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Aug 13, 2006 | 8:02 PM EDT
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2.9 MB
3 min 12 sec
2.80 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Rated 2.80 / 5 stars
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Metal, Rock - Heavy Metal

Author Comments

Very simple Death Metal song I made on GarageBand. I do Vox/Guitars.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


Cool riff, but too repetitive, try putting more riffs in than one, otherwise it was pretty decent quality on the guitar and the other instruments....
Bass is definately needed the guitar sound, is too weak without a bass guitar...
Vocals was not that much of, more of a speech, but totally ok...
Nice drums too...
How did you record it on GarageBand? I've got a profile there and have uploaded som tracks there... I like it 'cos of the honest reviews and the way of "exchanging" reviews...
I don't like it because the reviewers said my tracks were bad, haha...
Ok, I'll sum it up...
Ok song, with ONE catchy riff, with ONE guitar and "speechy" vocals...
Add bass, figure out more riffs and try making the vocals more into singing, (the speech thing is cool but it's a bit too much of it)
That's about all! (shit what a long review...)
Peace, Amen!

JoshIsaCunt responds:

Thanks, the speechy vocals were really just samples from Full Metal Jacket. The Vocals were supposed to be Death Metal growls, but I turned the pitch down because I thought it'd be cool, but after a while I couldn't recognize what was being said and I ended up not liking it.
And yeah, it is pretty repetitive, but for my first song for this project ( I just wanted to play around with it a bit. Future songs for RotCrotch will have more riffs and better drums (I had to use the drum rhythms GarageBand gave me because I don't have a drumset or a real drum machine) and definately some bass.
GarageBand was the only available software that I could use to record it (i'm stuck with a Mac G4 Laptop and GarageBand was already installed). I was just bored and I thought i'd use it to record a riff and add some drums to it to make a song.
Thanks again.