#1
Hey guys, This band has had quite a complicated history and has been recently reformed with some new members.
The recordings are from various times ranging from pro-range recordings to some good engineering on garageband lol

Thanks for taking the time to check us out!


http://www.myspace.com/stiilpoint


Love the Low end
#4
In all honesty the tunes sound pretty generic (which can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on what you're aiming for). The vocals sound really good most of the time and the instruments fit really well together, but it just sounds boring to me.

It seems to me that you guys are aiming for a straightforward, hard, edgy sound and you've done very well in achieving that sound and making it work. I really like vocal melodies in the song - very catchy stuff (especially in the choruses). As I'm listening to your tunes I notice that the recording seem lifeless or energetic. The feeling of energy is one that is incredibly difficult to capture in a recording, but I think that if you could capture that energy everything would sound a lot more...powerful.

In conclusion, your songs have the potential to sound really good (I imagine they sound terrific live), but they don't really strike me as anything special - they just don't really catch my attention.

If you've got some time take a listen to some of my acoustic tunes and let me know what you think: http://ultimate-guitar.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=38
#5
Kinda sounds like Velvet Revolver if they invited Alice in Chains over for a bbq, and Alice in Chains brought along Trouble.