At 5/2/13 10:52 AM, Viper50 wrote:
It's not bad. Keep us posted as to when you have more stuff.
if you want I can send you a link to one of two a shitty hour long guitar only things I recorded xDI've been trying to get some form of a band together for a bit now....though at the moment I kinda want to do a one man band type of thing. But since I don't have drums at the moment I can't do much. I mean I have 6 guitars and my sister has 4 basses that I can use not to mention she has a few bass amps that would be interesting to use. She has two Ampegs. One is a V4B head on an SVT cab from the late 60's - early 70's. The other is just a SVT cab she bought for like $400 that she puts the head off of her other amp on. I just have a small 15 watt practice amp and a late 70's Gibson amp.
it just sits there unlisted on YouTube and no one listens to it anyways....
Damn dude, you got yourself some gear... Give that stuff some use and learn how to programme drums or something. Well I'm telling you to do that, but if I knew how to do that, some of my stuff would roll faster, and still I just don't have any interest in learning how to do such thing... Also, I've just noticed my drummer posted another song on youtube if you want to check out, this one is more doomey and psychedelic, here you go: Siberian Fire - Mantra
Also, send me your Youtube stuff, I've an youtube channel too, and I know how it feels like to have no one listening to your stuff.
Well, and since you're talking about one-man bands, I also have another project that I kind of promote in my newground's sig, it's called A Lifetime Dying, and it's what I really really really love to do, I will only say it's a Post-Metal project, because my influences range from Melodic Death, to Doom, to Sludge, to Groove Metal and it all mixed just kind of sounds like Post-Metal to me...
It's a one-man project in the way that I do everything except the drums since I never got to play them, but I'm trying to make it a band where it just happens that I'm the main composer and the mind of the thing, from writing lyrics, to sing them, to compose the melodies and rhythms, etc. Luckily I've been supported by a friend of mine who plays drums(the same guy who plays the drums in Siberian Fire), and listens to my guitar recordings, demos and w.i.p's and he composes drums for me, well I end up recording the guitars at his home because I'm unable to get good audio quality at my home with my poor gear.
Also, another friend of mine who plays bass departed from his previous band because the guitarist emigrated and I convinced him to play with us, but now we're too occupied with Siberian Fire, and he's playing with us in Siberian Fire aswell, yeah kinda, confusing, it's like the Norwegian Black Metal scene, where you have dozens of bands with the same members but differente names. It saddens me that we never practiced A Lifetime Dying songs anymore, but I'm always composing new stuff, so the idea will never die.
If you're interested you can check one of my songs from the project A Lifetime Dying: Ionization My voice wasn't that mature back when I recorded it haha.
http://www.youtube.com/user/sirjuandiablo Here's my youtube channel in case you want to check it out, I post covers, original ideas, jams, only guitar stuff.