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7.9 MB
4 min 19 sec
4.30 / 5.00

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What's up Newgrounds?!

While it hasn't been a LONG time or anything, it's been a while since I've dropped a fully-formed, original metal song on here.

Yeah, Burn7 has been slacking. And no, Burn7 isn't going to continue to talk in the 3rd person like some weirdo who was in a terrible bus accident and now has to walk around with his head in a sling. Burn7 will calm down now.

So this is a complete reimagining of one of my earlier works, Torn Asunder. I was originally going to just do a complete cover, but I ended up cutting out quite a bit and extended a few things. So this song is much more a collection of mosh-ity riffs and melodic harmonies than a full-fledged song.

I used similar distortion settings on my amp and tried to mix in the way I would have before. It's sort of odd, I actually really like the way this song turned out sounding even though it's quite different than some of my more current works.

Try and listen for the hidden cowbell!*

*Kewl Random Musical Stuff*
- 12 Rhythm Guitar takes
- 32 Lead/Solo Guitar Takes
- 0 Bass Takes (Yeah, that's right. This song has no bassline. Bet you didn't even notice until I told you, either.)
- If you listen around 4:00, I dropped some fakie hexi-kicks into the drum part.
- My bass kick is boosted around 20db at 5283Hz with a punchy distortion to give it the bite right where I want it.
- This song has no compressors or brickwall limiting.
- While writing this song, I discovered how to mute the cymbals in my drumkit VSTi, Addictive drums. You can hear me playing around with it at 0:39 and again at 0:49.
- If you open the .mp3 file for this song in any Sony audio editing application, you can view my notes and markers for the song.
- At 3:52, there are actually 9 different guitars playing at once. It's not that uncommon to multitrack rhythm parts, but I multilayered everything I could here. There are 4 rhythm guitars, 2 lead guitars, and 3 solo guitars. And, unless my calculator is lying to me, that's 9. But I really try not to trust anything that's solar-powered.
- No legal drugs were taken during the creation of this song. I did, however, consume 4x the recommended weekly dose of caffeine in under 8 hours to finish it.

*There is no hidden cowbell in this one. It's the first time in like 8 metal songs I haven't used one and... well, quite honestly it feels weird not having it in there. It's like somewhat of a signature move now or something.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


hella good :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Badass as usual!

You're my favorte havy metal artist on NG man and earned that title. RESPECT.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fuck yeah

Badass as ever!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Epic song is epic lol. Loved Torn Asunder and I love the fact that you remade it into epicness. Fantastic job. It seems to flow together better than the original. (don't ask me what I mean by that cuz idk. Just sounds better) Anyway gotta ask if I can use thin in a project I'm working on. Fantastic as always.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Unstoppable B

Another humble follower of your stuff, here! If it's one thing I've tended to notice about metal is that when guitar takes 1 step back, drums, vocals, or both take 10 steps forward. And since there is no vocals, it's drums here. I don't actually play anything so it's just my inexperienced ears' observation. Maybe that's why I bleed fire is my favorite of your work, because that's EXACTLY what happens in it. The drums just continuously build the track until it explodes to a conclusion.

But here, everything seems just stagnant. It stays at one pace (a fast metaley pace at that) with no extreme change to the song over time. The drums pretty much seem repetitive the entire song. Seeing as this was the intention though, for adding vocals later, it does what it was meant to do I suppose; add a slate for vocals to thrash on.

That being said, this all might just be my personal bias. I tend to be more attracted to the virtuoso side of metal. I enjoyed the first 3 seconds of the song more then the entire thing.

And for gods sake, finish "Oh shit run"!!! That was going to be fucking amazing.