End of Daze is an interesting one.
Some timing issues like rockownsyou says, which'll come to you with practice.

I think the main thing letting this down is the vocal delivery. The music doesn't sound that abrasive, or angry, and the lyrical juxtaposition is all that's needed to make your point.
Tha arrangement's fine, nice and simple, and it doesn't need to be any more than that. You guys can actually PLAY 3 chord punk and make it sound half decent. Spose it's not much of a feat (which isn't an insult,) but NONE of the local punk bands here can even play 3 chord punk to save their lives. It's refreshing to see a band that takes the "pick up your guitar, learn 3 chords and play some ****ing rock" attitude and actually do it fairly well.
And for that, I commend you guys.
Nicely done.

Recording wise, it the levels are all over the place, but you can hear what's going on, but the vocalists mic is clipping a lot, and he's pushing himself too hard, he sounds in pain. He sings better than he shouts.
Everything's pretty ghetto, very demo-y, so not the best quality, but it does what it needs to do.

Song: 7/10
Recording: 4/10

Crit mine?