#1
Hi everyone,
A Haunted Mantra is back with two new songs for your listening pleasure. Involuntary Spinal Subluxation and Pillars of Creation (Instrumental) are entirely self-produced tracks that we recorded over the past few weeks. We are very proud of our work and we hope you enjoy them as well.

Involuntary: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPYjlN3QMuQ
Pillars: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYXvN29xPQw

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Best regards,

AHM
#4
Involuntary- Like the intro, sounds good how you have a few layers of guitar tracks there. Change of rhythm to the verse riff is very good. Vocals are good, maybe very slightly too high in the mix if anything. Generally, the production is excellent though. Like the change to the clean guitar and clean vocal part. Solo is very good and well executed, sounds great when goes into the riff again and some more lead work is a great way to end the song. I like the structure, different parts keep coming in, which keep it interesting, but they fit together well. The riff that comes in at 1:00 was the sort of thing that I've heard a lot before in melodeath, so I though the rest of sing was gonna go a bit generic, but it certainly didn't, it was great!
Well, I certainly enjoyed that, so might as well crit the other one as well

Pillars- Nice quiet intro, very calming. Sounds good when the heavy guitars come in as well. It's cool that you have that quiet section though, adds some contrast to the EP.

Overall, that's some really excellent stuff you've got there, you should indeed be very proud. I subscribed on YoutTube.

C4C?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1508244
#6
So I had a listen to Involuntary Spinal Subluxiation and I've got mixed feelings on it. The intro was pretty cool, but when the verse(?) riff came in with the vocals, it just wasn't that interesting. It just felt quite generic. After 1:42 the song had some more interesting sections. The solo's nice too, tight playing. So generally the song was alright, I enjoyed it, but I didn't think it was anything amazing.

Production-wise, guitar tones were good, the drums could do with a little work, I could barely hear the bass drum and snare could be a bit better. The vocals sounded good but I thought they were a little too high in the mix. But generally, quite a good mix.

Nice one man.