#1
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Bass, vocals and guitars by me.

The song is not quite complete, there is to be a lead in the middle part, but I'm waiting on a friend. I hope you enjoy my latest song.

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#2
Pretty cool, I can hear your hand getting tired of downpicking all those notes, I don't play blame ya its pretty hard.

I like the arrangement, pretty cool, the vocals were above average, nice job.

I would add more grit for the gang vocals in what I think is the chorus.

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#3
Thank you. Multi-tracking to get the good sounding group vocal is a difficult task. I tried to make it sound like it wasn't all just me. Haha.
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#4
great feel to this, heavy with an old/new thrash feel. i felt it ended from no where though. i think it would've been better to fade out on a riff after the solo, but apart from that minor thing it was a real good song the guitars were tight.
good job.
#5
Good job, the guitar riffs were sweet, kinda Metallica sounding. The vocals were nice, they sounded punky. The solo at the end wasn't bad, but I noticed something on all the hold notes. No vibrato. It's probably one of the most overlooked techniques on guitar, but it sure helps a LOT to use it. I'm not sure if guitar is your main instrument or not, or how long you've been playing, but consider it. But anyways, it was a great song, good production and stuff, good job.

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#6
Recording sounds pretty good, i can hear that you sometimes cant keep up with the stroking so maybe work on that a bit, the vocals were cool man, really good feeling with the rest of the song.

All in all i enjoyed listening to it, and i think when the guitar and drums are a bit better in sync and you get a little more dynamics into it its a solid song
#7
Metal105: Thank you, lead guitar is not my forte. I'm actually kind of new into it. So I'm working on that. Thank you for your critique.

Guywithoneeye: Yeah, my music reflects the genres I love, I'm really into 80's metal, be it glam, thrash, and some of the out there things. I also love punk rock; the Misfits, Ramones, and such, but my biggest influence is probably Nirvana. Vibrato is actually one of my specialties I've been told... I just never thought of using it. As I told Metal105, lead is a new thing for me and when it comes to writing my solos I'm always thinking of the techniques that get people excited like tapping and junk like that, I tend to forget my basic skills such as vibrato.

iMaiden: I think I'm deaf or something because you're the second person that told me it sounds like my picking goes off. I can't really hear it, blah... but I agree I don't practice like I should, I should be a lot tighter on rhythm. Thank you for the vote of confidence on the vocals I ALWAYS appreciate that. Many people where I live (a small secluded island) told my band to replace me as a singer... but if they do they basically will lose their song writer aswell, because I won't stand for that.
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