#2
I just listened to the stone that breaks, thought it was really good. I think that if you had some really incomprehensible distorted screaming vocals in the heavy middle part, you'd sound like Isis, and that would be cool I think. The transition out of the heavy part into the clean outro could be smoother, but the first transition was great. I think the clean part needs something a little more over the top, synth or something. Cool though, I'll check out the others too.
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#3
the acoustic one is quite different from the others (which BTW sound a bit like Tallica Nothing Else Matters style), the acoustic is sorta folkish with that haunting heavy sound with the off beats, sweetish stuff...
#4
"The Stone that Breaks" and "Serenade of the Sands" both had a nice groove and rhythm section, but I thought the lead parts fell short. You had some very good ideas, but you need to ween out the excess. Overall, I liked what I heard. Keep working on them.

The acoustic song was great. I enjoyed it.
#6
I gave them a listen ...

Acoustic Agmnt. - Very cool. Them are some nice acoustic recordings. Very calm and the reverb was great with it.

Where`s DIO - Interesting title

Stone the Breaks - Like the intro. There`s a band from Germany I listen to called `Mystic Prophecy` this song remeinded me of them for some reason, I really enjoyed it.

Serenade of the sand - I like the solo guitar with the pinch harmonics during the intro - nice touch!



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#7
The stone that breaks: The electric tone is just lacking to me for some reason. I can't quite pinpoint it, but the tone is missing something. Good song none the less, just needs a little work.

Acoustic arrangement: So far this sounds very mellow and pretty. Nice relaxing guitar song. Good job!

Serenade of the sands: The pinch harmonics get annoying rather quickly. Seems a bit sloppily played at times, but a good start to work a song around.

Where's DIO: Good main riff. Song just finished, seems it was only a riff. ;P Good riff though.