Totally unpredictable... and yet predictable lol
Vocal mixing needs to be improved and then add more melody, and then it will be way cooler than anything Fear Factory could come up with! :)
Keep it up man. Remaster to fully master!
Yeah, I have often thought about remixing the vocals, but like I mentioned to other reviewers, I just don't want to keep remastering my old songs (this one being from 1999 and all). I agree also that the song could have benefitted from a stronger melody. I have found that there are many things that should and could have been changed in my older works. Maybe one day I will find that I truly wish to rework this song, but for now, I am working on pushing forward; working on several collabs and hopefully will be able to bring those to everyone sometime soon. I am highly appreciative of your critiques and comments! I will most definetly keep it! Thanks for your great review!
I think that the vocals could have been better or louder in fact. But all in all it´s a decent song. Better than mine .
I appreciate that, but really I checked out some of your music and it's not bad. The quality could be better but that doesn't mean it's bad. Music taste is very personal and full of opinion, so while one person could listen to a song and think it's horrible another could love it; criticism is to be expected and I appreciate it. I have often thought about going back and remixing the song with new vocals (especially since I think I have gotten much better than when I did it in 1999), however like I mentioned to the reviewer before you, I just don't want to be known for constantly remastering my old songs. I learn from my mistakes and move on, hopefully improving my quality and skill along the way. Don't sell youself short, your stuff is pretty sweet (man in red, for instance). I'll be sure to stop by and give you some reviews! Thanks for your review as well!
I try to be constructive now so,the book,Necronomicon(i'd think that you mean the book of Satan...)is fictional,if that name would be Satans bible or Black bible it would be real,and could use some more quitar riffs with metalic edge,also more drums with faster or louder beat.
hope this was constructive for ur next song
The exert at the beginning of the song that references the necronomicon is from the movie Army of Darkness featuring Bruce Campbell; which the deadites from that movie is what this song is very loosely based around. And I appreciate the critiques, however, like I said in the song description, this song is many years old, created and mixed in 1999. I posted it just out nastolgia. There are many things I want to change about it, and I agree almost 100% with you, but I also hate to go back and change something I've closed (especially ones that are so old). The quality mainly suffers due to my, at the time, beginning emergence in doing industrial metal. I think most of my more recent songs have improved in almost all the areas you mentioned. Thanks plenty and I will try to keep in mind all you mentioned! Thanks for the great review!