#1
I saw killswitch engage last night at soundwave in Perth and they blew my mind. What I noticed though is just how awesome their squeals were. I knew they were good but when you see the live its something else. I was wondering how they do it so well and hot they hold it so much longer than I can. Mine tend to die out a lot quicker than theirs and I was wondering whether it is my technique or whether it was something to do with their equipment. If any one can enlighten me that would be awesome
#2
No.
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#3
It's definitely the equipment. Also, All Shall Perish do it better.
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#4
i think they just use so much gain that they can just hold it longer
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It's definitely the equipment. Also, All Shall Perish do it better.

A LOT better.
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