I've posted about this already, but I'm looking for inquisition. If you've kept tab, I never found a metal band that gave me what I wanted out of it, and though I'm not looking to make my life's worth out of it (more for my own creative release and growth as a musician, blah blah blah), I don't neccessarily want to be stuck in my basement my whole life persay doing underground one-man recordings in the traditional sense. Thus, I've began writing songs entirely for a distorted bass guitar and vocals. The main challenge wasn't coming up with music for me, as I've wanted to do this for awhile. The main challenge has been "mimicking" the whole ensemble with just the distorted bass guitar while singing, and I believe I'm getting to a point where I am succeeding (and I've gotten a whole new set of chops out of this), but I'm wondering if I'm asking for too much. Generally, the style is what I'd call progressive doom metal, generally mid paced ultra low tuning (obviously) with plenty of odd metres. Unfortunately, I don't have any recordings of me doing this yet as I don't feel I'm completely comfortable putting the seal of approval on it, but I'm wondering if there's been anyone who's done something similar or if any of you think there may be a hint of possibility in it. I know Keiji Haino has a recording of something somewhat similar with just a guitar and vocals, but I'm looking for your guys opinions. Thanks! Also, I'm not looking to simply do a one-man recording with me playing guitars, drums, bass, singing, and etc. in the traditional sense. This is something I'd like to be able to perform live just playing bass and singing, just to give you a general scope.