#1
Just started out with a basic chord progression, which transformed itself into a bunch of key parts, which led to heavy guitar parts. Let me know what you think! I don't usually write this kind of stuff.
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#2
the bending strings at the end totally made me think of Silent Hill

Record this, it'll be epic.
#3
Dude that sounded really creepy and atmospheric. Generally liked the whole thing, you chose good - and odd - rhythms for the guitar/drum work.

Some of it reminded me of Born Of Osiris with the heavy breakdown riffs with keyboard backing so good work there. I could only really see 90 - 105 being effective or fitting if there were vocals to go with it, otherwise it's too much of a drop in instrumentation to fit in.

Good work, you should record this.
#4
Quote by salamander121
Dude that sounded really creepy and atmospheric. Generally liked the whole thing, you chose good - and odd - rhythms for the guitar/drum work.

Some of it reminded me of Born Of Osiris with the heavy breakdown riffs with keyboard backing so good work there. I could only really see 90 - 105 being effective or fitting if there were vocals to go with it, otherwise it's too much of a drop in instrumentation to fit in.

Good work, you should record this.

Thanks man

Yeah, I just wanted to create a two-stepish part to give contrast to the rest of the piece. I know what you are saying, however I feel like it would sound a lot heavier when recorded. I could have put keys over it, but then I feel like the song would get boring just having keys going the whole time, which is why I just left it the way it is. Then I added them in later, just cause I couldn't resist
#5
ninja.kitty I just found this... did you ever record it? Love the melody at the start. I'm adapting the tabs for a standard turned 8 string and attempting to learn it.
#6
llignhoj Never did! It's in a long line of songs I would love to have recorded, but I don't the means to do so myself. EVENTUALLY