Description : Here's a song that I wrote with my friend. I tried to make a gritty and weird song that also included using my voice as a soundscape. Some sounds are simply me blowing into the mic.I put an insane amount of delay on the vocals and pitch shifted them down 2 semitones as well as adding distortion. Enjoy!

Music:Rick Joanisse/Ty Dumoulin

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  1. Chasmchaser
    Chasmchaser on Thu 9th May 2019 - 3 years ago

    Not bad bro.

  2. FatalDecline
    FatalDecline on Tue 30th Aug 2016 - 5 years ago

    Really like this track, makes me think of a band named "Bile"
    which is not a bad thing :) I like the vocal effects and the way it trails off at the end is a classic move, well done !

    Reply by Crypt

    Thanks for the comment FatalDecline! Part the trail off is from me accidentally hitting the mic as I set it down.

  3. Metabolic
    Metabolic on Mon 29th Aug 2016 - 5 years ago

    Ahh industrial in line with my own tastes, it was a little loud, the mix may need a little adjustment.

    Has a Slayer feel to it :D I love Slayer

    I think a switch up in the drums around 1:11 would be beneficial.

    I'll be honest I like this track but the repetitive nature of the drums has me bored, overall a good effort, I would be interested coming in back to this :)

    Reply by Crypt

    Thanks man! It's meant to be repetitive but I hear what you're saying. And I agree about the loudness level. My friend who wrote the song with me was just saying that as well so we'll work on that. We appreciate the honest feedback.

  4. theHumps
    theHumps on Sat 21st May 2016 - 5 years ago

    Creative use of your vocals. Blowing into the mic and heavily reverb is a great idea. Overall a very solid idea.

    I think vocals would add a lot to this and give it an added dimension. Are you planning to add vocals? Hopefully you are. If you would like some help I wouldn't mind taking a crack at something like this. I can hear some Scott Weiland styled vocals in there. I've never tried that style but willing to. If interested give me a shout through the site.



    Reply by Crypt

    Hey Wayne! Good to hear from you again dude! Thanks for checking it out. Normally I would say yes but I think I want this song to remain as it is. But I'm not opposed to a collaboration with you for this album I'm working on. I'll try to write something and post it here and if you dig it let me know.

  5. JuxtaMusic
    JuxtaMusic on Wed 18th May 2016 - 5 years ago

    Hell yeah love it! Would be a great intro to an album. Reminds a bit of Rob Zombie (that's why I like it!)

    Reply by Crypt

    Thanks man! And I agree with you. This song is definitely going to be the first track on the EP. Thanks again for listening and commenting!

  6. TinyFinger
    TinyFinger on Wed 4th May 2016 - 6 years ago

    Hi. I have an friend who is writer metal magazin. I think that you should contact with him.

    Reply by Crypt

    Thanks for listening TinyFinger! Is your friend on Looperman as well? How can I contact him?

  7. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 30th Apr 2016 - 6 years ago

    Love this. Guitar is thrash worthy but the vox effects and stereo seperation is awesome. This defines the Rust Belt with a dark cynicism of America without question!!!

    Reply by Crypt

    Thank you for the kind words man! I really enjoy creating this style of music so I think its time for me to release an EP of this kind of stuff. Thanks for taking the time to listen and comment!

  8. Byleth
    Byleth on Fri 29th Apr 2016 - 6 years ago

    Great work, I like what you did with the sfx.

    I also love the guitars did your friend or you records it or its computed generated ?

    Anyway that "weird" track gave me a good experience.

    Peace from Master Byleth.

    Reply by Crypt

    Thanks for listening Byleth! Glad you enjoyed the song. The guitar is played live by my friend.

  9. Burtsbluesboxes
    Burtsbluesboxes on Thu 28th Apr 2016 - 6 years ago

    fk yeah! 3:)- Incredible what some fx can do to your voice. Reminds a bit of the experimental music of Controlled Bleeding.

    Reply by Crypt

    Thanks buddy! I need to give them a listen! Sounds like my kind of band. :P

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