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Fight for our Future

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Uploaded
Mar 10, 2014 | 10:48 AM EDT
File Info
Loop
11 MB
4 min 49 sec
Score
3.34 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.34 / 5 stars
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807 Plays | 28 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - General Rock
Tags:
future
fight
for
our

Author Comments

One of my biggest issues right now is that I'm going to school, and I'm unemployed. In other words, I'm financially dependent on my parents. I'm literally one step removed from living in their basement, which I probably would be if we had one. Sometimes, tensions get so high that I wind up getting into heated arguments with my parents, especially my dad.

Let's just leave that where it is.

My current situation is where the title of this piece came from. Corporate outsourcing had fucked the country up so bad that no one can get a single fucking job unless they 1) have a degree, 2) have experience in the field, 3) have tits and/or an ass, or 4) can give serious head. Shit like this has made me a very pessimistic person, so I try and vent my feelings with the music I make in a way that makes it sound like I'm not. It's sad that the economy is the way it is right now, but I try and deal with it in the best way I can.

Please review and vote.

Reviews


ManhartManhart

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I agree with wyldfyre1 with the potential. It could be SO epic! It really needs a bass to complement the beat and the base chords.
The song hasn't got the traditional progression - but it is actually how I make many of my own songs. The melody you use here is actually pretty close to something I like to play on my own guitar - which sounds so damn goood.
It would be cool if I could make a version with real guitar? :)


Treviabot92-Virstein responds:

No doubt you'd make it better than I could; live or even recorded metal almost always sounds better than synthmetal. If you want to do a cover, then by all means, go for it! I've no place stopping anyone from doing exactly what I did to get started, nor inclination to do so.

To be completely honest, I haven't put much thought into this piece lately, but I agree, it could sound much better. I really want to keep that bass line if I can, because I made it that way so it'd stand out. Ultimately, though, if that's screwing up the song, I will of course ditch it in favor of the song itself.

Thanks for the review!


wyldfyre1wyldfyre1

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

This has a lot of potential. It just seems to be missing something. I can't even put my finger on what. It just feels almost... empty? I don't know I can't even really explain properly. I think maybe the instruments chosen is whats throwing me off on this. Maybe add a bass line that kinda mimics the beat as well. Anyway its not too bad buddy it could just use a little love.

Wyldfyre1


Treviabot92-Virstein responds:

Well, the only reason the bass line didn't imitate the drumbeat was because I didn't want it to. I felt it wouldn't pop out as much if it did.

Thanks for the review!