... this was pretty good. But what I find interesting in Black metal are the melodius parts. It´s very often the "mangle vs melody" that brings forth the "good" parts in my opinion.
This song don´t have any "softer" (read; melodius) parts, but the mangle is good. U seem to be quite a good guitarplayer.
Anyway, here´s a short responce to your responce of my review of "Rebirth of The Antichrist".
I grew up on metal, mostly black metal, so i´ve heard alot (not that much nowadays than I used to though).
I know how quality sounded in b-m band in "the good ol´days", some are really sloppy, and some are really good, and some are really sloppy on purpose. In that song of ur´s I couldn´t hear the lyrics due to the quality, I´m from Sweden, but I live in Oslo, so yeah, I do understand norwegian :D And besides, even if it were top qual. it´d be difficult hearing well-reverbed growling lyrics anyhow.
The "bad qual." can be effective in some songs, like an effect to dirty things up a bit, making it sound more... erhm... evil, but I think it´s a little to dirty in the songs of u i´ve listened so far. Just my honest opinion, I hope u can take it the right way ;D
Now, if u haven´t checked "In Holes" out I strongly suggest u do (and leave me a review, will ya? ;). I will be submitting more melodius
b-m pretty soon, so keep ur eyes open! :D And yeah, try to see if u can hear what I growl in that song, It´s partly in swedish, partly in english and one sentence in norwegian.
Thanks for the kind comments. This one was without lyrics, so yeah. Black metal is so international for the main reason that you really can't understand the lyrics in any language, so their fans are pretty spread out. I tend to make my songs icy and reverb-y, with very energetic yet atmospheric guitars. Thanks again for reviewing.
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