#1
This is an ep/album my band recorded earlier this month. We were rushed to meet a deadline, so we recorded it all at home in one week and the guitar is sloppy on most tracks. Would love any input on any of the tracks. Will critic back as many songs as you critic.
Link(only crit one of the first seven songs!): http://soundcloud.com/yertleband

Thanks!!
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Is it like:
HEY BILL, I FOUND SOME ****ING HOMO DOWN HERE. LETS BEAT THE **** OUT OF THE UNNATURAL ******!
Bill: HOLD ON I HAVE TO BLOW MY LOAD ON MY GIRLFRIEND'S FOOT FIRST.
Last edited by joe sabbagh at Jan 28, 2012,
#4
listened to the first track bimodulation. I really liked it. Good guitar tones and the lead guitar was great. Good bass. Drums sound good. The vocals r very good..fits it very well. I would put a lil reverb on the vocals tho. The chorus melody is very very good. Catchy song. Love the rocking out at the end and the solo is amazing. Really great song. Keep it up man
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#5
Cheers for the comments.

Bimodulation : I agree with Texas_DB that the vocals sound a little dry in the mix. I also can't understand the lyrics half the time. Really dug the solo kicking in at 2:42 - my favorite part of the tune. Whether it be the mix or the amount of instruments, the song feels too shallow. I would want to thicken up the sound. More oomph in the drums. Bigger sounding vocals but keep the same emotion in them going - I dig that. You've got a very good platform for a catchy tune but for me to really sink my teeth into it... I feel like I need it to just be bigger and fuller.