HArdcore meets techno
The drums sounds like alot of hardcore groups use (Poisen the well etc) mixed with crazy synth work, if you used real guitars in this man...i'd have no words for it. Your progression is pretty though. You seem to stray from the typical song progression and use more rock structuring...then at 3:40 you do something strange. It sounds like you break out in a VNV nation breakdown hahah weird..i dunno what to think of that,,,hmmm i dunno anyways awesome work
Thanks lol. Yeah I'm actually setting up a collab with 2 people for actual drum and guitar recordings for this and Chaos pt 1. Should turn out well. Yeah I like to stray from typical anything. Something to give my music a unique feel, or as unique as it can be anyway. Odd that you would put VNV Nation in this lol. That's cool though. I'm glad one of the greatest industrial writers of all time is heard in my music :D And, I just realized that there are actual techno-core groups out there. Enter Shikari, etc. The breakdown you're talking about is actually from a prog/death metal band I was supposed to play keys for back in Florida. I changed the background progression a bit though, and I don't even know if they still play it. They're called The Hundred Handed if you want to check them out.
I like it but i think you could add heavier bass and some more distorted guitar.
Not too heavy, but heavy enough.
That's just my two cents.
I like the song overall.
Yeah it would probably be best to make it heavier towards the end where there is the synth melody with the (for lack of a better term) breakdown behind it. But yes, heavier it shall be. Would you want to join up with me and TwilightNecrosis for this one as well? Thanks for the review!
P.S. - I'm uploading 2 more songs today that are more recent, and the first one actually has a drum solo in it. :D
see previous review.
Awesome vision, excellent progressions... just lacks that feel.
Let me know if you want to double-team these beyotches.
Thanks lol. I definitely agree it needs the tone of a real guitar. Again, I'll contact you when I'm done, though for both if these I might actually be longer. I have to remember what I wrote since I can't save on the demo version of my program and go back to it later -_-
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.