Your bending the strings WAAAY too much, it makes the opening riff sound like a horrible accident..., plus when you get distorted, it all just becomes weak...fazy, and just not a lot of power behind it...UP THE VOLUME ON THE DISTORTED GUITARS!!! MAKE IT BOOM!
And again, don't bend the strings so much on that "whaa" in the riff, it makes it sound out of tune, or something...that's all really...Great job FUNKBrs
I seriously don't understand how you can get a decent drum sound while managing to fuck right up with the distortion on the guitar... Compared to capturing drums, especially in reasonable stereo with no overloading mics, which you did wonderfully (might have heard the snare clip, not sure though), Guitar distortion is nothing. Use one of those 57s you got on the drums and put it in front of any cheepo guitar amp... either that or run a speaker sim if your into digital ;) But yeah, remember to keep volumes low and boost them later with a limiter... But I'm sure you already know that
Heh, I'm addicted to recording... I do crap for my friends all the time... check out my submission.
stop... it... please...
The drum part was sloppy, to say the least.
Metal, without lyrics, is way too dry. It would have been better with pointless screaming.
Grunge back in bizz?
This song reminds me of the short, but intence grunge-era at the begining of the 90s, at least the softer parts. And that was acctually the only thing I ejoyed, the rougher parts weren´t that good (the end totally sucked) But again, the soft part was sweeeet! Ditch the ruogh shit nxt time :D
I think this is pretty good, to be quite honest. I know it's the guitar parts and drum beats from "Above to below," but it sounds a lot smoother, a little bit colder. But the distorted guitar tends to loose a lot of definition and clarity when the song really gets going, and it's almost drowned out by the drummer.
Otherwise, it's a very good entry.