Very nice sounding track! Only criticism that I have is that it gets a small bit repetitive, but either way GREAT JOB! :D
Thanks! And I think you're right, those last 40 seconds need something extra! :)
Man, I'm REALLY that hook from :37-:55. It sounds to me personally like Metalfied Indian or Nepalese influence. It might be because I've been replaying Far Cry 4. It reminded me of a \m/ (my attempt at throwing up the horns through text) version of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NcqtcAlo8w or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMCRWlDv4JE (google vid search "Far Cry® 4 trippy shit" and "Far Cry 4 Soundtrack - The Bombay Royale - The Bombay Twist" if links don't work through reviews. They'll be the top results. The title of the song fits especially well since I'm picturing a band consisting of sherpas up in the snowy Himalayas, melting, no, BURNNG a huge circle in the snowdrifts around them as they shred in a raging hailstorm. Like, snow actually catching fire. If i could paint, I'd want to put the mental imge I have right now down on s canvas.
"a hectic -minute metal track" indeed. Felt like my ears got run down by a dump truck filled with ice and blood. And I'm totally cool with that. I don't even have anything to nitpick about this either. It was just fun. Thanks \m/ . I do have a question though. It sounds like all the instruments were physically played. Even the drums. Are you and maybe some friends playing, and cleaning it up with some editing software? If not, what the hell are you using!?
Thanks for the feedback! Glad to hear you liked it :)
To answer your question, these demos are recorded and edited in Cubase. The drums are put together using EZDrummer 2 and then I record guitars and bass on top of that.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.