#2
i expected it to be bad but it was good actually, if it gets mastered well itl sound good i reckon, reminds me of slither in the verse which is gd i think, gd job man!
#4
Sounded pretty good and those vocals sound familiar...hmm
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#5
Quote by kylendm
Sounded pretty good and those vocals sound familiar...hmm


What do you mean?
#9
Heh, sounds very similar to alice in chains, especially the vocals. It's really good though. except the "it's time for a ride!" part. it's kinda annoying. If you keep it in though I think it'd be cool to put a solo between that and when the vocals start back in.
#11
Well I liked the guitar work, it does need mastering,
you should do something about the singers voice, he sounds like he's trying too much and it creates small gaps in his singing that sounds like his rolling his voice.
I think you should have brought us the sketch for this song, because now that it is facing mastering you couldn't really imply any changes, don't you think?
anyway, thank you, I enjoyed listening, would you like to crit mine?-

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#12
Nice opening. Vocals are good.
I thought that the guitars were done very well.

The only thing this song is lacking is a cool guitar solo.


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#13
I agree with you on the solo part, but hindsight is 20/20. We tried a few things but it just seemed like it wasnt working, but it doesnt mean we can never record it again Thanks for all the input, if you guys have anything for me to crit post it
#14
It did remind me of velvet revolver and judging by your avater you'll probably be influenced by slash but i tought it was pretty good
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#16
Love the anti-solo. Vocals need some tightening up, but they seem to be a fantastic mix of AIC and STP. I'd like to hear more work from you in the future, and that's about as good a compliment I can give.
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#18
Hey guys
i'm in the band with fafinaf... thanks for all the comments and we look forward hopefully to make more stuff.

peace
#19
I'm a fan. The intro guitar riff really defines the song. I don't think the vocals are bad at all. But the drums really need to be mixed. *Thanks for the crit!
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#21
Quote by jagstang270
Well I liked the guitar work, it does need mastering,
you should do something about the singers voice, he sounds like he's trying too much and it creates small gaps in his singing that sounds like his rolling his voice.
I think you should have brought us the sketch for this song, because now that it is facing mastering you couldn't really imply any changes, don't you think?
anyway, thank you, I enjoyed listening, would you like to crit mine?-

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=613015


Thanks for the input, its really appreciated. I didnt put it up here for people to post what should be changed, it is finished, the way we intended it to be. I simply wanted some feedback, btw I liked your track
#23
oh, and definitely, i truly appreciate and thank you guys for your compliments and criticism. helps me out a **** ton with what i need to improve on.
#24
hey man -- cool tune. I liked the intro riff. Pretty simple (and I've never heard Slither), so I liked it. I also like when the lead doubles the main riff at a few points. Vocals sound pretty cool. It's not really my style of music, but I enjoyed the song and can appreciate it.

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#25
Hm another standard rock tune perhaps..similar musical theme to many of those in the past and the vocals were ....okay....I'm not a fan of vocals unless their brilliant so excuse my lack of intrest in that part of your song.. However the rest of the song was well composed and put together...

(C4C) perhaps?
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