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Date
01/20/2013
File Info
Song
8.3 MB
3 min 38 sec
Score
4.41 / 5.00

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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Heavy Metal
Tags:
old
metal
rock
derp

Author Comments

A 70's and 80's rock and metal song I composed. I suppose the best way to describe it would be if oldschool bands like Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith or Black Sabbath crashed into the old Metallica and Slayer. I'm not really sure why I made this song other than that it's for my brothers birthday on the 24th of January.

It lacks a proper songstructure but hes kind of a dick anyway so it doesn't matter.

Enjoy.

Reviews


la-yinnla-yinn

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nifty piece mate. The drumwork in the first half made my day.

Second half reminds me of playing tony hawk on the ps2, l0l

5'd for righteous fury and justice


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Lashmush responds:

Wai tahnk u.


AlgarothAlgaroth

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It kinda sounds like Valient Thorr. By the way, you're a dick also.


Lashmush responds:

You sound like Valient Thorr.


TremulosTremulos

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I love the drums in the first half of this song :3 Great acoustic sound and good humanizing with the dynamics. The guitars also sound really cool with the light rock distortion. I think it would be pretty cool if you made a full oldschool rock/early metal song, and also called it "Dad Rock" of course.

Apparently the only word I can think of to describe this birthday song is "cool", so... cool birthday song!


Lashmush responds:

not sure if i'll be poking with oldschool sounds anytime soon but it's fun to play around with vintage instruments and the early rock movement's way of composing riffs. gives insight into whats "heavy" and why.