#2
Wow this is seriously pretty amazing.

Great guitar parts, loved the clean tone. Vocals are great, some of the best stuff I've heard on UG. This song felt like it should be on the radio, it's very professional. My mind's at a blank for words, but really this is one of the best things I've heard on UG, great job.

It'd be great if you could crit mine, you don't have to though. It's somewhat 80's ballady. https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1223285
OH LAAWDDYY!!!!
#3
hey man, typing as i listen, the first thing I notice is obviously the good quality — it always makes songs much more enjoyable to crit. The vocals are very good, and I also dig the clean guitar tone. I like the distorted palm muted picking going on in the second verse as well. I can tell how this was inspired by the ballads of 80's metal, especially with guitar squeels going on in the background at some points haha. The bridge feels a bit too empty in my opinion though, like if sebastian bach were the singer, there would just be a bunch of "ah yeahaaaeeaaahhs!" going on. But overall I'd definitely call this a successful ballad! And i'm in Austin too. Kickass. Check out my song if you get the chance:https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1223292

keep on rockin
#4
Nice song that's pretty well recorded. You need a little bit of de-esser on the vocals (or more if you already have one), there are a few spikes during the chorus (even if that could be due to the compression algorithm of MySpace). The second verse doesn't flow as well as the first to my ears. I wonder if the muted parts are quite in time. The breakdown at 2:50 needs something, a guitar solo would fit well. End on a screaming high note and the 80's are back!!
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