the guitar comes in. The strings work perfectly, though.

I like the beats, but you might look into better voices for the drums.

I was going to say how good the ending was, but then it looped and I realized it was just the intro again :P But it works, I was afraid you were leaving it at one piano chord, but the other 3 really add to it.

When you've got the drums slowed down, and the guitar going, it's got a lot of power. All this piece needs is some technical refinement.


XxX-WOLF-XxX responds:

Yeah, I always need another set of ears so I can finalize a song really. Im glad you (re-decided?) you liked the ending even though its like the opening, but that was my intention really, ha ha.
Thanx a lot for the review, your honesty is much appreciated. I just might re-do this song.