Tags : | Industrial | 5.28 MB

Description : Hey guys! Haven't been on here in awhile. This is an Industrial track that was done about 7 months ago.

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  1. chrispunker1
    chrispunker1 on Mon 14th Nov 2016 - 3 years ago

    yea cool

  2. soundhound
    soundhound on Thu 26th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Nice piece of work, big sound good mix all in all very interesting...

    Peace....TG.

  3. GramoChopin
    GramoChopin on Thu 26th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Excellent guitar and gritty overall sound. This is industrial for sure, like the piano addition. Always a plus with me. Great work. peace

    Gramo/Neo

  4. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Wed 30th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    That piano bit followed by that big rich pad is a real grabber Dan...the quiet bit at 2:10 just lets the whole thing soak into your brain....what a great mix of the big industrial power with really tasty musical elements...some thoughtful composing here too...It may not be a genre I have spent much time listening to but its dam good music in any genre Dan....great job.....Ed

    dansjoy4
    Reply by dansjoy4

    Thanks Ed for the kind remarks and compliments. Yeah the second part at 2:10 is my favorite part on this track. I enjoyed composing this and may do some more future industrial tracks. Appreciate you dropping in and its good to see you back. Peace out.....Dan =B-)

  5. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Wed 30th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hi. This is good. I can see why you liked my track The Bigger The Fatter The Better as they have some rocking in common.

    0:19 guitar sounds a bit odd when it comes in. Bit naked or something - could probably do with some reverb.

    Entry of the banging beat and things are really kicking!

    Very insistent stuff. Maybe it's a little too straight and could do with a bit of loose quantise, maybe a bit of shuffle or a bit of swing.

    Piano is a nice touch and a bit surprising. I like the combination of high plinky notes and those lower chords. Good reverb on it.

    Then the big pad takes us somewhere else.

    I guess this sort of is industrial but it's also very melodic. Definite soundtrack music.

    Buzzy guitar breakdown and back with the banging beats and it's gone a bit heavier but still melodic.

    A distinctive track with a hell of a lot going for it. Classy stuff, I say.

    I shall make it a favourite.

    dansjoy4
    Reply by dansjoy4

    Hey Static thanks for the excellent remarks and helpful suggestion with the intro guitar. I had a feeling you probably would dig this tune. Extra thanks for the fav! Really appreciate you listening and commenting. Means a lot coming from a fellow rock artist. Looking forward to hearing more of your tunes. Dan =B-)

  6. Gioia
    Gioia on Tue 29th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    gosh, this is haunting and intense!
    I'm mesmerized.
    It has spoken to me in thousand different languages!

    dansjoy4
    Reply by dansjoy4

    Thanks Oxy Free! Really appreciate the thoughtful remarks and extra thanks for the fav! Peace......Dan =B-)

  7. DesignedImpression
    DesignedImpression on Mon 28th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    sweet dust! The piano speaks nice in the mix. Nice use of pad with choir to surround, bring the listener in. Excellent around 2:24 that distorted sound adds a nice break to the overall energy. Which was my favorite part of this idea. Interesting mix of sounds Dan, Thanks for sharing and keep at it. Peace.

    dansjoy4
    Reply by dansjoy4

    Hey thanks DI for the wonderful remarks! Really glad you like this piece and thanks for the fav! Wasn't sure how many would like industrial music but I'm glad to receive positive responses to this piece. Thanks for listening! :)

  8. Diskonnect
    Diskonnect on Mon 28th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hey

    Im not really too familiar with the industrial genre of music but this is pretty cool! Sounds pretty metal to me, nice guitars! :) Good job man!

    dansjoy4
    Reply by dansjoy4

    Thanks Extraball for dropin in and listening to this piece. Really appreciate the compliments and comment as well! Dan.

  9. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sun 27th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    Really cool take on the old school industrial vibes that I love so much! The mid heavy synth bass arpeggio thing is grea, I love that kind of sound! When the pad sort of things come in the mix gets really deep and engaging. Good sound to the break, especially with the guitar soloing, gets you ready for the heavy stuff that follows. Jammin track, you did great! Faved!

    dansjoy4
    Reply by dansjoy4

    Hey Spiv! Really appreciate your comments and support. Your thoughts are well to the point and you really describe the depth of this track. Thanks for faving this bro! Really means a lot! Peace.....Dan =B-)

  10. SubFreq
    SubFreq on Fri 25th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hardcore track man. Didn't know what to expect since I'm not really familiar with this genre but you did an awesome job. Never gets boring.

    dansjoy4
    Reply by dansjoy4

    Hey SubFreq thanks for the support! Glad you like this piece. Yeah industrial tracks are pretty cool but it's not one of my specialties. In fact this is only the second one I've done so far. Really appreciate the comments and listening in. Peace..... Dan

  11. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Thu 24th Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    I have no idea what was this track doing in the drawer for 7 months !? It deserved to be published immediately! It's a powerful industrial punch with enough changes and dynamics to keep it interesting. This one is 'fav' for sure !:)

    Compliments and respect_____Orlando

    dansjoy4
    Reply by dansjoy4

    Hey Orlando, cheers for the really positive response! Yeah I wasn't sure rather I wanted to add more to this piece or not. That's why I kept it drawer for awhile. Really appreciate the comments and thanks for listening and favoring this piece! ^___^

  12. larrywiggles1
    larrywiggles1 on Wed 23rd Apr 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hi,

    Great track, love the intro then the change at 0.38, some nice interchanges from.038 - 2.10, great guitar in the bridge and then into the outro, the outro was great as well. Nice vocal effect too. I Had the feel off U2 and New Years Day with the Piano sound ( that's probably just me!!)A really good piece of work, a fav for me and welcome back!

    Best wishes,

    Mark/Larry!

    dansjoy4
    Reply by dansjoy4

    Hey thanks Mark/Larry! Glad you like this. Appreciate the comments and it's good to be back. I'll be posting more soon and listening to other inspiring tunes on here as well. Peace out! Dan

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