#3
I agree. Pretty damn good. Kind of Opethian in my eyes, but regardless, it was good.
#4
that was pretty sick
liked the rifffs
drums are pretty tight
cant tell abou
the bass
might just be my speakers
#5
hey thanks guys for the feedback ,it's realy cool you guys liked it

opethian ? realy ?, lol well i was thinking more like In Flames when i made it

if any of you guys wants a crit back plz link me to the song/thread
Wolv
#6
Im hearing the in flames influence, and the longer i listen to it the more of it im hearing. other then a timing issue here and there, really nice work.
#7
I definitely hear the In Flames in the harmonies you used. Pretty tight track, I'd love to hear it with some vocals though! Some of the transitions between riffs seemed (3:03 for instance) didn't seem to flow very well. Also, the solos could use some improvement, especially at 4:30-4:50. Otherwise, good piece!

c4c? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=774179
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#9
i hear the in flames influence.. it sounds more reroute era is whats probably throwing people off, theyre expecting whoracle-clayman sound.

bass is way killing the song in parts, its clipping out the limiter (or lack of one) really bad.

the drums sound pretty good. the cymbals sound a bit too too forward, especially the HH, the snare/kick sound great but get a little lost behind the cymbals.

the lead sounds like it could be tightened up a tad, love how it goes in harmony around 4:50ish. sounds pretty on time, just a tad rough.


as for the style.. love it. pm me when a label releases your CD


fellow melodeath fan to another, heres a dark tranquillity style song im working on: Fall of the Righteous