#1
hey guys, my band has a video clip from one of our practice sessions from an original song and im wondering what u guys think we can improve on and what we do well.

Heres the link (however our rhythm guitarists couldn't make it that day so hes not in the video...)

http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&VideoID=18720729
#2
it bores me. Can't say anything else. It's wellplayed, but it just bores me
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#3
if the bass guitarist and the drummer locked in together better, it would sounds much better
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#4
Eh, I think it needs some variation, it seems to be the same thing played over and over again...but maybe a singer will help that too :/
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#5
pretty freakin cool, but im not a big fan of the style. if it turns out you get a singer whose angry as hell, and you use some crazy riffs you will spark my interest. but thats probs not what your goin for with this.
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#6
FFS UG! is teh br00talz missing? is that why its bad?

my opinion here but i think its damn good, reminds me of Finch, i'd love to hear it with the rhythm and vocals added in.
#8
There's no excuse for this not to have vocals! Get the ****ing bassist to sing, it's not like what he's doing is hard.
I did like it, don't get me wrong, but it had no melody, only a catchy riff and a chorus to go with it.