I really enjoyed this song. You know, you should try to listen to it in the ssame way I did. I listened to this song alone in my dark room. And that was a real pleasure.
I do it once in a while hehe. Thank you for reviewing, glad you liked it!
reminds me of halo somewhat i to use garageband but i can now mac crshed -sadface- me nd my friends loved making beats
This song sums up just about how I felt this past week. I think I'm okay now, but You know how it's fragile right? Assuming that you've felt similarly, I think you'd get that, it's kinda like how a wound hurts extra when you hurt it again when it's healing. The part with the guitar sounding like a cat meowing brings to mind rage, and the feeling that no one cares in this world anymore, and the rest just the loneliness. It's probably been the best depressed song I've ever heard.
I'm glad it touched your feelings, and yes, it does hurt. Thanks for the kind words and the cool review buddy.
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.
A definite Tool influence as far as tone goes. I can also tell that you're really influenced by prog rock and metal. Overall, I have to say that this is a pretty fine lil' instrumental. I can definitely see a character in a movie losing their sanity to this song as an overture.
<3 Tool. You Sir guessed really well on my influences, thanks for reviewing! Very much appreciated.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.