#1
I wrote this a couple of years ago and completely forgot about it untill today.
I made some changes now and I'd like to hear what you think of it.
Attachments:
just like that.zip
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#2
I thought it was great, felt repetitive at times and didn't really feel like it had a basic structure. I also felt like there was a lot of great energy that was lost in the song, maybe you could add some heavy percussion and distortion? Keep the same riff and scales and all that, but I think it could song amazing if you gave it more energy. You know what I mean? Try it.
#3
I'm not good with percussion so I'd just mess it up badly and I don't really see it fit in any part.
I'm glad you liked it, thanx for your comment.
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#4
I agree with Sief9, it was good but lacked energy in places and felt repetitive. However, I thought the strength of the song rested in the strings (especially, during the outro). Have you considered using the outro as a main riff (even an intro)? If you do, I would consider starting again from there, almost as a new song. If you use more elaborate strings, you could get away with only basic percussion, but some is necessary, Practice makes Perfect!

Take a look at my recent post:
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1181829