Tags : | Rock | 7.23 MB

Description : Heavy Latin Rock based on a Scary Texas Legend - Read about it below and then listen. Dont be too a scared! Haha !

legendsofamerica.com/tx-elmuerto.html

EDIT: Supafreakshow took some time to lay down a sick bass track for this. He sent it to me and I couldn't pass up re-mixing the track to incorporate some of the low register runs and fills. I think it really adds some punch to the bottom end. Thanks man, awesome bit of work. Looperman rules !!!

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  1. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Sat 23rd Jul 2016 - 3 years ago

    Dang, this sounds awesome and chunky as heck! I love it. It's just missing some awesome rock vocals, though being a singer I want to add vocals to everything :) The guitar tells a story all it's own. The shaker was a bit of a shock as it was too loud, but that is definitely an easy fix. Beautiful stuff, that bassline from SupaFreakShow really took this to a new level! This is by far the best rock song on LM I've heard to-date.

    I'm only sorry I didn't come here SOONER. This is pro-level stuff.

    Hats off to you, my good Neomorpheus!

    Brado Sanz

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Well, yes I agree that pretty much all songs are improved with vocals because of the added dimension and the meaning or message that is conveyed. I wish I was more brave or less particular about it and than I would maybe chance doing some. Haha, such is the plight with many of us here I think. I would welcome you, since you are a singer to add some if you like. Yes I also agree that SupaFreakShows bass really added some major kick to the track. I was really blown away by his gesture to do that, but it is a testament to the awesomeness of this community and its members. Looperman is damn kick ass, for lack of better words! Anyhow, thanks for your most excellent comments my friend, they mean a lot and I appreciate very much.

  2. BeatMaker4real
    BeatMaker4real on Wed 20th Jul 2016 - 3 years ago

    Great track here...Love the guitar work...I was really waiting on a really raunchy lead solo, but great work.

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Yeah Solo is more melodic than raunchy in this one, I will try to get more raunchy maybe on the next one bro. Still thanks for your comments, very much appreciated.

  3. Burtsbluesboxes
    Burtsbluesboxes on Tue 19th Jul 2016 - 3 years ago

    I could share ghost, paranormal stories, experiences with you for hours!! Makes you question your own sanity. Did I really see that? Just accept there's phenomenon we will never explain. You actually wouldn't believe all the people that have similar stories. I love that you investigated it afterwards. Ghost, they say, cannot physically harm you so nothing to be afraid of, hahahaha easier said than done! One night I was working late, alone as always, at my town hall maintenance job when I heard footsteps upstairs in the police department. Of course I went up to check it out. Too bad the cop on duty was parked up the road a few blocks watching traffic! I know that because after I realized there was no one there and the footsteps continued I got the hell out of there.Yes, I had to come back for more :p Loving the western frontier spanish outlaw flavor this has. I can picture El Muerto roaming the desert with arrows sticking out of his mummified headless corpse, tattered ragged filthy clothing flapping as the black stallion gallops along. DId it work? Did the banditos get the message? Vlad Tepes (the real Dracula) once turned back a 100,000 strong Turkish army with 30,000 impaled turkish prisoners. They got the message quite clearly 3:D> More plz!! \m/ \m/ Time to watch a western. If it makes you feel any better I once saw a colonial woman float across my front lawn (where I still live) ;) She was like a hologram, but clear as day! Indians roamed this area at that time and there's a place not far away where there's a legend 2 guys were running from the Indians when they killed one and he's buried next to the stream at a rest stop called Snow Falls. There's also a Wal mart just up the road, supposedly built on an old indian burial ground. Enough rambling, western movie time.

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Well this was a crazy experience for me Katz. I cant explain it but I'm certain it was a real horse that just coincidentally scared the B'Jesus out of us! But like I said we could not find any evidence of such. It looked and sounded real that's for sure ! Have to be careful how involved you get with that stuff. The more you accept it and believe it the more likely you will encounter it! Hope the movie was good.

  4. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sun 17th Jul 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hola, hermano muerto.

    There's some pretty impressive guit fiddlin' here.

    Nice Spanish intro. I have no idea why I never end up playing Spanish stuff but I just don't (eastern comes out quite easily).

    There's a bit of Nothing Else Matters in that chord around 0:16.

    Then drums and bass enter plus dirtier guitar, playing some quite melodic, slightly dark stuff.

    Drums sound much better than in other tracks of yours. Why is that?

    1:06 you kick into a cooler drum groove and then things get a bit crazier, in terms of riffage and busy drumming.

    1:27 a little reverse cymbal, I suspect.

    1:57 I like it here when things come down and we hear more of the chug of the bass g.

    2:45 a return to your dark rock intro.

    3:03-3:12 low end bass really stands out.

    3:18 fuck me that gave me a nasty shock! That percussive shakery thing is way too loud. Good but too shocking for me.

    4:06 a wah solo begins. Decent but not spectacular.

    4:35 good drum fills.

    4:59 that's a fuckin mental laughing scream. Would be cool to have got that in earlier. Nice panning on it.

    And an abrupt ending that feels just right.

    Good stuff!

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    El Statico, I thought you might like the guitarone on this, especially my leetle acoustic intro. Now that you mentioned Metallica I do hear the similarity. Just a coincidence. Drums sound better because they are real drums. No Toontracking on this one. But I haven't used the programmed drums in quite awhile. I'm learning from you bro, you do very little programmed drums am I correct?

    So the Vibra slap reached out and slapped you huh, haha, wish I coulda been there to see you jump! I actually backed off the volume a bit for you my friend, you were right it was a bit over the top. Hey, que le gusta mucho este grito - you like my Grito Mexicano, the scream as you call it? Its all me ese, another ear shock to my subdued English friend no doubt. Haha, forgive me I'm laughing with you not at you bro. I know this track is different but I know you of all Loopers can appreciate different. Hey your last line is the seal of approval for me bro. Thanks.

  5. theHumps
    theHumps on Thu 14th Jul 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hell Yeah!! I love anything with a latin flare to it. You have a cool idea with the intro. That in itself could be taken as song idea, keep the western idea going. But when it all kicked in I was all in for the ride.

    Guitars sound great, nice tone and well played. I really liked the vocal at the end. You consider adding some more like that in the track or just the one shot? Just an idea.

    Cool track!!

    Wayne

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks Wayne, yeah good to know you dig some Latino sounds. I have sprinkled several of my latest tracks with some of it but this one is pretty much straight forward. Haha, so you even like the grito huh? Yes, I took a chance putting that in but it fits and I enjoyed doing it very much. More than one might be over doing it tho. But its after all very popular in mainstream musica Mexicana. Glad you dig it man and again Gracias for the kind words of support.

  6. silverman
    silverman on Mon 11th Jul 2016 - 3 years ago

    It's people like you who put me off! Pack my bags and give it up.
    This is brilliant and should be on vinyl somewhere with a great rattle snake cover.
    Wow is my best critical comment.

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey Silve, please I hope your joking about the giving up! Your material is quite great, you are easily my superior.

    Vinyl?

    Haha, I return the joke! Pantera beat me to the rattlesnake cover though.

    Hey man, I humbly accept all wows!
    Thanks heaps for the comment.

  7. danke
    danke on Sun 10th Jul 2016 - 3 years ago

    Dear mother of mine!!! :-)

    What the f...ing hell is this???

    One of the most innovative and creative 5 minutes I've ever heard here...man, you are really an unknown genious...:-)

    That guitar tune is sharp as knife and those progy drums and that scream at the end...hahhh...will read the story but I have to listen this hundred times...

    All my hats off, handshake, Danke

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Wow danke you scared me there for a second!
    I do agree that I'm relatively unknown, but genious is really stretching it man. But I sincerely appreciate your exuberance my friend. I'm glad you like the track, I wasn't sure if anyone short of Latino would actually enjoy this particular style. Especially the scream! Haha, I very much had to work that into the crescendo ending, mainly for fun !

    I appreciate your comment very much. Thanks!

  8. SupaFreakshow
    SupaFreakshow on Sun 10th Jul 2016 - 3 years ago

    I can't stop listening to this. If you check my influences, you'll see that you and I may be cut from the same 2x4. Downloaded, gonna add bass and vibraslap, it's my birthday so I consider it a gift...don't worry, I won't post it. I'll just send you what I came up with and leave it up to you.

    Peace

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    I'm late in my replies to these comments, sorry guys, but SupaFreakshow did in fact lay down some pretty sick bass to this track. I have requested he send me a clean .wav of the bass so I can possibly do some editing with it. I will re-post when complete for you all to hear.

  9. SupaFreakshow
    SupaFreakshow on Sun 10th Jul 2016 - 3 years ago

    This started out like Willie Nelson, broke into some Earth, then went into unchartered heavy rock goodness. The time signature, or signatures, keep me paying close attention. Listening on a shyte laptop, so not noticing any bass. If there is none, I'd be happy to offer up some Geezer Butler-ness.

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Willie Nelson, c'mon bro! Haha !
    The time signatures I believe are a mixture of 3/4 or 6/8 (hemiola which is widely used in latin music) and in some places reverts to a straight 4/4. There is bass but may be hard for you to make out on the ol laptop speakers. Plug in some head phones or ear buds ese for the best stereophonic experience. But I would happy to hear some Geeze as well !

  10. Burtsbluesboxes
    Burtsbluesboxes on Sun 10th Jul 2016 - 3 years ago

    Love reading the historical events that led to the birth of so many cool creepy legends. I'm more familiar with the Ickabog Crane and the headless horseman of massachussettes tale but have heard a similar one from Texas. Can you imagine what those who encountered EL Muerto must've thought of that decomposing headless thing on horseback! Music fits the tale well. \m/

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey Katz, over the years I have found myself in some really crazy situations and this one was certainly one of the more bizarre. To this day when I think back on it I try to rationalize it and make myself believe what we had seen had to have been a real horse. I dont choose to believe in ghosts, mainly because they scare me! But then why could we not find any horse tracks in the area where we had seen this happen? We also drove around to some of of the neighboring farms and inquired if they had seen anything or had any of their horses get out, and none said they had. Anyhow, its a mystery that will never be solved but I still get chills when I think about it and I don't like to be around horses. The friend I spoke of, whose name is Gil Chavira, now believes we did in fact see El Muerto. This song, I will dedicate to him.

    Thanks for the listen and comment bro.

  11. BillionaireExclusive
    BillionaireExclusive on Sun 10th Jul 2016 - 3 years ago

    This Track Is Awesome. Reading The Story While Listening Made It Even Better. Keep It Up! Checks Out My Tracks & Comment If You Get The Chance.

    - Billion

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks a billion, Billion. Glad you like the track and the story. I did check your track out as well.

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