#1
Hey guys, my band, 86 To Nowhere, got our first three master recording back from the studio. The three tracks are called "Martyr's Cross", "Unstoppable", and "Here's To Hoping" - Just wanted some honest feedback. Of these songs, which one can you imagine being played on rock radio? Any production thoughts? Any thoughts at all really? I'm open to any honest opinion, please just give a reason. Thanks guys

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Last edited by KokoBastian at Sep 2, 2010,
#2
I could hear it on modern rock radio... I mean it's not really my style but it sounds on level with/better than the bands that get airtime on our local station during the unsigned/new talent hour. I got a little Layne Staley vibe coming from Martyr's Cross during the first verse with the vocals, but that's just me
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