electrobel
you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer in a too old version, please respect the developers and update your browser or use one of those decent browser.
download Mozilla Firefox download Google Chrome download Apple Safari download Opera
 
Loading data, please wait...
 

Please fill in this form if you believe this song is violating copyrights

reaman - crushed cans (metal rules!!)

 

Comments

Add

Rabauw [be] - 12 years ago

Quite a unique guitarsound, at first listen it sounded strange but on the second attempt I liked it, one needs to adapt to the sound.

I like the realistic-style slides you put in it here and there + very much enjoyed the synths and electronic fx. Good panning btw.

Now for some constructive criticism, I think you ought to change the drumming. Because with this pounding rhythm, gives me a bit of a hardcore/jumper feeling. (partly also due to the sound) Maybe try some slower drumming here and there over faster riffing, usually gives this cool groovy rhythm.
 

Tomastar [be] - 12 years ago

very strange style^^
the melody is a little too repetitive. If i was you i will change the guitar riff to ad more variations. Appart of that that's a nice track good job.
 

reaman [be] - 12 years ago

@tomastar:
yes, maybe too repetitive but that's just because there are no vocals. With vocals on it you wouldn't say that. Strip the vocals from almost any metal song and you'll find it too repetitive.. and it's still in ICZ so let them come, those comments!!

@rabauw
yes, the drums are to be reworked. Am working on it right now actually and indeed, some riffs come out much better with an alternate rythm...thanks for pointing me out.
 

yenneman [be] - 12 years ago

One band jumps to mind when I hear this: Umbra Animae, a quite unknown band from the Netherlands that has split up now. They played death metal with ambient influences and (sometimes) gabber beats, a unique, but imo great style...

This song needs multiple listenings in order to like it, it gets a little better every time. The only thing that doesn't really appeal to me is that high pitched solo at the end, which sounds too random for my taste. Makes me think of prog, and that's not my favourite genre.

The part at 2'28" with the threatening electronics is super if you ask me. It could be used a bit more...also, I'm missing some hihats actually.

In all, certainly not a bad attempt!
 

Anonymous [be] - 11 years ago

It's too nice and the guitar not distinct enough
 
Add