#1
Well, here is a new song. It's fairly heavy in my opinion. I can't really think of anything to describe it aside from the fact that it is in Drop D and has a decent amount of time signature changes. Oh, and the title doesn't really pertain to the song, just a name I liked.
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Last edited by soundgarden1986 at Dec 19, 2008,
#2
Awesome groove. I was bobbing my head from the get-go. Really nice and heavy but catchy, almost like something Soundgarden would write. Well done.

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#5
This is VERY GOOD!!
In Order:
A,C - Very Good Riff, Really Heavy
B,E - Not Bad, try to make it better
D - Good, Ok
F - Let's Funk!! Very Good
G,I - Good Bass Solos
H - Good, work a little more
J... - Not Bad
Add a solo!^^

Good work 8/10

C4C?
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#6
this sounds like something CKY would make.
in fact the start or the main riff reminds me of rio bravo
#7
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this sounds like something CKY would make.
in fact the start or the main riff reminds me of rio bravo


Eh, oh well. The only songs I've heard are Familiar Realm, 96 Quite Bitter Beings, and The Human Drive in Hi-Fi(I belive that's what it's called). Surely it's not exaclty a bad thing though right?