Tags : | Heavy Metal | 6.65 MB

Description : My Halloween track for this year. Wanted to try some classic sounding heavy metal. Happy Halloween boys and ghouls. Watch out for the Monsters, they're out there! EDIT: Per SN's review I went back through and tried to address some of his critiques. I like the voice so, didn't change it much.

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  1. danke
    danke on Sun 20th Dec 2015 - 3 years ago

    Cool, cool, bloody cool...!!!

    True and honest commemoration of the living legends...with your style!!!
    Those undertuned guitars are incredible, everything is dirty as in the first 3 records of the number1s...
    Not much to critique, maybe some overgaining in the final mix...my taste maybe...

    Huge congrats for the lead part from 3.22...

    Handshake, Danke

  2. PDMuzak
    PDMuzak on Sun 15th Nov 2015 - 3 years ago

    Nice metal mix that still captures a surprisingly full dynamic range. Fantastic mix. PDMuzak

  3. ladyinred
    ladyinred on Sat 7th Nov 2015 - 3 years ago

    hey I'm a fan of doom metal , you did a great work in it .
    a halloween carnival of guitar !

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Miss Ladyinred, always cool to find girl Metal fans!
    Thanks a lot for listening and taking time to comment. Its very much appreciated.

  4. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 7th Nov 2015 - 3 years ago

    This I have to admit is my favourite of the Halloween menagerie. It is classic and futuristic at the same time and I love that quality about good tunes. Awesome work Neo-M

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey Cru,
    "Classic and futuristic at the same time" was exactly what I was shooting for. Certainly appreciate the comment man !

  5. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Sat 31st Oct 2015 - 3 years ago

    Neo, Mi Amigo!

    As far as structure, composition and overall badassery goes, you nailed it my friend. The riffs in this are classic doom metal at it's finest. The low end on this is like having your balls tied to the rails when the train's a comin'. You know what's coming is going to hurt, but the vibrations are too good the get off the tracks.

    I agree with a lot of what Static had to say, so I won't get into the critique end of it. It does need a little work, but it seems like most of it is a fairly easy fix.

    Damn, man. Second time through. That bass is the monster here. I love it. I haven't been listening to much doom metal since shit went sideways here. I've been trying to stay on the up and up, ya know? But after hearing this tonight, it's clear that I'm ready to go back!

    Thanks for sharing, mister. You reminded me that Doom metal was awaiting my return.

    Take care, brother.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Quote Sloedirt - "The low end on this is like having your balls tied to the rails when the train's a comin'. You know what's coming is going to hurt, but the vibrations are too good the get off the tracks."

    Haha, I love your analogies Aaron! You need to be writing those down.

    The bass does account for a lot of the low end muscle which I always try to do because, well I love Bass. But the real Monster is supposed to be the feedback squeals. And I'm surprised that nobody complained! Ha ha, I guess everyone enjoyed the ear torture !! Which I think is pretty cool and is clear evidence that there's some rockers in the house.
    I appreciate the comments bro. Take it easy - Take it SLOE !

  6. Burtsbluesboxes
    Burtsbluesboxes on Sun 25th Oct 2015 - 3 years ago

    Did you know Varg Vikernes (Burzum) used to use an Xbox mic to intentionally get a poor quality on his vocals? Black metal was left very raw sounding intentionally (corpse sound) as a protest against over produced mainstream music. A Blaze in the Northern Sky - Darkthrone,is one of the most influencial black metal albums ever released. Very raw cold sounding. Their record label didn't want to release it until they threatened to have Euronymous release it on his label. :p You definetly nailed the doom vibe here. Can clearly hear the Sabbath influence and love the Frankenstein reference! You just need Geezer jamming on bass now :D We'll call you Neodooooomorpheus. I think Ozzy would be proud. \m/ \m/

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey Katz, that's pretty cool info on Burzum, I never heard that. But yeah sometimes those sort of things are what makes this stuff fun and I'm hip to the over produced thing. Sabbath's debut album was recorded in a single day 12 hour session in October 1969. Its rough compared to most standards and was poorly received by most critics. But today they all agree its incredible. The birth of Heavy Metal - The standard in its true form. Thanks for the comment bro.

  7. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Fri 23rd Oct 2015 - 3 years ago

    Greetings, NeoMorphin DoomBro.

    You know I love a bit of doom and this certainly has that vibe. Initially kind of meandering chillout doom.

    My first comment is a complaint about that spoken word - it's really messy and hard to make out the words. Loads of noise on it and the delay maybe makes it messier. Cleaned up it would probably be good.

    0:55 really impressed with the power of the bass here. Gotta be bass synth - way too smooth for bass g.

    Good, slow, lazy riffs. I should do some of this real low, heavy shit.

    1:35 big audio pop that has to be removed. Some goes for 1:54 and 1:57.

    A drop on volume a little later and I'm waiting patiently for the badassery to begin.

    2:43 not bad but guitar seems real distant and quiet. Good riffs. Whistling sound is good too.

    3:12 audio pop.

    3:21 drums are now really distant and fading in and out in volume (not good enough). Not sure why. Guitar seems to overpower them.

    3:54- 4:10 now that's more like it!

    Oh 4:10 we're getting proper badass. The sound is just really full and much improved from before in this quite patchy track. The riffage is enjoyable stuff!

    Oh no 5:12 you're back to a weaker, less full sound. Damn, if you can get all of the track evenly mixed and balanced and as good as 4:10-5:12 you would have a fine slice of doom.

    In other news, here's a synth-heavy drum'n'bassy track you may well enjoy. Also some decent guitar riffage towards the end.


    Best of luck with improvements.

    Static Doommad

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    El Nomadico De Statica,

    Ola and Muchas Gracias for the listen and primo critique of my track. As you point out, it is very raw. Which is sort of what I was going for. The spoken word I agree, is a very bad recording I had in my archive and it was no doubt very poorly done. I don't know if I can do much to improve on quality. I thought of re-recording using my voice, which I may do. The beginning and end section is a mixture of Bass synth and double tracked power chords that were of course manipulated on speed and pitch to achieve the Super Heavy tone-age.
    Regarding the pops, "Im a Monster" refers more to the amount of stitches this thing required to assemble than its relevance to Halloween. I will have to give it a bit more time on the operating table to tighten up some of those loose ends. I think I also might need to separate the lead guitar and drum tracks to fix that over powering issue in that section.

    I'm at work now so I'm unable to listen to your track at the moment. I will give it a good listen tonight though and give you some feedback on it.

    Thanks again bro.

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