#4
That's not something I'd use for my band, well, because even though the other guitarist and I listen to some pretty heavy shit, the drummer doesn't. We're more a pop metal band, trying to be anyway. But if I were in a band like yours, it sounds great. To me, it sounds like something you'd hear off an older Trivium album. Sounds good man.

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#5
pretty cool man, definately to be used as an intro or something.. then you could break down somewhere in the same song and play the whole thing fingerpicked on acoustic
#6
Sounds pretty good man - could even work as a bridge, or something to play a solo over. Melodic, and heavy - nice work :P I'd say definitely use this riff.

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#7
sounds pretty etherial bit like Hypocrisy or early black metal. really think this drumbeat would fit well
(sextuplets)
tomtomtomtomtomtom sn-tom-sn-tomtomtom repeat

you need to tighten up on your playing its a bit sloppy
Last edited by GhostReverie at Sep 29, 2008,
#8
Damn, that's cool, man. I really like how while one guitar stays on a note, the other one continues to switch around, it works out really nicely, and leaves this creepy, gloomy feeling.

It would be sweet to have it suddenly go DUN DUN like really heavy right after this, then a quick pause before it goes into other stuff.
#9
not bad, but sounds a bit too dirty to me :S

try to make it a bit more clear and you might have a cool death metal intro ^^

c4c?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=967901
#10
Its not sloppy guys.. Its the recording and i always have to edit some shit with audacity.. So its NOT perfect
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#12
Quote by GhostReverie
sounds pretty etherial bit like Hypocrisy or early black metal. really think this drumbeat would fit well
(sextuplets)
tomtomtomtomtomtom sn-tom-sn-tomtomtom repeat

you need to tighten up on your playing its a bit sloppy


I don't play sloppy. I listened to the tracks one by one.. And they're not sloppy ><
WOOOWWW , DUDE........... NEVER DO THAT AGAIN!!!
#16
Never heard ^^ , tbh I've never listened to a black metal band..You got any good recommandations?
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#17
Nice playing, that was pretty cool!
The recording quality was a little on the hard to hear side, but it was ok!



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Edited with Audacity & Adobe Audition 3
#18
Quote by RazorAlex93
Never heard ^^ , tbh I've never listened to a black metal band..You got any good recommandations?

The vocals ARE black metal, the rest is hm.... melodic death metal. It's great catchy stuff, they are pretty much their own style.
#19
Quote by Slay 'Em
The vocals ARE black metal, the rest is hm.... melodic death metal. It's great catchy stuff, they are pretty much their own style.


Cool.. I'll check 'em out
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