#3
Not too sure about the guitar tone, sounds too fizzy scratchy for me.

Mix-wise I would turn down the guitars quite a bit as they are drowning the drums, particularly during the tremolo picked/blasting sections. I can also hear the beginning of when you punched in and started recording the guitars in some places, so I would look at covering that with fades.

Now I am at the second half of the song and that solo is pretty freaking cool. Again, turning down the rhythm guitars here would help.

As a whole I like the track, I do think it needs vocals to be complete. If you sort the guitars and add vocals this could sound very good.

Here's a link to my thread with my latest track, if you have a couple of minutes feel free to check it out: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1690414
#5
Very nice work! Quite Bloodbath-ish. In contrast to what the others said, I very much liked the guitar tone and felt it was exactly appropriate for the riffs. HM-2, right? It is sometimes difficult to faithfully capture that tone on a recording, due to it being very bass-heavy and "messy." This kind of music does not need an overly-clean/overly produced guitar tone and mix -- it's death metal, therefore that grisly sound is a perfect match. I Loved the slightly ambient part and solo toward the end as well. I agree with the others, vocals would have been nice. I'm one to talk though, I don't have vocals on any of my songs (or even lyrics, for that matter).

Here's a link to my first finished song:

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1679782&highlight=KailM
Atmospheric dark metal w/ black and death metal influences:
(My Soundcloud page):

Pestilential Flood
#6
Yes HM-2 we are going for an Entombed Bloodbathish type of sound. It is not the norm nowadays, but we like it and wanted something out of the ordinary. Vocals will be recorded shortly and I will repost when complete