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Uploaded
Dec 20, 2011 | 9:40 AM EST
File Info
Song
9.7 MB
4 min 15 sec
Score
3.73 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.73 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
712 Plays | 29 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Heavy Metal
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Author Comments

Note : we are pretty influences by Deftones, Tool and Pantera.
I'm the drummer :D
We're not pros, so the song was kinda harsh to mix...

Feel free to leave a review, we'd love it !
Thanks

Reviews


doubledoomdoubledoom

Rated 4 / 5 stars

clearly says progressive rock metal mix at the top with the slash use. Tool is my favorite band as is each band maynard james keenan has ever been in and he does the same things as such song.. he is better of course hell of a lot better but he clashes metal with alternative mixtures and highly progresses along in each song which now is known to me his three bands a perfect circle, tool and now puscifer.



MinutemanMetalMinutemanMetal

Rated 3 / 5 stars

This is not metal. . .

First off, (as above), this is not metal, your snare drum and bass drum are not intense enough for it. Now that aside I don't know nearly as much about rock as I do about metal (I don't even know what sub-genre this would be). So your guitars at times sounded very poorly record, with notes blending into each other, it made the whole thing sound bland at times. Next your entire song is very (yes very) repetitive, change it up a little; there is no reason the base rhythm or even tempo have to stay the same. Second, your singer needs some serious work, all it really sounds like is somebody making a "waaaahhh" sound into the mik with the same rhythm as the guitar, cleaner cut vocals would help a lot. Your guitar is good, but some of the effects you use on it (I have no idea how a guitar works) really don't fit.
Sorry about railing on you so much, the song itself wasn't actually that bad (as shown by the 6 stars I'm giving it), though rough around the edges (as to be expect from a starting out band). Lastly you ending was perfect. (last 40 seconds or so)

And to put out one last general tip:
Each instrument has its own part. Make these parts unique. Don't make them match each other, make them support each other.

Good luck to all of you.