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Date
12/17/2011
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Song
3.1 MB
3 min 25 sec
Score
4.55 / 5.00

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MOONBURN: RISING LP

TRACK 1: MAMMOTH
TRACK 2: ANTI_U (BLUSTLI-RMX)
TRACK 3: FALLING
TRACK 4: DUB_LIFE (JSG- RMX)
TRACK 5: RISE!

This track is a piece of arena remix dubstep (made with a house structure and totally mixable with house). Uses assets of a Blue Stahli track (the vox and guitar) he put out for remixers, so no legal issues.

All responses received gratefully (ESPECIALLY the negative ones), and all responses replied to.

Album art by Karl Harris.
All production MoonBurn (AKACCMIOF).

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sirhangbuiksirhangbuik

Rated 5 / 5 stars

1 word: Awesome ;)


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NumiNumi

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Mind-numbingly brutal. :D

This track thrilled me quite a bit. Not the best intro, in my opinion. It seemed a bit out of place after hearing the rest of the song. The bongos, the squeals, just.. eh. Didn't strike me as great, kinda put my hopes for the track low.

Clean vocals come in at 0:45 with just the squeals - I see what you did there. I see where the intro came from, as obscure as it was. Good build up. My only concern there was the vocals were a tad quiet to me. Screams start, get all chopped up, great buildup for the boss drop you built.

Bitcrushed filth, high pitched stabs, great drop. "BE THE END OF YOU" being screamed throughout really made it for me. Nice. Brutal vocals for a brutal drop. I dig.

2:11, the guitars come in with a two step beat and the stabs continue. Nice transition/buildup. 2:24, a metalcore style breakdown with dubstep basses. So pro. I personally love the fusion of those genres. I found myself bobbing along to the beat. I could totally see a mosh pit opening up in a club right around here. Brutality and filth are a NICE combination.

5/5 right here. Some of the best dubstep on the NGAP right here.


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AKACCMIOF responds:

Just wanna say: XD