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Entities Of The Earth

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Uploaded
Mar 29, 2017 | 7:43 PM EDT
File Info
Song
11.5 MB
5 min 1 sec
Score
4.75 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.75 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
225 Plays | 10 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - General Rock
Tags:
rock
ambient
acoustic
prog

Author Comments

3rd song from my acoustic prog E.P

That rare time a song turns out exactly how you heard it in your head for so long,

Reviews


RagekajeRagekaje

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very cool!

That was a very clever and interesting use of acoustic guitars! They carried the same intensity that overdriven electric guitars usually have. The drums were powerful, tight, and though they were simple, they did a great job supporting the complex rhythms that dominate the piece. The bass was strong and full of energy, filling in all the gaps, and brought those chorus-like sections to life.

My only complaints are how scooped out the guitars are and how similar the early sections are. The acoustic melodies are often overshadowed by the highs of the strumming. The same goes for the electric solo around 3:00. I think they just need a little boost somewhere in the mid-range where the frequencies of their notes lie. As for the section similarities, its hard to pick apart the first few sections because all of the instruments are firing on all cylinders all the time. Consider having the drums drop out for one measure while the guitars finesse their way through an awesome lick, or maybe vice-versa. The drums could steal the spotlight for a measure to take the song back into a different section.

The low-key section near 2:40 is really cool! I like how the drums drive the rhythm while the guitars just come and go to highlight certain beats, then come in pushing these awesome tones!

I still think the track is way too awesome to let a couple of complaints get in the way! This is a really cool progressive rock track! Awesome job! Keep up the fantastic work!


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