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Heaven's Cries

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Don't know, if this fits in the Industrial Genre, but i'll put it here until someone says otherwise. But please don't low vote it just because it's in the wrong genre.

This one will probably be worked on more over time, but here it is so far.

The intro is a bit over a minute long, so bear with it, until the instruments jump in, please.


Chaotic and nice

The chiptune chorus at the start sounds a bit erratic but very nice as well. The industrial drums remind me a bit of Nine Inch Nails as well. The way the tune just flows seems to make feel strangely sad and happy at the same time like someone wearing one of those theater masks on stage.

The synth that suddenly comes in gives it that happy feel to it but it has a great industrial feel to it with the drums that keep on playing the whole time. Really have enjoyed this tune though. It was a great piece, good luck on future pieces.

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Kirbyfemur responds:

Yay 2 out of 4 like it! Lol I'm glad my song invoked those feelings in you, just means i'm doing something right :3

Production is nice

A large part of the beginning sounds very... noisy like thatbennyguy said, disjointed is the right term as well I am sure... I was trying to think of what to say without stealing his words but I can't really.

When I think of industrial, I think of groups like Combichrist and stuff. In my eyes, that is real industrial music... This just wasn't delivering the industrial feel to me, it sort of sounded like there was an epic choir singing, and then a hammer slamming on an anvil... I didn't really get in to this song until around the last 60 seconds or so, and that's kind of a disappointment because by then the song is already nearly finished.
I think you have a lot to work on, once it hit's around 2:30 the song gets really good.. It was almost like you had a 2 minute, 30 second intro and left the song to play for only about a minute.. That bothers me as a listener.

Just keep it up, hopefully this review will help in a way... Doubtful because I am not quite good with criticism on music of this genre, but give it a shot anyway.

Keep doing your thing

2/5 4/10

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Kirbyfemur responds:

Lol well i do plan on expanding the song, but i mostly wanted to see what people though of it so far, and the mixed views about it aren't saying enough to make any real drastic changes yet. but thank you none the less. What i would say about the genre issue when it comes to reviewing, if it doesn't fit the genre, don't vote based on that, i would say vote based on how good it is and make a comment about where to put it possibly. :3

Favourably produced, but noisy and disjointed

Hey kirbyfemur,

I'm not sure quite what to say about this one. It's very noisy, with lots of "industrial" type noises, especially in the first minute-and-a-quarter leading into the main portion of the song. I would say at about 2:30 the glitchy voices end, and that's where I started to get into the groove. That's about 2/3rds way which is a little late for a song, to say the least. I would improve on the uptake a bit.

The glitched choral voices and the mechanical shunts are experimental, but a little unsettling. It's very hard to try and be moved by this vibe of music, for me. Transitions could also be worked upon to bring that sort of "journeying" feel, as if the song is going somewhere.

This is noisy, industrial music. Most of it is focusing on the production of the songs and clanging of the beat rather than the melodic and harmonic components of the song. I would say that the style that you employ after 2:30 is better, simply because of the lack of excessive noise.

--Wow Factor--
There is that wow factor induced by the amazing skills of production, and the experimental nature of the song. But looking beyond that there is no real surprise as the song goes on, it kind of drones on in the end, until you're wondering when it will end.

--Personal Tilt--
I wasn't favourably disposed towards this song, mainly because I was trying to find its purpose. The two disjointed portions of the song didn't really flow. It's really important to unify two themes in the song if you're going to travel someplace with it. I thank you for letting me listen though, and I hope you find this feedback useful. Thanks.

--Production-- = 14/20
--Experience-- = 9/20
--Style-- = 10/20
--Wow Factor-- = 10/20
--Personal Tilt-- = 9/20




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Kirbyfemur responds:

Well i'm glad i seem to be doing really good on producing the songs lol I'm sorry that you haven't really liked my last couple songs though. But i like it, and it's the weirdness and chaos that i love about it, but your opinion has been taken and i will try to incorporate some of the things that you have talked about in the future :3

So this is industrial

I've always wondered what exactly industrial sounds like. Pretty unique! So in the middle of writing this review I saw that you mentioned this might not be industrial. Oh well.

Its got a good overall sound and could probably serve as a memorable track in a video game. That's what I see in it at least, I can't really imagine myself listening to this for the hell of it, ya know? And for this reason I propose that a more loop friendly version could be useful! Its got some catchy melodies in there with a good mix of pleasantness (to an extent, given the atmosphere) and uneasiness. I hope you understand what I mean by that haha.

In conclusion! It was a worthwhile listen and I enjoyed the originality. Keep it up! :)

Kirbyfemur responds:

Well unigueness is what i strive for, so i'm glad you liked it :3

I might try to make it loop better somehow, but that may be in the future sometime. Thanks!

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4.27 / 5.00

Jan 4, 2011
11:28 PM EST
File Info
8.5 MB
3 min 42 sec

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