#1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKtC088fVcA

After 2 years of hard work on our e.p, "Skylines", we have decided to release a 2nd single for it, before we finally release it! This is the track that changed the bands perspective on music as well as giving us a sort of "skeleton" scheme to our music. This is Progressive, heavy, and melodic, the 3 defining characteristics our band has. We are ready to show you who we truly are. This track features one of the best musicians,ex band-mates,and hell of guitarist I've ever had a pleasure working with, Brandon Morrell. This music would have not been accomplished without him, and for that I will always thank you for.


* Studios/Producers/etc *

Backroom Studios

-The Music (guitars,bass,drums) on this track were recorded here.
Arrangement/Production in music done by Kevin Antreassian
https://www.facebook.com/backroomstudios?fref=ts

Voice Soaring Studios

- Vocal Production/Video Production/Vocal Coaching
by Jeff Alani Stanfill, who help me not only find my voice, but has help me stay motivated and kept me working hard!
https://www.facebook.com/jeffalanistanfill?fref=ts

Clearcut Recording

- The Vocals/Mix/Mastering were recorded here with Max Casanova
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Clearcut-Recording/107381595952196?fref=ts


* Session Musicians/ Previous band members on track*

Brandon Morrell - Guitars

Kreixon Herrera - Bass

Kevin Carafa - Drums
#4
I second Avery1's "wow"! That was superb! I'm usually a fan of layers (vocally) in music and harmonies etc to get that bigger sound, but you didn't need them. It seemed like it was one take for you and that was great - like you'd perform it live and rock the house. I liked the guitar riff throughout too. To be honest I don't think you need critiquing here for your band - you've already made it. If you were touring at festivals like Soundwave here in Australia I'd be there for sure in the front row. It reminded me a bit of Five Finger Death Punch meets Trivium.
#5
Quote by Stringz87
I second Avery1's "wow"! That was superb! I'm usually a fan of layers (vocally) in music and harmonies etc to get that bigger sound, but you didn't need them. It seemed like it was one take for you and that was great - like you'd perform it live and rock the house. I liked the guitar riff throughout too. To be honest I don't think you need critiquing here for your band - you've already made it. If you were touring at festivals like Soundwave here in Australia I'd be there for sure in the front row. It reminded me a bit of Five Finger Death Punch meets Trivium.

Thank you so much Stringz87!! Thats one of the nicest compliments I've ever gotten
#9
Trivium meets 5FDP... hahahahahaha, I was actually thinking really really close to that. Got both flairs to it, plus the guitar and musical additional aspects add into that assertion. I second Stringz and Avery's comments