#2
Lunarity combines my favorite elements of metal: harmony, melody, and dissonance. The tremolo-style intro sucked me in immediately. The vocals are extremely powerful. At 02:00, it becomes a bit chaotic, but direction is found once again at 2:30. The drums at 03:30 were just a bit muddy sounding; I couldn't really make out the snare and bass hits at this section. I think the piano outro was a nice touch.

Could you check out my track Mind and body at https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1698654 ?

Cheers!
#3
Quote by silvadolla
Lunarity combines my favorite elements of metal: harmony, melody, and dissonance. The tremolo-style intro sucked me in immediately. The vocals are extremely powerful. At 02:00, it becomes a bit chaotic, but direction is found once again at 2:30. The drums at 03:30 were just a bit muddy sounding; I couldn't really make out the snare and bass hits at this section. I think the piano outro was a nice touch.

Could you check out my track Mind and body at https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1698654 ?

Cheers!


Thank you! It's tough to keep things from becoming muddy or chaotic due to all of the layers. I appreciate the review!