#1
Heyya. Quick little chord progression for you all to ponder over:

e--2--0--1--2-
B--3--1--3--3-
G--2--2--3--0-
D--4--3--1--2-
A--2--1--3--0-
E--x--x--x---x-

Cheers and thanks for your help (:
TheAscendant
#2
Well, everything is in a key (except atonal music). There are lots of accidentals used in your chord progression. You just need to listen to it and hear where the progression resolves to. That's your key. I would say it sounds like B minor. That's because of the first and last chords. Playing the first chord after the last chord sounds resolved.

BTW, sounds cool.
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