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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

really good :D

i've listened all your songs....that song beats the better U have done(B7 lance,my favourite :D)that was good.....and try to contact some NG singers.....for some lirics...or try to sing.....maybe U are a good singer like Jay Z....or maybe U have a nice playback like Justin Bieber.........that litttle sucker XD


Rated 5 / 5 stars

ou jeah!

just keep rockin man you are the best at NG, respect

Burn7 responds:

Haha, the best at ALL of NG? See, I don't know about THAT... But I do think I am okay at what I do.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

"Better Than Slipknot"

Ive been listening to your audio songs since you first started to post them, and my little brother has followed me along the way. Not so long ago as we where listening to your music, he said i quote "Burn 7 is better than Slipknot!". As soon as he returns from school he says "Does burn 7 have a new song!" and has been talking about your music for a while now. As this is not much of a review but more of a fan comment, i just want to say keep up the awsome music :P

Burn7 responds:


Seriously, thanks for checking out my songs again dude. You keep being awesome! :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Better than the original

While it's essentially an extended version of "Torn Asunder" (nothing wrong with that), certain extra things made it better. First, the last few minutes are very different than the main song, sounding independent, but blending very well, made for a great change-up in the track. Second, the guitar solos and other guitars in the last few minutes just sound epic. Third, the new intro and closing using the quick guitar riffs (good stuff there).

It's a more powerful, put together, and awesome version of "Torn Asunder" (again, love that song), and it rocks, nicely done man :D.

Burn7 responds:

Awwww yeeeeeeah booooooooooyeeeeeeeeee :DDDDD

Hahaha I was hoping you'd like it :P

Glad you checked it out!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Awesome, again!

Ok so all your fancy musical stuff to me pretty much flys past me on most cases but it was interesting to read just for some info on how the song is composed. Now onto some actual reviewing shall we?

Ok, so the song started out with BOSS riffs. Awesome beyond awesome but unfortunately I heard that same awesome riff so many times it lost impact. That repetition just couldn't hold out in 4 minutes, maybe 2 minutes but not 4. As for the 9 guitars thing: was expecting something of a GODLIKE ending but that was a let down but hey, I set myself for it.

So my only real complaint is making such a tune this long when it doesn't vary itself that much. I know I bitch about pacing but knowing when to glide onto a soft bit then kicking back in helps revive even a repeated riff. It was awesome but just not worth that 10.

Maybe less caffeine and more PURE DISTILLED AWESOMENESS!

(as for the cowbell: you put cowbells in your metal songs? hmm, never noticed but then again I ain't hunting for cowbells while listening to an awesome tune. It's like looking for a woman's belly button when they have their tits out!)

Burn7 responds:

Man, you are hard to please :/

What with all these 9's you got me feeling like I should write some sort of crazy fucking dreamtheater bullshit just to satisfy your exquisite tastes.

This is, for the most part, a polished-up and redone version of one of my previous songs, "Torn Asunder". I wrote the song with the intention of it being very "Mainstream" and able to be combined easily with lyrics. So I provided long sections of open, heavy riffs for vocals to be laid over.

I know, I know... More shit about the vocals. Well this was a year ago, so :P.

I feel as though I have improved in my songwriting skills quite a bit since then. While covering it, I tried to brush it up here and there while still trying to keep most of the cover as vanilla as possible.

But then I kinda got carried away. I sort of just started experimenting with all kinds of stuff here and there, and eventually it ended up sounding completely different than I had planned. So I decided to cut it all short, snipped off the last Chorus/Outro and extended the last little Bridge section to include a few different lead guitar parts.

In short: I kinda got lazy after screwing around a lot, and so now it's way shorter and not at all what I had planned. But I still like it :D

Yeah, the 9 guitars thing isn't really that uncommon in modern metal music. Sometimes they triple or even quad track each guitar part. So they can end up with just STACKS of recordings playing over each other in perfect unison because they have amazing equipment and have a much greater accuracy in mixing than someone who has cheap, terrible software.

Someone like me.

Fucking THANKS FOR THE REVIEW! :D <3 you.

(Freaking yes I put cowbells in my music! I do it all the goddamned time! I don't make it very obvious, usually in a breakdown or something where there's just enough room for a drum fill where I can sneak it in haha)