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Aug 26, 2009 | 7:28 AM EDT
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4.1 MB
4 min 26 sec
4.10 / 5.00

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Rated 4.10 / 5 stars
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1,865 Plays | 100 Downloads
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Metal, Rock - Heavy Metal

Author Comments

Alright, about time, no? I think this is my best yet. Forgive the sloppyness I was rushed. Mostly by friends. But personally I think this is my best work. I was really really really happy how this turned out. I can't wait to hear from "fans" so be sure to comment and rate!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Yeah, This Goes Alright



Rated 5 / 5 stars


For some reason this brought back memories from the game Doom made in 1993 by id software. Tells you how old I am right. lmao. Good track though bro. Some killer pedal hits and sweet sounds from the axe. It would have been nice if you explored a bit more with the drums though. The guitar is outstanding, but you could add a bit more rhythm guitar to the mix. Other than that the song was sweet assness. :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Even with the recording/ mixing flaws it's something i'd listen to every day...Rock on!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good to see some good metal

Its hard to find anything really good on here, but I noticed that you used the same beat on the drums for the other song "Through The Dark". What I find makes it easier is to make it on guitarpro5. Need more info on it just private message me.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad

You have a great start here, but like you said, it is very sloppy. There are several parts that really stand out as not mixed properly or recorded right. The gaps between the guitar parts is very obvious, and makes the guitar work sound very choppy. You don't necessarily have to record the guitar line all in one take. I don't even do that. Just work on your mixing and overlaying parts so they don't sound so choppy.

The drums sound great, but they really give a bad off beat feel. The rhythm of the drums doesn't seem to want to change; they just keep playing the same thing over and over, which starts to get really monotonous. You should also consider turning up the guitars, and try equalizing them a little better. Right now, it sounds like the drums have been mastered, but the guitars were recorded, then untouched.

You probably know all of this, you just rushed it. That's fine, but make sure you take your time on future tracks so they don't sound so sloppy.

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mobious622 responds:

Drums are loops. I don't have too many. And the guitars were recorded with a Rock Band USB microphone between. Plus, I use Audacity to record. But, thanks for the feedback. I'll work on it.