This is actually pretty good for something without words anyways. I wonder how the lyrics would go for this beat. I don't think it matters though, headbanging, mosh pits, and heavy riffs are all that matter here/
The guitar riff seems to be very well written here and I liked the galloping triplets you used here. I do not hear a bass line here, oh well. The drums sound really good and keep in good rhythm the whole way. Liked how the second guitar played notes on the lower strings which was great.
Overall, you did an excellent job here
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Yeah, I'm a bad bass player. My hand starts to hurt if I try to do gallops and such. If you listen to the section at 1:33 you can hear a bass line that sounds really cool.
It's hard to write good instrumentals as they tend to get a bit repetitive, but this is one of the good instrumentals.
I like the diversity very much here. Okay, the song is only about two and a half minutes long, but it's still very nice that you put so many different parts into it. And the best of all: The parts all go along very well together. There's not a single part where I thought: "Now the flow of the song is lost."
The very first part (and one or two parts after the intro) remind me a lot of Metallica. Maybe because I was listening to Metallica just moments before I loaded up this song, heh.
Aynway, very nice work man, keep it up!
The intro was inspired by metallica actually. The harmony part in leper messiah to be exact. After the intro harmony deal I take inspiration from megadeth. Then I go on to take inspiration from Iced Earth once the galloping starts.