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Jan 18, 2007 | 9:56 PM EST
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3.8 MB
4 min 11 sec
3.32 / 5.00

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Rated 3.32 / 5 stars
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Metal, Rock - Indie

Author Comments

A song a friend of mine asked me to make with only the melody she gave me.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Still as amazing today as it was in 2008!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Once again,

Your work is simply amazing I'm blown away by this song! Love the lyrics and the melody pure genius!!! :D

Setu-Firestorm responds:

Thanks. This is one of my older rock songs that I still really like even after I've finetuned my mixing skills since then.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


It's interesting, but the screaming really doesn't do anything for the song (this is my personal viewpoint, though). It doesn't fit well with the melodic parts of the song, and makes you sound like you can't sing. Which you can.

Setu-Firestorm responds:

I think for the most part that it's the style you don't like. This piece was meant to borderline metal as a number of alternative rock pieces do.

Thanks for the review.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Indie, eh?

Nice screams man. You really kill on those.
The song was really cool. Sorry I wasn't more constructive.
I could try to bitch about this or that, but...if you were more "perfecter" would be selling us this, rather than giving it, for FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE\m/


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fucking Awesome...

But I don't think that this is Indie. It's more Heavy Metal than Indie. But I did like the Midi track playing behind it, I usually don't like it when people do that but this time it did fit well with the song. Congratulations on learning the scream technique, Hope you will use it in a few more songs.

You got my vote.

Thanks for your vote, Quickbeam! You voted 5 for DSL (Jessie's Song), keeping its score at 5.00.

Setu-Firestorm responds:

I debated sticking this in the Heavy Metal category, but it still retained too much of the "indie-ness" to do that with it.

Thanks for the review.