#2
That was heavy, man lol. without vocals it sounds kind of empty, but I could see this sounding a lot like a Killswitch Engage song with vocals added. The riffs seemed pretty simple, but effective, which is good. I particularly liked the use of dissonant chords in the breakdown. Overall, without vocals it was pretty empty. If it was me, I would have put a solo over one of the verses or something to keep the listener interested. Otherwise it was a cool jam.


If you get the chance, and wouldn't mind checking out my thread and giving a little feedback here it is: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1522557
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#3
this wil be nice when the vox are sa on it. kinda like how i used to play the metas before i got to old and moved on to making rock tracks.
The riffs carry a melody and that's what i like about, it ain't about how fast and what weird stuff you can chuck in to be different. I'd have this playing in my car on the motorways.
nice.

Crit here if you like. Nowhere near as heavy though.
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1522523
#6
I got to thinking, since this is kind of boring and bland... Id love for someone to go over it and come up with some lead stuff! so if anyone is interested, please do it and let me hear what you come up with!
#8
Hey the use of death chords at the end was pretty awesome! over all i liked it. tones on point but it did sound like your bass sounded like there was an off note like around 3:10

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1526547 crit mine?
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