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we play metal,but not the shredding type, i plan to tech him as we go along but i need to know he atleast has some basic skills
Thats what YOU hear
To millions of other people, myself included, those 'gay' bands write heartfelt, emotional music that has, and will continue, to help people
MCR saved me, and I know hundreds of other people who feel the same
I dont know what music you listen to, but I wouldn't be such a ****ing dick about them towards you, even if I hated them
Morbid Angel = Death Metal, Carcass = Grindcore, In Flames = Melodic Death Metal, BTBAM = Progressive Metal
THIS is screamo, and yes, I do listen to bands with clean vocals, let me see...
Radiohead, Coldplay, Muse, DragonForce (a guilty pleasure), Iron Maiden, Metallica, ****ing Bob Marley!
I repeat, its called variation, dont be afraid of it!
I listen to MCR, my hearings fine and I'm not gay
Also, before you start calling me a 'gay emo pussy' or some such ****, I also listen to Morbid Angel, Carcass, In Flames and Between The Buried And Me, to name a few.
It called variation
any advice for convincing my parents?
My Chemical Romance - Teenagers *engages flame shield*
+1 to the Fallout Boy and Rise Against
Try learning songs from a genre you don't usually play. Also, switching instruments is always good.
Or just toke for inspiration.
Lead Guitar ( me): Lots of ideas, rubbish at explaining them, quite relaxed about things, tendancy to nail the hard parts then screw up the easy bits.
Singer: Serious when we're practicing but a really nice guy, always encouraging and listening to everyone else. Bloody good voice.
Rhythm Guitar: Really enthusiastic, talks alot and laughs alot.
Bassist: Talks and laughs alot more than above. Really excitable and enthusiastic as well, tends to get ill alot ( )
Drummer: Really quiet and shy but damn good at what he does and offers his ideas but only if you ask him.
To be fair I think I've ended up with a fairly cool group of people
Hey dont bash on high vocals, there are lot of great hard rock/ metal singers that had high voices... look at DIO for example - heck alter bridge is pretty BA also.
It depends on your band's genre and set list already. You can always learn a new song to cover too. With my band, we all suggest a cover, listen to the songs suggested, and pick the group favorite out of the list.
What dont you have down on for whom the bell tolls?
coz that would be a cool cover
Find some better Priest songs.
Cover some Helloween!
depends where you play take into thought alot of bars like covers cause introducing new music to people expecting dance tunes is risky. not saying you should do all covers but my band is the opposite of you and we are doing alright we do like 10 covers for every 1 original.. atke for granted we do like 4 sets of 10ish songs a gig.
As far as covers vs. originals on your demos goes... what is the purpose of your demo? If it is to get gigs playing covers, then your demo had better showcase how well you cover other people's stuff. If the purpose of your demo is to help you get gigs playing original material, leave the covers out. If it is to send out to labels.... never, ever, ever put on a cover.
If it is just to showcase how smokin' your band is.... then whatever you think will showcase that the best.