#2
Idk if it's just me, but i don't think the vocals match what the instruments were doing very well. I thought the vocals sounded shrill in comparison to the relatively heavy instrumental parts.
Apart from that, I thought the vocals and instruments sounded good individually (vocalist reminded me a bit of August Burns Red's, not sure if that's an influence).
#3
Ah thanks man!
nah, our influences are mainly like tony danza, stray from the path, the acacia strain... just like heavy hardcore. Abr's isn't bad though! I just find that they get tedious.
#4
I agree! They're solid but nothing special. If your vocalist threw in some lows/pig squeals/ whatever into the mix then I'd feel a little more confident of his range, but he's definitely got a good energy from what I can tell. And i'm also a fan of The Acacia Strain hahah.
anyways, good luck on your quest for musical greatness!
#5
I like it, I am into old school hardcore also. The vocals are similar to 25 ta life and agnostic front. I think that the vocals are appropriate
#6
Thanks man! yeah we are pretty much doing Hardcore in Drop A Flat. We are trying not to be a deathcore band. Pig squeals are just annoying. We are working on a DIY CD so we will keep you guys posted on that shit.

Insurgence.
#7
why are vox in the left ear?
very very Good indeed! i just hear vox in the left ear >.>, transitions are on point, and god damn the fast circle pit shiz makes me nut! awesome

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