#1
something i've been working on for my band. it's riffy, with some sections intended to be vocal led (especially the choruses).

i'm still tweaking the structure, adding dynamics and trying to streamline it - and im in the process of writing a suitable bridge; the ending was thrown in for jokes, but i want to use it somewhere in the song.

has a few rock clichés and progressive elements. overall, im quite pleased with how its coming together.

let me know what you guys think. the track's on my profile; http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/haz_uk/
#2
The chorus was a bit boring, but that's probably because it needs vocals. The bridge before the clean outro was very nice. Good stuff.

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#3
Very Lamb of God (even the title), good stuff, your guitar tone could use some work, but the drums sound pretty good. Riffs are definitely sick although I wasn't really into the chorus. Get some vocals on that and it'll be pretty nice.
#4
thanks guys.

i used a £70 toneport with podfarm - its hardly an axe-fx, so it isnt really going to get any better than that when it comes to getting a clear and slightly djenty tone :P it fulfills its purpose of getting ideas and demos down though.

i agree that the chorus is naff to listen to instrumentally, but if you consider most modern rock and metal bands rely on the vocalist to drive and lift the chorus. laura, our singer has trouble writing melodies when there's too much going on. it sounds boring, but it's for her benefit.
#5
Quote by haz_uk
thanks guys.

i used a £70 toneport with podfarm - its hardly an axe-fx, so it isnt really going to get any better than that when it comes to getting a clear and slightly djenty tone


I disagree. I've heard some fantastic tones out of POD Farm. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBMWniG-s_U