#3
I dont think the first riff fits in very well, sounds very dcore to my ears, but after that it gets pretty good man
needs solo rawr
#4
Quote by x Misanthropy x
I dont think the first riff fits in very well, sounds very dcore to my ears, but after that it gets pretty good man
needs solo rawr


Solo is where it cuts out But still writing it, and im no good at writing them rly. messing around with sth though ^^
Hope to get updated version up soon.
#6
I like your tone a lot, its more original without all the drive people tend to use that make it sound too synthetic. Song is awesome too, you keep great timing and its nice to hear shear spead instead of the slow breakdown at the end. The end you have goin so far fits aswell.
#7
I have a rly bad practice amp and the gain is at 8/9... Fender Frontman 15watt
#8
this sounds very evil, what tuning are you using here it sounds like drop B also i think a real recording of this would sound pretty cool
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#9
doesn't sound very black metal to me, just death/thrash metal. it sounds ok, although quite light for a drop b sounding thing. with a solo and perhaps some drums etc it might sound better.

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