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Iblis- Beneath /w Vox Iblis- Beneath /w Vox

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Impressive

Well Kidd, that is definitely the best stuff I've heard from you so far.

The production is truly sweet, what equipment did you use? Also, your singer sounds extremely similar to someone I know but I can't quite put my finger on it :/

Anyway, killer sound, professional presentation. Two thumbs up!


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Kiddmeizter responds:

Thanks for the review! :D
We used the 'ol mic to amp on bass, Mic-ed the Drums, And Guitars and Vocals are line in With with the guitar, we also used some Amp Simulator program to make it sound less "Fake-ish"

About the singer sounding like someone you know,I can't quuuite figure it out either :/


gitaur battle full vr. gitaur battle full vr.

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Shows Potential

Man, you really have to work on that production job of yours, as it sounds very harsh, with all the clipping and hissing going on

The guitar itself is nice though and I hope you can develop this one into a decent song. The main riff sounds like a more melodic and rock-ish version of Nargaroth, I like that.

Keep working on it and make it longer and don't forget the mixing! :)


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trike56dude responds:

yah my mic that i was recording with sucked. thanks for the reveiw!


Vengeance (Adavant) Vengeance (Adavant)

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great vocals...

...but man, why can't you make them LOUDER? Since they really are professional sounding, why put 'em so low in the mix? That's a sin! The shouts/growls are good too, reminding me of a more tame Amon Amarth - and they are perfectly placed in the mix.

Great piano as well, really like the tone of it, as well as the playing. The guitar is a bit quiet too and could be a little clearer, but the riffs, while not overly technical are very fitting ands srong.

Don't get me wrong, I'm just nitpicking, it's very good overall and to me, it sounds like a mix of Tristania, Nightwish and a little Crematory.

Good work. Got a record deal yet?


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neoblent2 responds:

Ha. I wish. Not many bands get recognition in AZ.

The mix had to be done quick so it was a little sketchy. Finished all five songs on our EP in three days total.

The guitar does get quiet at times and it's hard to hear his technicality, but it was good for what it is.

We are actually going to cover a nightwish song here pretty shortly. So keep checkin for that.

Thanks for the input. It always helps when people give positive critisism.


Shadow (demo) Shadow (demo)

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

You need drums!

Dude, that's a nifty blues lead you've got there in the beginning. Simple, but very nice.

It REALLY needs some slow drums to it though, would fit real nice in there.

Especially when that gallopping riff starts - it totally sounds like Viking-Metal era Bathory! If you had some clean singing for that part, as well as the drums...that would be damn good.

Keep working on it, has lots of potential!


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Olzone responds:

thx man .. yeah the beginning is easy, but as well easy to remember ^^
never heard of that group or heard that song.
btw I cant sing for shit , as i am now
yeah i really need drums .. but i still cant find a proper drum maker program. that i can handle me + drums = Bad haha ^^
thx for tips


Justice Reinvented Justice Reinvented

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Hello Lemmy

Yeah, another Lemmy Kilminster 2.0 piece ;)

The drums, as well as the keys are quite well done, but also very clear and therefore they don't contrast very well with the raw-as-fuck guitar tone. Tthe composition itself is pretty original and I very much enjoy the bridge which is somewhat similar to a faster thrash break.

As I said in an earlier review, I really like the Lemmy-ish tone you got in your vocals. Just damn good - the lyrics are well written as well, my props to you, dude.

Overall, quite good and original, but work on your guitar tone and mixing and try to remove the clipping as well.

Thumbs up!


Schleif responds:

thanks man, i really appreciate when Enlightened People Like Yourself take some time to listen and give a great review. i'll definitely keep the things you said in mind - i'm still kinda new to this after all. and lazy =p. thanks again, you rule! \m/


Horizon Blue Horizon Blue

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad

Yeah, while you keep it very simple, you have a nice melody going that just sticks in your head. There could be some more deeper sounds in the bass-less parts, but that's forgivable. I just wish there were some vocals in this as well, no matter if just distorted effects or actual singing, but it would give the whole thing some more range.

Not really my style, but tons better than what I've made when I used FL back then ^^

Keep it up.


Psycedelic responds:

Well, Im not so into singin xD

I appreciate the love, and you gave me an fair score. But the quality is so shit that I deserve 0.

Live long, and prosper. xD
-Psyc


Metal Backing Track Metal Backing Track

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Thrashin'

Man, I'd love to rip it up on that track of yours..but sadly I'm much more of a rhythm guitar player than lead.... :P

Anyway, seriously good, thrashy backing track which has more than enough of it's own merit.

Very tight playing as well, really enjoyed it.

Good shit, as always :)

PS: Why didn't my vote count for more? That score is way too low.


Bad-Man-Incorporated responds:

Thanks muchly man. 0 voters thrash the shit out of my stuff, because they hate me. haha. I guess. Ah well. I know what you mean about ripping it up. I couldn't do any leads that were much use, for this. But...I'm about to upload it anyways.
Thanks as always for your review, and support dude. You kick ass.\m/


Pinball map ( In Flames cover) Pinball map ( In Flames cover)

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Quite faithful to the original

While you simplified a few parts of the riffs and the solo, it's still quite faithful to the original sound - well done man. Especially the solo sounds a tad different but not worse in any way.

It's also on In Flames' best album (I'm probably in the minority here, but who gives a fuck) and therefore I probably like it more than I should ;)

Very well done.


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anmarthi responds:

Glad you liked it. I learned the song using a tablature, and not by ear. That probably explains the diffrences from the original. Maybe I'll do it by ear and correct tuning some time in the future :P


Evil Beginning (Preview) Evil Beginning (Preview)

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Amongst the Catacombs of Demigod?

Yeah, really sounds a lot like a mix of old Nile/new Behemoth - I dig it, really nice and probably a preview for one of the best songs I've heard of yours so far :)

Can't wait to hear the full version! Get done with it!


Bad-Man-Incorporated responds:

Thanks man. I can't say I was influenced much by them, as I haven't listened to either in a long ass time. But thanks like fuck, for the comparison!

I'll be done this soon. :D Thanks for the review, man!\m/


Total Body Dismemberment Total Body Dismemberment

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad

That totally sounds like a Digitech Death Metal pedal. I had that one a long time ago and frankly, it's only usable for raw black metal, haha.

I agree with you Kidd, it really isn't as good as your other collab stuff. But still not horrible at all, your playing is a tad sloppy at times but that's just a minor issue, as the vocals are, while quite unclear in the mix, very enjoyable.

Keep it up, and finish the technical stuff already :P


Kiddmeizter responds:

Yeah my tone was craaaaap.
Vocals are good :P

Hahahaha, I'll Try, It'll take a while since all the pressure is on me, Because I write the riffs , then he does drums to 'em , Like Gorguts did.