ProgFripp74
UG's Djent maestro
Join date: Nov 2010
784 IQ
#2
Technically that was pretty good, as far the actual song goes it wasn't anything special.

There wasn't any melody throughout or with the techy parts, which makes them a bit awkward to listen to.
There wasn't much groove, it was basically chugging with slight intervals.
And I can't really say much more because that was all the song really consisted of, it wasn't really djent anyway, it reminded me more of tech-deathcore stuff to be honest.

No disrespect, you're a good player, the song just wasn't my thing.
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eg341sc
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Join date: Jan 2013
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#3
It's cool, I like the influence But like the guy above said. Just try to have a bit more of your own style, though I REALLY like it. You're a pretty damn good player and I love the technical side to this song the most along with the shredding.
Imperial Throg
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Join date: Jul 2007
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#6
all the riffs were awesome, i was nodding along hah. the structure could be better, particularly between the first and second riffs, i think theyre both feel too similar, something else should go between them, something fast perhaps.



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Join date: Jul 2007
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#8
It almost looks sped up your hands move so fast when you sweep, kudos.