The intro was really good, I liked it, especially when the electric guitar comes in. I didn't like the next riff as much, though; too fast and chaotic for me, and it repeated itself too much imo. Both the pre-verse and verse riffs weren't bad per se, but they sounded really generic to be honest. Pre-chorus was pretty good and catchy. Chorus was ok, but it didn't really stand out. The breakdown, again, wasn't bad, but awfully generic, although i quited enjoyed bars 236-243. The outro was one of my favourite parts; a perfect way to finish the song.

Overall, I agree with you: it is extremely generic, and although that doesn't make it necessarily bad, it just sounds like an album filler to me

C4C? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1181370
My opinion is - it's a good piece, more deathcore-ish, the eastern feels in this stuff works good! Write more songs. Some harmonies are a way off, but..maybe it's your style)
I must also agree about the generic quality of it. I've literally heard that intro riff 2 or 3 times before in other songs, along with a few other riffs. The biggest problem I have is that I don't feel a very good flow in the song, and thats vital to any metalcore song. for example, i feel the chrous is too stagnated and maybe I'd recommend cleaning up the punches in there just to flow better. It doesnt mean it's bad, just incredibly derivative, but I'm biased seeing as how I'm just so jaded to most metalcore now.

if you don't begrudge me, care to cirt mine?

im just curious as to why you don't want to improve your creativity when you yourself call it generic.
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Good job. The riffs were a tad generic, but oh well, they sound good so whatever.

The chorus did'nt seem to fit the song to well, but its okay.

I think having more leads would help.