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Date
12/26/2012
File Info
Song
12.5 MB
5 min 29 sec
Score
4.36 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.36 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Heavy Metal
Tags:
metal
symphonic
denx
plenilune

Author Comments

Okay, this is it!

Hello everyone and welcome to the latest song of DenX!
Welcome to 'Plenilune'!

I don't know how many hours i've spent on this song, but i know it were a lot!
Here i tried out some different drum pattern. Well, different from the usual pattern i use.
Also i've used a new recording technique which makes my songs now more clean than before.

First it was supposed to be a melodic song.
But somehow it just developed itself into a Symphonic-Melodic song WITH some folk elements.
That folk part i talk about starts @3:23. (influenced by Elvenking)
I'm so excited to present you this piece.

I hope you like it!
If not you should leave me a comment, at least!

Thank you for listening guys!

Reviews


zakniazaknia

Rated 4 / 5 stars

not exactly my thing but i like the mix of mellow then short burst of heavy very nice



JustShawnJustShawn

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

My ears are tingling with nostalgia!
Does that say anything?! It better or you deserve my size 11 combat boot upside your head \m/

Has an 80s hair & metal feel to it, and the touch of "folk tunage" just makes it even better!

Good stuff you got going here, I just wish the tempo was a little more upbeat.
That's all I have to really say about this piece :-D


lhceist41 responds:

Thanks Shawn.
Well yeah I just had the feeling to put those violins into this song.
Mainly because I've listened alot to Elvenking before I did this piece :)

Keep rocking!


EXHellfireEXHellfire

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Hey, pretty cool, though not the best I've heard by you. I'd like to know, though, why you stopped keeping in touch with me. You vanished, man :/



jaysummers759885jaysummers759885

Rated 4 / 5 stars

It reminds me of early Metallica/Megadeth/Iron Maiden. It takes me back when we all had cassette players that would run low on batteries, and take every song down a key, and slowed their tempo to a slow crawl. I would have loved to hear you go off with some fast Hammet leads on this too. lol. Great job man, I love the feeling.

~J


lhceist41 responds:

Hey Jay!
Thanks for your review.
Yeah, I've heard that already a few times - solos would be awesome, I know.
But I just didn't feel like there's a need of a solo in this song.

Thank you for listening to this :)


NiCK-NiCK-NiCK-NiCKNiCK-NiCK-NiCK-NiCK

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Firstly the production is absolutely lovely. The stereo on the guitar is awesome, sounds really polished and professional. The playing is really excellent also, reminds me a lot of iron maiden. I feel that vocals would push this to the next level though, especially at 2:17 when the heavy guitar cuts out. Anyway the track progresses forwards nicely and the jump to the irish-style violin is unexpected and awesome. All in all a great and mature piece of work. I give you 4 and a half stars in the hope that you'll add vocals in the future to push it up to 5. Well done Sir!


lhceist41 responds:

Hey, thanks for your review, man!

Well the vocals, yeah.
Actually I thought already about adding vocals before i finished this song because vocals would give this an unique touch.
But at the moment, I have no idea who could do those vocals for this song. Friends are actually too busy.
Definitely I would love to hear vocals on this.

Thanks for listening, keep rocking