This song rocks! I really like the riffs, they sound pretty much "straightforward", that's what I like! :)
I also like that you used many breaks in this song, thus makeing it more interesting to listen to.
The flanger-effect you used towards the end of the song really fits in there, I think. It creates a good contrast to the parts before.
That was pretty fricken cool dude! If you weren't out in... God only knows where you are, I'd hella get together and jam with you. Love this song man. Keep up the good work and keep it METAL! \m/
That was one of the best reviews i've ever heard. thanks alot. \m/
Now that was nice, fast and actionpacked shit in the beginning! :) Drums were a bit to low in the mix but I can still hear em. Guitar tone is pretty much ok but I have to agree on the fuzz. Digitech somehow suckzorz with distortion.
Nicely played acoustical part, too bad the lead guitar is a tad too quite there.
Overall, cool stuff!
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Thanks for the good review. Digitech sucks, and your right.
Yeah, I really liked the whole song overall. Some fantastic riffing. Everything was mixed well. I liked the background vocal ambience too.
I read the way you record, I record the same way.
What kind of pedal are you using...cause I get the same fuzz...unless I use internal distortion.
Anyways, awesome shit dude. You play very well. I really liked the string accompanyment too.
Great job man\m/
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Thanks for the awesome review.
I'm using a Digitech Metal Master. Personally I think its too fuzzy and incoherent but what are you going to do.
The song is swell. No mistakes made, creative buildup, catchy riffs, nicely put together with the effects flying all over the place etc. But get some better ways/means of recording man. The guitar can sound so much better and that would definetly add up to the music.
Thanks alot for the good review. Right now im just recording through my sound card with a 1/4" to 1/8" converter. It really sucks. Im investing in a studio card soon.