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Love the instrumentals man. This track was nice and creepy. What kind of distortion did you use? If you like instrumental guitar stuff you should check out some of my work.
Gives an extreamly unnerving effect...
The begining makes me picture a group of zombie survivors leaving an infected city, only to be attacked by a huge group of them out in the country roads. The ending gives me the feeling that they didnt survive or that one of them barely survive and makes it on foot only to be a carrier of the desise and infect a new city.
Mind=Blown; An Experimental Masterpiece
Your piece of art here really took me places. It was a ride along creepy and macabre landscapes.
I listen to all kinds of music; from genres that most people haven't heard of or don't care about. I listen to a good deal of underground music, whether it's punk or metal or electronic, etc. but I also listen to a lot of experimental music, whether it be neofolk, post-rock, noise, ambient, dubstep, glitch, industrial, etc. I enjoy listening to really weird, dreamy out-there type stuff from time to time.
Your piece really captured the beauty of experimental music and was quite dark and I loved every bit of it. Parts made me think of noise while other parts made me think of dubstep and others, ambient, etc. It just had a lot of great elements in one song from different genres and you really just made something glorious and beautiful and full of depth and feeling.
I loved the dreamy background, I loved the heavy use of distortion on parts, I loved the keyboard, I just thought it was excellently done and had a great use of dissonance and atonality at parts.
And man, did it sound haunting.
very different yet still smooth
I KNOW! This needs to be put in a western movie flash or somethin :)
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.