Ugh, this is embarrassing.
Don't know why I was so egotistical about this when I uploaded it.
I guess I needed a year long break from FL studio (and judging how buggy it is on linux, I don't think I'll be returning to it any time soon...)
I mean, I didn't really know anything about musical theory back then, or DAW software for that matter. I learned by doing, and never took lessons.
My process was (on piano) hitting notes until I found a combo that sounded good, harmonious, and (FL Studio) spamming filters and badly EQing.
Song is too noisy, too polluted. Spammed the bass boost filter, went too nuts with the notes, not letting the sustain cool off. Used the same Sytrus presets all the time. Sounds like a generic metal song, actually...
Looking back, this deserves a 2.5 at best.
On a related note, I wish I could record some of my piano improv sessions these days. Learning theory has to be one of the best music related decisions I've ever made. Knowing what to call the chords I've already figured out from ten years of playing piano with no training, knowing how to extend them to other scales, and thus becoming much better at matching and making patterns. Minor 7ths. Fuck I love minor 7ths.