#1
Well, since Megadeth greatly influenced our playing and style, we decided to pay them a tribute with covering one of their most popular songs...Hangar 18 from Rust in peace album. I know that most of you think..."Hell, this is gonna be so lame...", but please, just take a look...It took us a lot of time and effort to make it sound like it does...

Anyway...here it is, Hope you'll like it...



(all comments and critics are welcome...and feel free to rate as well )
#2
OMG
that kicks soo much ass
you guys were amazing

the guitar solos were great, great vox
cant wait to see more of your guys work
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#3
Very nice work boys, very nice!


Also really good vocals. At first I thought "wow, this guy sounds really close to dave mustaine, maybe it's not really him", but naaa that's a very good vocalist.
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#4
Wow nice cover, great vocals and well everything was great.
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#5
The rhythm and singing were solid, the tone wasn't the greatest, it sounds it was recorded direct? But whatever.

The guitarist playing the solos (you?) had a bit of the phrases off, and if you worked on your vibrato (which is a HUGE part of Marty's playing..) will improve your sound tremendously.

Just my two cents.
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#6
I'll say it again... it's nice to actually see posts by people who can actually play and not see the billionth post of some crappy ass, half thought out video cover. Awesome job guys!
#7
Holy **** you guys nailed it!
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#8
Thanks for comments everyone. We did our best (so far )...


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The guitarist playing the solos (you?) had a bit of the phrases off, and if you worked on your vibrato (which is a HUGE part of Marty's playing..) will improve your sound tremendously.


Yes, it's me (although we both play solos, but the other guy has a good vibrato). Thanks for the tip...I usually don't play much solos, so this was a great challenge for me and a test of some sort. I really need "constructive critique", so thanks...