#3
Quote by GetOverINow
Amazing, man!


Thankyou! I am glad you enjoyed these pants.
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Quote by JamSessionFreak
yes every night of my entire life i go to bed crying because i wasnt born american
#5
Quote by day.break
The licks in this song made me crap my amazing pair of pants.


No refunds.
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Quote by JamSessionFreak
yes every night of my entire life i go to bed crying because i wasnt born american
#6
Quote by EpiExplorer
No refunds.


Your pants are better though.

EDIT: My original comment was meant to be like a "So good I crapped my pants." kinda thing. Not sure if I was misunderstood.
Last edited by day.break at Jun 18, 2015,
#7
Quote by day.break
Your pants are better though.

EDIT: My original comment was meant to be like a "So good I crapped my pants." kinda thing. Not sure if I was misunderstood.


I know, I was turning it into an in-joke that I found funny.
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yes every night of my entire life i go to bed crying because i wasnt born american
#8
Kinda sounds like if Obscura were to go into some kind of post-hardcore direction. I love the kinda quiet part around measure 120 or so. I love the harmony and varied chord structure. Anyway, I'm really jealous of your spendiferous pantaloons.
#9
I'm a bit new to this critique thing, so bear with me.

Quite a lot going on in this one I feel. High tempo, reminds me a bit of a darker Protest the Hero for some reason.

I like how it sort of calmed down around bar 59...

...and back to the high tempo lots of things going on! Not bad! And then into a clean part around 120, which is a great break again.

I really like the riff around bar 33 as well. It repeats a few times throughout, but I think you could utilize that even more. It's groovier than the rest, I feel.

All in all very good work, man! I can't find anything where I say "hey, that wasn't good", just a few things I'd like to have heard more of
#10
Not an exact fit, but I have wide hips and thin legs so it's hard to find properly fitting pants

However, I went into the changing room and took a bunch of selfies in them before neatly placing them back on the shelf.

(Really tho, while my interest in metal has severely waned, your songs are always really catchy and I do find them enjoyable. The lush Gorecki-esque chords you started using at bar 95 really tickled my fancy.)
i see your girl
G A Y
she leavin wit me

F O R
I'm playing wit her booty
in the back seat
M A D D E N
#11
Quote by imspazzen
Not an exact fit, but I have wide hips and thin legs so it's hard to find properly fitting pants

However, I went into the changing room and took a bunch of selfies in them before neatly placing them back on the shelf.

(Really tho, while my interest in metal has severely waned, your songs are always really catchy and I do find them enjoyable. The lush Gorecki-esque chords you started using at bar 95 really tickled my fancy.)


Oo, in that case, a new range in our brand has been released:

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1680731
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Quote by JamSessionFreak
yes every night of my entire life i go to bed crying because i wasnt born american
#12
Probably one of my favorite pairs of pants I've had the pleasure of wearing. I look great, brah! (Absolutely fantastic. I love the triplet feel of everything. The modality and chord choice and technicality of it all was great. The drums were very solid and had a nice groove for most of the song. When they started blasting, it was super effective. The riffs were very varied and diverse. I love the dueling nature of the riffs. There was some really cool parts on bass, for sure, but I think a non tremolo picked, possibly groovier bass line in the parts where you tremolo guitar chords would go a long way. But that's only personal preference. Your sense of melody is pretty special, as well.)