#2
I liked the second one (epiphany), kinda catchy. Not a big fan of the first one though. Seems to be lacking something but I can't really put my finger on it. I'm not a fan of the neo-classical sound in general so take that into consideration. The playing sounds good though, nice and clean, so I give you props on that.
#4
Well the first one is not really a fugue but very good soloing I must say, though I am not a huge fan of the neoclassical metal style. I like the second one much more, very diminished and catchy. My only criticism would be to break out of the harmonic minor a bit and try something else haha.

Crit mine? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=997058
#5
Fugue in e-minor shows off your technical skill but that's really about it. While I do like it, it seems better suited as an intro to another song than a piece by itself. Also, as much as I like Yngwie, you'd be better off stretching out and learning some new styles of direction.

Unlike some of the other repliers, I don't like Epiphany 2. It doesn't really have a structure to it, it just seems like random soloing. I'm not saying I'm not guilty of this sometimes or that your a bad player but the song itself isn't fun to listen to.

I also went ahead and listened to your other Youtube videos - Trip Hop and New Revolt and these are the same ways. Sometime interesting solos but out of context of a song they get boring. I'm not trying to bash even though this seems like a negative post, just trying to help.

C4C if you like: https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=997124