#3
Just the chord that starts the song. The first one. The one which is played before the arpeggio.
#4
I'm listening to it.. this is kindoff cool TS

OT: MY Official diagnosis is that plenty of chords are being played, I advise you to pick one.

Why does the singer have to sound like such a metro sexual, emo cliche?.
#5
Its an Emaj7, which is an E major with an added major 7th interval, i.e. 1 3 5 7
So E, G#, B, D#
I'm not sure, but the voicing is probably half step down:

Eb|0
Bb|1
Gb|2
Db|3
Ab|x
Eb|1


EDIT: or maybe in standard tuning:


E|4
B|4
G|4
D|6
A|7
E|0
Last edited by sporkman7 at Aug 14, 2011,
#6
It's post-rock from the 90s. Bark Psychosis is one of the bands that started the post-rock movement. Nowadays, most post-rock bands lack vocals.
#10
Quote by TheClown
It's post-rock from the 90s. Bark Psychosis is one of the bands that started the post-rock movement. Nowadays, most post-rock bands lack vocals.



Nice elitism, bro