#3
i actually hate that style of music, but...
its not bad, tho the stop bugs me. try playing the A# chord twice, see if you like how it sounds.
like, instead of A#, rest, muted, muted
go A#, A#, muted, muted
#4
pretty neat dude, it is.. REALLY repetitive, I really suggest that the 2nd guitar, does a lil riffing, or i think in the verses it could do some harmonizing with the lead guitar, or lil something to spice it up, a lil work with a second guitar, and i think you could have a decent lil song, but it does need work. The Chorus also need a lil something to separate it from the rest, cause its chord progression is so similar, so maybe think about that :-p
#5
i liked it, it was repetitive but it didnt get on my nerves like most repetitive songs do, it was quite catchy. the drums sounded good, fitted with the song well. i agree with skaguitarist182, you need to do more with your rhythm guitar, throwing in a couple extra riffs to compliment the main riff wouldnt do no harm

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#6
Well, it's repetitive, but i think that together with singing, this song would be very good. I must say it, this song is pretty nice to my ears, the riffs are repetitive, but not annoying. Plus for that. I think that you should change:
- The pauses between the riffs in the intro and the outro. Instead of making those short pauses, you could make the last chord ring. That's my suggestion.
- Add a new riff.
- Change the last riffs in the outro. It ends suddenly. I don't like that.

Hmm... there's no solo too, but i think it's good without a guitar solo. This song doesn't need that. Just more variation with the riffs. Overall, it was nice to hear this song.

Btw. Thanx for rating my song.
#7
You did repeat alot, I think maybe some rhythm variations would be nice and maybe some riffage would make it a little bit more interesting to listen to. Although, perhaps with vocals it'd be alot better.

I like your progression, although I think there could have been a little more variation in that, maybe a change of the first 2 chords in the chorus.

Overall it's a fairly good piece but there's nothing that would keep bringing me back to listen to it again and again. 7/10

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