Be a Supporter!

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Date
01/20/2013
File Info
Song
4.3 MB
2 min 53 sec
Score
4.55 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.55 / 5 stars
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Genres:
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Author Comments

So the Prophets of Impending Doom have released an EP called the Suppering. Here's the second track from it. If you want the EP, we have a bandcamp where you can buy for less than the average price of a coffee from the local cafe. You can find the bandcamp through a link on our facebook, which is here:

http:// www . facebook . com / Prophets. Of. Impending. Doom

(Just remove the spaces)

This song's about a fellow who callously kills sandwiches by eating them. Sandwiches named are Sandwich Von Gee, Sandwich LaBrie, and Sandwich Sandsky.
Trumpet solo by Clarrie Duncan,
Trombone solo by Chris Whitworth
Lyrics by Clarrie Duncan
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Ashley Miller at Doomgara Studios.

Reviews


CynicalFruitCynicalFruit

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 11, 2013

I love the beginning!
Is there by any chance I can get Bass tabs?


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Clastodon responds:

Unfortunately, no. We've only started writing out music fairly recently, and that's notation, no tabs. Also our bass player tends to ignore what we write and make up his own stuff, so only he knows what he's playing. It's fairly easy, the chords are Cm, A flat, G. Hopefully you can work it out from that and by ear.


FustigateMFustigateM

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 11, 2013

If i wasent playing this song to a room full of drunk people Im pretty sure i could pick out what your saying =D reading them would really help though.

i guess i've spent enough time listening to streetlight and tech haha.

5/5 and DL, this song's going straight onto my playlist lol


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Clastodon responds:

I don't think this song has ever been coherent live. With the recording the verses I had to record lines 1/3 and then 2/4 in order just to get it this clear. I wanted a song with a lot of words in every line and it sure let me know quickly that I'd bit off more than I could chew with that.

Pretty sure the words are available on facebook and bandcamp. The song makes so much more sense once you realise the actual words I'm saying.


UncleCuboneUncleCubone

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 8, 2013

God I love ska, though it feels like I'm the only who can actually understand the words. This is a great song, I'll check out more of your stuff.


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Clastodon responds:

Nobody can understand the words unless they read them. This is what happens when you think "I should write a song where I spit out the words super fast like an early Suicide Machines song!" :P

Thanks for the review.


NoisyNoisy

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 24, 2013

I might use it for a short animation.

Good song e_e



AtlasAtlas

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 27, 2013

Great Intro. The vocals are hard to understand. Besides the vocals this is a good song. The guitar seems a bit quiet. The trumpet solo was good. The trombone solo was even better. I feel the whole song should've been faster and not just certain parts like 00:39 - 00:52.

Final Verdict Is This Song Is Ok But I Think With Louder Guitar and Cleaner Vocals This Would Be Rated At Least 4.80.


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Clastodon responds:

Dude, the vocals are extremely fast and difficult to get out, it took quite a takes to get them right in recording, and we've played over half as fast again and it's just impossible to get them out correctly.

The trombone solo is better than the trumpet because he's a much better muso than me :P

Also, the chorus is NOT faster than the verse, it's just the guitar/drums that have changed to a much heavier style. The whole song remains the same tempo until the end, where it speeds up a bit.

Thanks for the review!