Whoooooooooooah buddy, this sounds awesome. This is the kind of stuff I really like. Time for review #2!
-That intro. It's really atmospheric and could use a bit more movement to it IMO (like, some melodies rather than just the pad), but those sound effects you use make it sound really nice and clean.
-Sounds pretty much like psychedelic rock to me, yeah.
-God, those drums are really tasty when they come in.
-Once again, nice mixing!
-Mixed feelings about the harmony of the delay from 1:40-1:47. It simultaneously sounds really cool and awkward. That's the main part where it's somewhat of an issue, the rest of the place it sounds really cool.
-3:14 has a really nice high-end reverb. I like how you're introducing more sound effects too, they sound pretty sweet and suffice as a buildup to the transition at 3:23. Suggestion - change the chords right at 3:11 and 3:20 so that they (A) fit in with the vocal note and (B) help the listener know "oh, a change is coming".
-3:07-3:11, I noticed the title! :D Do I get a cookie?
-I really like the parts at 3:23 and 3:42 (by the way, the transition at 3:42 is really nice). Slide notes are awesome.
-As I said, bit more movement in the intro would have been nice.
-The guitar solo has some wrong notes and rhythms, like at 1:20, 1:59, and 2:05. Remember, you can do multiple takes and split up the guitar solo into sections!
-I think the guitar should have stayed in after its solo, but gone into the background. Like, done some rhythmic notes - not the split chords that the other guitar is doing, but more of a percussive sound.
-Your voice is very listenable and really nice, but I have no idea what in the world you're saying. It's drowned out by the rest of the music. Try checking out stereo separation and merge them completely so it 'sticks out' in the center of the mix. This applies EVERYWHERE. (oh yeah, and stereo separation works even when you're panning it. Add the reverb after the stereo merging so that it can still separate a bit, but don't put on too much reverb because that'll make the words muddy)
-After about 2 minutes of pretty much the same drumbeat, I'm getting bored of it. Good thing you changed it up at 3:23.
-Starting at about 4:06, the delay harmonies start not working. You should be able to automate them out. Also, some of the slidey things and guitar SFX aren't working.
-Ending is bleh. Sense of conclusion pl0x.
Overall: I like this a lot better than your other one, but there are still some problems, and your solo is once again not very refined or fully good. As I said, remember that you can do multiple takes of the solo and even write a solo before playing it!
8/10 <--this was difficult to do. For some reason, the stars weren't appearing so that I could rate it very easily.