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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by abemo, Dec 27, 2012.


  1. abemo

    abemo

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    Hey everybody, my band recently finished an ep, did all the recording ourselves, just wanted to get some feedback on the first song we threw online, let me know what you all think.

    Thanks

    www.reverbnation.com/tick303music
     
  2. AuntieBeeb

    AuntieBeeb

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    That's rather good, that. Personally I found the odd-meter riffs (and to an extent your vocalist) reminded me of Soundgarden. And Black Sabbath, a little.
     
  3. abemo

    abemo

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    Thanks, both of those, along with zep, are huge influences.
     
  4. ChloroPhil315

    ChloroPhil315

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    I really like it! Its refreshing to hear some new music with those bluesy rock guitar riffs. I did have some trouble hearing the bass but it may just be me.
     
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  6. RedMoses

    RedMoses Supporting Member

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    Pretty cool, you guys def have a mix of familiar yet unique.

    Drums sound great! Vocals need to be more prominent, give us some more Bass booty.

    All in all, great job!
     
  7. abemo

    abemo

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    Thanks for the feedback everyone, talked to my guitarist and drummer last night, might make a few mix adjustments before a full release, thanks again for the input.
     

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