Tags : | Heavy Metal | 5.35 MB

Description : "Remember the Sabbath day".

I went to see Sabbath for the last time the other night here in Dallas. They have proclaimed themselves a Dead Band Walking and are performing their final concert tour. They put on a great show as always but it was a sad ending, as most endings usually are. Since they are one of my favorite bands I decided to put together a little tribute track here. I have been busy working on some doom/stoner metal riffs and also have a lot of Sabbath cover stuff I've done. So I did a little mix of something new along with my version of Supernaut. It's basically a jam that focuses on replicating their sound and styling. I know there's a few Black Sabbath fans here so hopefully you guys will like it.

Long live the GOAT, the greatest of all time, the true Gods of Metal - Black Sabbath !

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  1. RedGardens
    RedGardens on Mon 3rd Sep 2018 - 1 year ago

    Love it mate, keep at it.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Sorry for the long reply RG, I'm bad about checking my older tracks. On the positive side, I'm busy working on new stuff so please forgive me. Thanks for the listen and taking time to drop a comment, I do very much appreciate it ! Stay tuned, I have more stoner metal in the works.

  2. CavSgt
    CavSgt on Sat 7th Jul 2018 - 1 year ago

    Nice...my lighter burned out while listening to it, haha

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Yeah man, sad about the Sab but I guess even the brightest candle burns out eventually. Thanks for the comment man.

  3. briandodson
    briandodson on Thu 2nd Mar 2017 - 2 years ago

    Kick Ass !! Black Sabbath Rules. This is a killer track.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Yes they do Brian.
    Thanks for the comment bro.

  4. briandodson
    briandodson on Thu 2nd Mar 2017 - 2 years ago

    Kick Ass !! Black Sabbath Rules. This is a killer track.

  5. topvega
    topvega on Fri 7th Oct 2016 - 3 years ago

    So much awesomeness here. Bad ass track for sure and you nail the whole Sabbath vibe. Love them. Faved.


    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Wow more Sabbath fans on here than I thought !
    I really appreciate the listen and comment tv !!
    AND the fave, yeah !

  6. Nodog
    Nodog on Thu 6th Oct 2016 - 3 years ago

    Neo yes oh yes FAT FAT FAT love it nuff said, now where's me feckin guitar :) Robbie

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks man, I dig the Wally/Grommit avatar !

  7. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Thu 6th Oct 2016 - 3 years ago

    There isn’t any word that can be said about your talent mate.
    Big well done to you mate.
    Really enjoyed it.


    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Much appreciate the kind words Jamid.

    Big Thanks !

  8. swindla007
    swindla007 on Wed 5th Oct 2016 - 3 years ago

    Man, too bad you didnt release this in the summer...i would have been listening to it everynight. This is definitely a rock-out track and its fully appreciated. I hope youre gonna release more like this track, youve got yourself a fan.
    Dj Swindla

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks bro, I do have a few more heavy tracks in the works but right now I'm really having a problem getting free time to work on music. I'm also a freelance artist which consumes a considerable amount of my free time. I don't make any money off the music side so it usually takes the back seat when I have some artwork pressing that I can make a few $ on. Stay tuned though, I will try to get something posted soon.

  9. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Wed 5th Oct 2016 - 3 years ago

    Saw Sabbath back in the mid 70's and really enjoyed the concert, mind you to this day it was the only Metal concert I have ever been to! haha...Man this is pretty heavy stuff with some cool riffing going on, Tommy Iommi would dig it for sure!..I especially like the second part, very Claptonish, in fact it's very Creamish (must have been some mutual adoration going on between those bands)...I always really loved Sabbath's ballads like Killing Yourself to Live (it's been so long I can hardly remember the track names now)..mixing Metal is no walk in the park I imagine as there's heaps of frequency overlap at times and getting a clear take with good continuity like you've done here shows the work you've put in...excellent work from start to finish!...cheers Dave

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks Dave, yeah I do hear some semblance of Clapton as you say. I do have strong roots in Blues and early on I was listening heavily to guys like Clapton, Page, and Hendrix. Absolutely right about getting clear takes. I'm not sure how the majority of guys record but I'm rarely lucky enough to get what I want with one or two try's. I'm usually Lots of times I end up slicing the most

  10. Bindanox
    Bindanox on Sat 1st Oct 2016 - 3 years ago

    Great warm fat sound.This sounds really cool man.
    Kinda stoner sound to it.Awesome solo on the second section.
    The drums sound really organic,you did great work with them samples as explained by you in other previous comments.
    Great work.Congrats


    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Yeah Nelson, of course its a meager attempt to pay homage to such a legendary band. Glad you approve and thanks for the nice comments. Much appreciated.

  11. lAVel
    lAVel on Tue 27th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    After 2:00 mark this track really starts to shine for me. Horns up _\m/

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey lAVel thanks for weighing in on this, I appreciate the horns !

  12. superultramegaok
    superultramegaok on Wed 21st Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    hail sabbath and great doom/stoner track.
    Great sound heavy and fat.
    Well done, can i ask you which guitar/set up you used ?
    Sounds big!

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey supes !
    Thanks for the nice comment bro, glad you like the track.
    As far as the rig set up goes, as I mentioned below the two sections were recorded using different gear. Its well known that Tony's signature sound on his early Sabbath LP's resulted from a combination of his distinctive gear set up and of course the metal thimble-like prosthetics he wears on the tips of a few of his fretting hand fingers that were badly damaged in a machine shop accident in his youth. No use of metal finger tips here but the first section guitar/amp set up is as close to his original as possible. Drop tuned Gibson SG standard with humbuckers played through his signature Laney TI 100 60 watt valve head and 4X12 cab. Tony didn't use a fuzz pedal but instead used a treble booster and a wah pedal. The amp itself is pretty capable of replicating a very close facsimile of Tony's sound with all the custom Iommi harmonically designed circuitry and controls but still added a distortion pedal in the signal chain for some added adjustments. The Supernaut section is actually played on a strat through my old Mesa-Boogie Dual Rectifier using a Supro germanium transistor fuzz pedal which is a fantastic pedal in terms for attaining that Vol. 4 fuzz tone, and of course a wah pedal.

    Thanks for the listen and weighing in on the track.

  13. PeteTebar
    PeteTebar on Wed 21st Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    Let me say first that your avatar is very, very cool. I thought of the Master Of Reality cover when I first saw it. Aw man, this is superb, f^^^^n raw. Shit, I feel like punching...my asshole neighbor. Kidding, I will not succumb to violence, but it's tempting. That says a lot about this track, it has every ingredient to hit the rock charts and taking my girl to a dance...in a mosh pit XD Great production, awesome arrangement. 4 thumbs up, that's including my two big toes. Congratualtions on a superb track..consider this DL and faved. BTW, thanks for the DL.


    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey thanks Pete. I changed the avatar specifically for this track. Was wondering if anyone would make the connection. Yeah man I guess the spark of aggression is a good reaction to the track. Sorry you have the A hole neighbor. I wouldn't want to be responsible for you getting busted for assault and battery though, so try not to get too out of control (ha ha)!

  14. NateJMusic
    NateJMusic on Fri 16th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    Yeah!!! Fking amazing!! I love the mix, so authentic. How did you record this?

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hi Nate, wow thanks for that exuberant expletive! Really glad you like the track bro. Not exactly sure on what you mean by "How", but check out my response to danke and StaticNomad below for some revealed details on the track.

  15. Burtsbluesboxes
    Burtsbluesboxes on Mon 12th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    Sabbath has been one of the most influencial bands ever!! Even though they may be retiring they've been immortalized through their massive contribution to the world of music. Lucky bastard getting to see them! The wife saw them many years ago, jealous! Awesome tribute track \m/ Toni would be proud.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey katz, yeah I was hoping you would approve, knowing full well your uncompromising allegiance to the mighty Sabb. Yup, they are immortalized in more ways than most know.

    On the Akashic plane: The central, neutral plane of creation that interconnects the other six planes of existence, there is a tome in a library in which the distilled knowledge of the universe is recorded. This particular book holds records of human accomplishments and on a certain page there is a likeness of Tony Iommi, below it is written that he is in fact the "Master of Riff". In a separate section there is an entire page devoted to the undisputed "Lords and creators of Heavy Metal"...Black Sabbath. If is is thereby written, then it is thereby so. The "Purveyors of Truth" disclosed this information to me during a Dungeons and Dragons match several years ago, when my character "Reeker the Unruly", a high level Barbarian, luckily defeated a 9th level Sorceror and obtained many of his abilities and spells including "Plane Shift". I (Reeker) still in the waning throws of a berserker rage, of course immediately invoked it and... well ended up On the Akashic.

    Much appreciate the comments bro and yeah bow to the wife, she witnessed greatness !

  16. TeeGee1965
    TeeGee1965 on Sun 11th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    Wow great riffing, and a nice tribute. Love the guitars, cool solo from 2:28 on. Drums in first bit a bit low, but overall a nice track to listen. Rock on!!!!

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey TeeGee, thanks for the listen and comment bro. Check out my reference to the drum issue in my response to StaticNomad below.

    And yes, by all means...Rock on!

  17. BillionaireExclusive
    BillionaireExclusive on Sat 10th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    Nice Production

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks a billion, Billionz !

  18. FatalDecline
    FatalDecline on Sat 10th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    SABBATH \m/ I was lucky enough to see them a couple times, never a disappointment . The true fathers of Stoner/Doom Metal, nice tribute, like the supernaut riffage, The first minute of this was my favorite , great stuff, throw the horns one last time for SABBATH \m/

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    FatalD, Yeah man there was definitely much horn throwing during that show. Its unbelievable to think how fast life goes by. Things as this certainly makes us painfully aware of just how precious time is.

    Thanks for the comment bro.

  19. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sat 10th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    Sabbathical greetings, NeoIommiBro.

    Good shit here though I'd get rid of that initial little plugging in or whatever it is. Just start on 0:03 as that's a cool guitar tone and riff.

    Guitar and bass sound thick and awesome and are very well played. My only probem is with the drums. They're really not cutting it and it sounds like the drummer is having problems keeping up with the guitar and bass. They're really far back in the mix and just, overall, not kicking as they should. The track still works OK but could be transformed with improved, fatter drums.

    The drums sound a bit better in part 2 eg from 1:55.

    2:29 cool solo.

    2:30 awesome guitar hero type of one arm raised in the air trill work.

    Fadeout ending works surprisingly well as it's nice and long. However, it still cuts off too abruptly.

    I might come back and say a bit more but congrats for now on seeing those old Sabbath men and putting together a good tribute.

    Static OzzyMad

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Man I cant believe you don't like the plug and play !? OK, it is a bit silly I guess. I don't know why but I have always liked that sound.

    Yeah I know the drums struggle in spots in the first section against all that high gain distortion but I have to admit that I purposely did so in order to peg the guitar quotient in the mix to critical mass levels and maybe also take the focus away from a bit of a lack luster quality wise drum track. You have a knack for always finding me out !

    The drums on the second half are programmed Toontrackage which albeit they are more pronounced but still have that obvious signature which, I'm not normally too fond of. I gave it my best shot though.

    I'm happy with this review though. I may give it another go through and try to tweek it some more, although I'm already deep into another track.

    Thanks for your feedback bro, always appreciated.

  20. danke
    danke on Sat 10th Sep 2016 - 3 years ago

    perfect...Sabbath rules, no question...everything was built on them...those albums and amazing riffs...

    in your tribute I prefer the first part with that huge retro sound...

    thanx for making this rememberance...Sabbath will live forever...

    handshake, Danke

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hi danke,

    The first section is the lastest of the two and was recorded with different gear and a bit different method of mixing. Theres eight different guitar tracks used with two variations of each rhythm. This is live guitar (Gibson SG Standard) drop tuned one and a half steps to C#. Played through a Laney TI 100 Iommi signature valve amp. The drums are real, constructed from samples and I modified a bass sample for a few runs here and there. Guitars are double and quad tracked, making use of Iommi signature 3 against 4 rhythmic patterns and a few layered offset whole step note bends.
    The Last Supernaut section was recorded about a year ago. This section is clearly not as fat on the rhythm guitar and power chords, tried to keep it close to the original. Of course made use of trills and double-tracking effect on the solo, sometimes in unison sometimes not trying to mimic Tony's famous tape delay soloing.

    Thanks for the listen and comment bro.

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