#2
It's catchy but not highly technical. This sounds like the kind of thing I would expect on an early Slayer release or perhaps from a borderline popular black metal band. Not that that is a bad thing.
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#3
Quote by BV-95
It's catchy but not highly technical. This sounds like the kind of thing I would expect on an early Slayer release or perhaps from a borderline popular black metal band. Not that that is a bad thing.

I thought it was more to get a headbanging riff than a crazy technical thing?
#5
Quote by foolman
I thought it was more to get a headbanging riff than a crazy technical thing?


What do you mean? I was just describing the riff. I didn't say not being technical was a bad thing.
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#7
Quote by BV-95
What do you mean? I was just describing the riff. I didn't say not being technical was a bad thing.

Hey, sorry i miss understood . Thanks for the feedback
#9
The harmonic isn't thick enough, and as such it really takes away some of the intensity from what is otherwise a decent riff. Your shirt definitely speaks to your influences I would say.

For a riff, nothing mind blowing but it could be some fun shit if elaborated on. For a competitive entry, probably not enough to say "look at me and what I know how to do!"