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Description : My heaviest and most extreme track. Also the first with no synths. Crashing and smashing programmed drums and dirty layers of electric guitar (with a psychedelic, Eastern feel at times). Bass guitar plus a slide resonator guitar solo. No drum loops. Don't play this at your grandmother's funeral. Not unless she was a real headbanger.

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  1. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Sun 2nd Apr 2017 - 2 years ago

    Yo, Static Spongebath.

    "Hell, I'd give you one and use one of your local coyotes as the sponge."

    The picture of this in my head is in full "Brothers Grunt" form. A weird cartoon from the 90's.

    "Mahloo mentioned that there are some timing errors in this (though not where they are) and I'm sure he's right."

    If Mahloo said there are. There must be. It's like when Tumbleweed can pinpoint your compression settings just by hearing it. I can barely tell the difference when I'm actually using it, but he can tell by listening.

    "The population of Valvehalla is exactly the same as that of Nomadland. I'm sure both are brutal dictatorships."

    Which, most likely, is exactly why the population of each is so low.

    Laterz.

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    A Static Spongebath to you.

    That would be one in which I give you some static electricity shocks as you're chilling with your coyote-shaped sponge.

    Never heard of Brothers Grunt. Too weird for me, maybe.

    Can Tumbleweed really tell compression settings just by listening? Whenever I point out errors in his tracks, he usually tells me his ears are too old to notice them.

    I'm crap with compression and have never really got the hang of how to use it. But I have been applying a limiter to the final output bus of most of my tracks for the last few months. It's really helped make everything louder and more powerful though I am a bit concerned about the lack of dynamics in the visual waveform. It all sounds OK though. I know so little about mastering. I'm not a technical guy!

    Perhaps someone will one day want to live in Nomadland with me. I'd like it to be a fine lady but I've had very little interest so far. This leaves me more time to knock out nice tracks bro.

    Laterzzz.

  2. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Tue 14th Mar 2017 - 2 years ago

    No apologies necessary. I mean, were all here to listen to music. It's not like you asked me to give you a spongebath. Which, for the record, Would be a guaranteed "not a chance in hell".

    Honestly, I think it sounds fine the way it is. It doesn't need anymore work. So, take that for what's worth.

    Now, if you'll excuse me, I have some very heavy valves that need to be driven. I'm at work and the great steel beast waits for no one. Even the ruler of Valvehalla. (Pop. 1)

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    You wouldn't give me a spongebath? What the fuck? Every good Nomad needs a nice spongebath once in a while. And someone to perform spongeing duties. Am I unworthy? Hell, I'd give you one and use one of your local coyotes as the sponge. That's a badass spongebath!

    Mahloo mentioned that there are some timing errors in this (though not where they are) and I'm sure he's right. Making this track was actually quite a bit like metaphorically polishing a turd. It used to sound utter shit and was a lot of chopped bits of guitar and sections that didn't work. It's as cut up and spliced together as any sample-based hip hop track.

    I'm surprised you get to do any Loopermannning while driving those heavy valves. You probably just do a bit on your lunch break.

    The population of Valvehalla is exactly the same as that of Nomadland. I'm sure both are brutal dictatorships.

  3. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Tue 14th Mar 2017 - 2 years ago

    So, uhhh. I shot over here from your comment on Overmyth. As soon as I hit play I recognized it. Not only have I already listened to it, but already commented, too.
    Either way, it's still a bad ass track. I also still think it's a 3 way combo of Van Halen, Primus, and Edgar Winter. That's still a compliment, too.
    It was a good listen again. I think a lot of times we, on the loop, listen to a track once then never again. Generally speaking of course. Cryin' ass shame, really.

    Catch ya later, man.

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    Yo.

    A friendly fist bump to thee.

    Sorry - I realised shortly after leaving my comment on your Overmyth track that you'd already listened and commented on this one. My apologies - I simply assumed you must have missed it due to it being uploaded while you were away from the site. Listening to yours made me think of it.

    "I think a lot of times we, on the loop, listen to a track once then never again."

    That is quite standard, I'm sure. Some people make a lot of tracks favourites but I bet they rarely return to listen to them. I don't very often.

    I'm not entirely happy with this one but I did a hell of a lot of trimming and sound processing work to get it into this sort of shape so perhaps I can't really make it much better. All the same, I'll still probably give it a go.

    Take care,

    Furious Nomad

  4. Anubis
    Anubis on Tue 22nd Nov 2016 - 3 years ago

    Oww!
    Hey hey my friend
    how long

    For a long time I did not listen to one of your songs, and of course it must always be surprising to build all this melody, it seems to be something very complex, but for you it must be a lot of fun.
    Drum Heavy and Heavy Riff, it's a real work of art, it's awesome to know that you do all this on a computer, I'm still imagining that possibility ....
    I find interesting the intervals of this song, although it is a calmer moment, the energy is not lost, it is intense from beginning to end.
    The layers of the guitar are very psychedelic and relaxing in the middle of heavy drums, you blended well this process, these jokes with guitar and bass, is something characteristic of you, it strikes me.

    This is a heavy song and at the same time relaxing, we can say that it is a great job of his hands.
    It's good to know you're still here.

    Greetings, Anubis

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    Hi.

    Sorry for the slow reply.

    "it must always be surprising to build all this melody, it seems to be something very complex, but for you it must be a lot of fun."

    Yes - my tracks are always quite complicated and contain lots of layers and details, automation, effects and usually lots of instruments. It is good fun working with all these different elements. I love adding lots of small details as I think it makes the listening experience much deeper and more enjoyable. And more interesting when you listen many times.

    "it's awesome to know that you do all this on a computer, I'm still imagining that possibility"

    Yes - just me, some instruments and software. The drum software is the most important element in getting this kind of heavy sound that really sounds like a very, very good drummer playing live.

    "although it is a calmer moment, the energy is not lost, it is intense from beginning to end."

    Yes, I decided to have a funkier, calmer section after a few minutes to provide a break from all the heavy intensity. And then it's fun to bring all that heaviness back and then go even heavier for the ending.

    "The layers of the guitar are very psychedelic"

    I didn't plan that but I make a lot of psychedelic music so it's not surprising.

    "a heavy song and at the same time relaxing"

    Is it also relaxing? A female friend thinks it's "sexy" so maybe it's heavy, fun, sexy, relaxing, intense and happy.

    "It's good to know you're still here."

    Yes - I say the same to you. I had forgotten about you as you haven't been on the site for so long.

    See you around...

  5. toastedavalanche
    toastedavalanche on Mon 21st Nov 2016 - 3 years ago

    Other than me singing Manson's The Beautiful People at 3:26, I've never heard anything quite like this. It's so bluesy, ballsy and unashamed that it kicks you in the face before you can make an objection. Basically... It's so much crazy fun that I can't really critique this. It's just freakin' Awesome! :D

    TA

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    Brutal, toasted greetings.

    I don't think I'd heard The Beautiful People before so went and checked it out and I think I can see a connection to the groove at 3:26.

    "I've never heard anything quite like this"

    Excellent. That's my aim with every track I make. First, to make something I haven't heard before. And then I hope some other people might feel the same.

    "bluesy, ballsy and unashamed"

    I like to think so.

    "so much crazy fun that I can't really critique this."

    Sure - I know what you mean. It's supposed to be such an overwhelming riot of sound that you're listening and perhaps not even thinking about technical details or whatever, just letting the badassery course through your veins. Hopefully you can't sit still while listening to this.

    Let me know if you have any other thoughts once you've calmed down as I'm always interested to hear them.

    Thanks.

  6. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Mon 21st Nov 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hello

    listening to this track all throughout is giving an impression of somethin progressing/changing happenig to me and I liked experiencing to this. It is a great powerful mix at this point. There is a certain chord progression but it does not matter as there is a straight melodic drum pattern as well. It is because I tend to project all jazz, classical and choral (chordal) music very much. All pentatonic scale then?

    There must be a harmonic underpinning everywhere in music anyway and I believe in it (at least when tryning creating resonable melodies myself).

    I enjoyed listening,
    A.

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    Hello for the first time in a long time.

    Good to hear you liked this.

    "a great powerful mix"

    That's good to know. I think it has to be if you want to make a really aggressive, dynamic track that smacks you hard in the face (in a good way, of course).

    "there is a straight melodic drum pattern"

    I'm not sure what that means. Melody from the drums?

    "There must be a harmonic underpinning everywhere in music anyway and I believe in it"

    I really don't know as I don't know enough about sound and music to comment with any accuracy.

    Thanks again.

  7. Mahloo13
    Mahloo13 on Sun 20th Nov 2016 - 3 years ago

    This is a whole new level of psychelic music.Dark yet bluesy and ranchy at times. There are some timing errors in there but musically this is a cool journey, actually had me banging my head around. The riffs are tasty with that bluesy influence. And then you change them up but maintain the feel of the song, very well arranged.

    That slide solo was pure americana!

    Enjoyed this one!

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    Brutal greetings, Mr Mahloo.

    I make lots of psychedelic music so I didn't really think of this one as being especially psychedelic. Utterly badass is what I'm going for though, as it's me, I guess I can't help making it a bit psychedelic and weird.

    I'm quite curious where these timing errors are so any details on them would be great.

    It wouldn't be surprising if there are some as most of the instrumentation is made up of leftover, recycled, cut up bits of guitar and bass from other tracks. I spent a lot of time tidying everything up and tightening the drums wherever possible (without losing the insane vibe) but I'm prepared to do more if it would help.

    " riffs are tasty with that bluesy influence"

    Yes, I sometimes can't help getting a bit bluesy with my hard rock/metal playing and some of the recycled parts come from a blues track though I guess that adds an extra flavour not present in lots of metal (so does the swing groove).

    The slide solo is fun. I've done so much slide playing in so many genres, including heavy tracks.

    There's some nice slide in the following heavy track, which is probably my best ever heavy track. Not as mental as this one but still pretty badass:

    Chasm
    http://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/172322

    Thanks again and good to hear it got you banging your head about.

  8. smallpaul
    smallpaul on Tue 15th Nov 2016 - 3 years ago

    Heavy indeed sir! Every time I listen to one of your tracks I instantly want to buy EZ drummer! (if thats the right one!?) It always sounds amazing!Some excellent guitar work here, I think it covers most styles! And engineered and produced to perfection! Very well done!

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    Sorry for the slow reply.

    Yes, we've talked about EZ Drummer before. I actually have Toontrack's Superior Drummer but it also plays all the EZ stuff. Only about 3 drumkits used here and two are EZ ones.

    Does the guitar here cover "most styles"? I thought it was mostly on the heavy side though I guess there is some funkier and bluesier stuff plus some a bit psychedelic and Eastern so I suppose that is a few.

    Heavy indeed.

    Thanks again, see you around.

  9. Evisma
    Evisma on Mon 14th Nov 2016 - 3 years ago

    Greetings, to the synthless and loopless.

    Quite a bit of chuggery in this first section. I like the steady rhythm with the lead guitar barely able to contain itself. Followed by the drummer declaring himself to be totally ape-shit nuts.

    1:20 the badass is gone, replaced by a jaunty character, twanging out his pleas and declarations.

    3:00 alternate picking moment is delightful. A lot of strength in the distorted tones,

    3:23 Drum break seems to need something in the background. Bassline? A palm muted rhythm? Something.

    A lot of this is actually pretty happy music, while still being heavy at times. Major scales when a lot of heavy stuff is minor.

    5:22 on is fucking phenomenal. Peeling back the leads and having mostly the bouncing rhythm line going is awesome. Yes, way more up my alley than your past half-dozen.

    I dig it. Love the heavy stuff. Aggressive, yet positive. Reminds me of Volbeat's music. Can't stand their singer, but the music is ok at times.

    So,... first time we spoke since the whole Trump thing happened. So,........ yeah. I keep laughing at the sky, unable to believe we were hateful and fearful enough to do it. The popular vote went the other way, but we end up a joke anyway. Appointed cabinet will be a circus of creationists and buffoons.

    I have at least 1,500 days of hanging my head to do. Sad shit.

    I hope all is well with you.

    Take care, Alex.

    Evan, fucking smiley glad-hands with hidden agendas

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    Furious greetings, head-hanging sad shit bro, with your bullshit three ring circus sideshow of freaks.

    First you got Trumped, then you got positively brutalised by The Nomad. It's been quite a week.

    It's mostly the same sort of chugging for the first minute as the mental drummer progresses through his ape-shit nuts beats, eventually settling on a nice swing metal groove as the first "proper" riff kicks in on 1:20. I think the jaunty character comes from the swing vibe.

    "3:00 alternate picking moment is delightful"

    I think you must mean the distorted rapid bass g fill. Yes - a nice one there.

    "3:23 Drum break seems to need something in the background"

    I agree but I don't know what to put there. I wanted a comfortable break from any intensity before kicking into the funkier guitar stuff on 3:35 but you're right that it does sound a bit empty. I should go back and try adding something subtle.

    "pretty happy music, while still being heavy at times."

    I don't think of it as happy but certainly joyful and exuberant. I know there's only a fine line between joyful/exuberant and happy. Can you believe that my mum actually liked this track? Because of the joy. See my reply to Neo for more on that.

    Yes, the ending is fitting and the most badass section - just what was required.

    "way more up my alley than your past half-dozen"

    It's just as well I don't work on commission from you to make music that you enjoy hearing. I'd get fired. You know it's mostly just my rocking shit that you're into.

    Never heard of Volbeat.

    So, a furious fist bump to the DTrump if he visits you. But watch out for dark-suited, earpieced types hanging around him. They might shoot your fist off.

    The Evanator says the end is near.
    The Evanator says we'll see Armageddon soon.
    The Evanator certainly hopes we will.
    The Evanator sure could use a vacation from this

  10. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Sat 12th Nov 2016 - 3 years ago

    Hot Damn, Bromeo!

    This is like Primus fell into a Vat of Van Halen and used Edgar Winters' towel to dry off.

    Funny thing is, if someone said, without telling me who it is, to "listen to this" I would have known right away that it was yours. You have a signature sound that you take with you on every track. That's a good thing. It makes it yours and yours alone.

    Good lord, that ending is a heavy one. Bravo! Yes. this is definitely your heaviest one yet. At least of the ones that I've heard. I need to get caught up on everyone's new tracks. Link me the ones you think I need to hear for sure!

    Talk to you later, Dewd.
    Valv...er, uhhhh. Sloe.

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    Hot damn, Sloebro.

    Did listening to this track explode all your valves? Maybe you shook them loose with all the headbanging at the end.

    "Primus fell into a Vat of Van Halen and used Edgar Winters' towel to dry off"

    An interesting comparison though I feel this one may be heavier than all three of those guys though I don't actually listen to any of them. Primus certainly is weirder and Edgar W much bluesier. There are actually some bits of blues guitar in here as this was begun with some leftover guitar parts from a blues track.

    "You have a signature sound that you take with you on every track."

    Damn, I hope so. Even so, I still have to make the track good. Distinctive but not very enjoyable isn't good enough.

    Yes, awesome heavy ending, giving the track the conclusion it was crying out for. Yes, this is the heaviest thing you've ever heard from me. Let's hope I can sometime go even heavier.

    This year has been all about the cello for me as I've made loads of music with it, taking in loads of genres. Here are some highlights for you to inspect:

    Cellometallo:

    Nuance is Futile http://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/176620

    Grooving psychedelic cellout:

    The Warm Glow Of Yesterday http://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/176476

    Cello hip hop, jazz, rock etc:

    Everything Where It Should Be http://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/177063

    Psychedelic, Eastern, dark dance/jazz/fusion:

    Navigating The Neversphere http://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/177970

    Psychedelic techno cello:

    Dangerous Spaces http://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/180406

    Psychedelic Eastern shuffle blues (no cello):

    The Mythical Gates http://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/177482

    I've made other tracks since you've been on here but those should do for now.

    Take care.

  11. crucethus
    crucethus on Fri 11th Nov 2016 - 3 years ago

    Greetings Septic Hebomad:
    ¨Fisting the night away!!!! As Chubby Checker never sang it as ehh? Song Feels a little like a tantrum one of those little snowflakes might have at university nowadays because the wrong pronoun was used on someone. Seriously Intense therapy session of the primal nature. :Neomorpheous said: ¨Way too brutal for young ears, as well as dead Grandmothers ears!¨ Well I can tell you my Dead Grandmother loved this. It sparked her creative streak to decompose something....(drum hit). As for the young ears, let em learn how hard life really is. BTW 3.25 reminded me of something New Wave or Van Halen like with the drum tom solos. I was Banging my head by the end of this and I loved the ending. I´ĺl be by later to dissect this one, but this was my general listening review.
    Later Tater
    Excrucethus

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    ExCruciatingly brutal greetings.

    Good point about the snowflakes and pronouns. We've never talked about it but I actually think about that annoying subject quite a lot and have been following the case of your fellow Crunadian Professor Jordan Peterson with great interest. See him defending his refusal to capitulate and be forced to use made up pronouns here (and in many other videos):

    Genders, Rights and Freedom of Speech
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kasiov0ytEc

    Chubby Checker may well have fisted the night away but perhaps just didn't sing about it. I don't think Elton John was singing "Yeah, I'm totally gay" when he was married to a woman in the 70s.

    Anyway, back to the fist bumps, which are much more fun.

    Good decomposing grandmother joke. For that you get as many drum hits as there are in this brutal track. So, about 10,000.

    "BTW 3.25 reminded me of something New Wave or Van Halen like with the drum tom solos. "

    Perhaps though that section probably is a bit too open and needs a little something else (bass?) to go over the top, as pointed out by The Evanator.

    "I was Banging my head by the end of this and I loved the ending. "

    Good as it deserved that extreme ending. I had to take it even heavier than before and I managed it.

    Brutal Primal Nomad, brutalising Crunadian ears primarily for the fun of it.

  12. Metabolic
    Metabolic on Fri 11th Nov 2016 - 3 years ago

    I'm loving the ride hits.. Then those double bass kicks, damn...

    Tom lick, awesome.

    I get the feeling a Stoner, who managed to bypass the lazy effects, got a boost of confidence and thought fuck it, I'll be me, come at me universe.

    So much happening, yet very cohesive. I'm very much diggin' this.

    The drums just get better and better, jazz/heavy metal.

    Oof, that ending was powerful.

    More please, that was fantastic.

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    Yo, Mr Metabolic.

    Good to hear you liked this though it's not surprising as I know you love your heavy shit.

    I didn't think anyone would notice/mention those early ride hits. Just a bit more activity on top of some unspectacular, simple guitar and bass riffage. First minute is all about getting rid of that riffage and progressing drums into full, banging swing mode, taking in blastbeats along the way.

    "I get the feeling a Stoner, who managed to bypass the lazy effects, got a boost of confidence and thought fuck it, I'll be me, come at me universe. "

    That's a very interesting and intriguing and somewhat far out sentence. Are you saying I'm normally lazy with my use of effects? I'm still using reverb and delay and stuff here but no doubt in a more restrained way than usual. Yes, it does sound like it has more balls and as though spacey effects aren't needed. Not when there's this much power on display.

    "So much happening, yet very cohesive."

    Thanks. I had to work really hard at that as the track had been sitting on my hard drive for years in a crappy, messy, overly loud state. So much trimming and tweaking and crossfading between bits of chopped up audio (ie guitar parts).

    "The drums just get better and better, jazz/heavy metal."

    Yes, I think the jazz connection is simply the cool, swing groove. I think you can dance to it.

    Yes, mental ending. I just had to take things up another level and really go out with a crazy blast. The track deserves it and I'm wondering how I can make stuff go even heavier and madder without getting totally out of control. Something to work on in my next heavy track, though I don't really currently have one on the go.

    I'll try to make more tracks like this but it's not my main sort of style so it might be a long time before I make anything like this again.

    Thanks.

  13. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Thu 10th Nov 2016 - 3 years ago

    Bromadic Stat,

    Man for your sake I hope Hogan Howe isn't a fan of Looperman. Scotland Yard might not approve of such an unmitigated display of drum brutality as this !! My arms and legs hurt just listening to it.

    Haha, great track here bro and yes unbelievable no synths. Aside from it's Epic-ness level of super-human drumming the guitars aren't to be overlooked. They are pretty much wailing like Banshees throughout. I really dig the end groove starting around 4:40, very cool guitar riffs and double bass quad kicks. Just a completely intense track from start to finish that showcases some blistering guitar (possibly your heaviest work to date) and some criminally insane drumming, the likes of which might not ever be allowed to be produced again without an adult rating. Way too brutal for young ears, as well as dead Grandmothers ears!

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    Brutal greetings.

    You initially confused me with your Hogan Howe reference. "Who the hell is that?", I thought. Then I worked out that you mean Bernard Hogan-Howe, head of the Met Police in London. How do you know about that guy? Is he well known in Texas?

    Anyway, yes, I may end uop being arrested for excessive drum brutality. I am willing to face my punishment and make no apology for such a criminally insane display of thunderous, swinging metal madness.

    You're totally right about the super-human drumming as that's exactly what some of it is. Multiple kits are often playing simultaneously though if you listen to just one of those kits, you'll find that one drummer would not have enough limbs to pull off that playing, eg when the toms are banging away there's also hats and crash, kick and snare so probably sometimes 5 or 6 simultaneous hits. The drummer would have to attach sticks to his head and dick to manage it all.

    "the guitars aren't to be overlooked"

    That's right - never overlook the guitars in a heavy track containing only bass, drums and guitar. My main guitar regret is the lack of a continuing solo around 2:27. There it sounds like a cool, high solo should happen but it doesn't, instead just fading away. I should probably go back and try adding around 10-15 secs of soloing there to make it feel complete.

    Yes, this track should probably have a high Looperman brutality rating and warning. Imagine if small children logged on and listened to this. That could be very dangerous.

    End riffage around 4:40 is just a return to my previous "chorus" riff, which is easily the best one in the whole thing. That's why you hear it many times.

    This may be unsuitable for dead grandmothers' ears but can you believe that my little old mum actually likes this track? She mostly likes jazz, classical and choral music, nothing heavy or aggressive whatsoever. I gave her a lot of warning about how brutal and intense it was but she was amused by the title so said she'd like to hear it. I said I expected her to hate it but she instead like the exuberance, the joy and the swing. "Sorry to disappoint you", she said, as I was surprised she even listened to the whole thing. Mother's metal!

    I'm pleased she liked it as I think it shows that, for all its power, it still has some melodic merit and some cool grooves. It's fun brutal rather than evil or depressing brutal. I don't make that sort of music and always look for cool grooves and melody and stuff.

    Superhuman Swinging Nomad

  14. Balance21
    Balance21 on Thu 10th Nov 2016 - 3 years ago

    i like it man, it gets me in that freaky mode, stay blessed

    StaticNomad
    Reply by StaticNomad

    Thanks. Good luck to you and your freaky mode.

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GUITARGURU : 0057331-0001168 (wavey rock riff), 0057331-0001169 (robot talk)
BLAQHSTARRMUSIC : 00665575-0014482 (acoustic overdrive gt)
SPIVKURL : 0186161-0065468 (acidic arpeggio)
CHILLDADDY : 0067852-0001439 (indian calling tom tom)
PSYCHOTROPIC_CIRCLE : 0071878-0003099 (lion perc and orc 01), 0071878-0002818 (salsa groove 01), 0071878-0003153 (fx el 3 114)
SASH : 0020884-0001302 (screaming feedback)
LJSHADOW : 0144345-0014306 (hitter)
DRMISTERSIR : 0208341-0069232 (she loves it)
WADIZZLE5000 : 0711434-0054859 (break break break)
STREETSBEATZ : 0959110-0062623 (ratchet gutta - ride)
DJ_FRED_VAL : 0002663-0002511 (fv roland dr-550 120), 0002663-0006690 (fv rock beat 140), 0002663-0008079 (fv xylo attack 140)

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 !

Description : A collab with nicetones101 ! This has been awhile in the making, real life caught up with me and i had to take a little musical break. I looked over my past comments i received and i tried to put all the constructive criticism to work ! I turned the vocals up a bit , I also cut down on the effects and left a clean vocal track. I did want the chaos and the noise to still be a player in certain parts though. I tried to create two distinct atmospheres, an uneasy calm and a manic episode. I prefer headphones with this track as there is a lot going on at certain times.

Description : The music for this song is 'Heavy Metal Highway' song and was used with permission from Randy at . The added vocals and effects were added in Garageband. Listen to it LOUD and listen all the way to the end, it's worth it!

Description : A collab with nicetones101. Dark , gritty and with questionable intent. crunchy riff driven guitars and atmospheric vocals weave together a solemn track.Hopefully we invoke some sort of emotion! \m/

Description : made this and most of my new songs with loops i buy
i can play but have no guitar my loops are
ambient metal creations 2
beta monkey double bass mania
uberschall no headroom

Description : A collab with fellow Looperman, "dssdsdsd". He posted a pretty wicked guitar instrumental a while back of this song from KoRns Untouchables LP with a request for someone to mix it. I decided to give it a shot to complete the song. Wanted to stay true to the original as possible but didn't want a carbon copy so I tried a few ideas of my own. Added a bit of my own guitar, drums, keyboards, a lot of effects and even stepped up to the mic for a try at the vocals.

Tags : | Heavy Metal | 5.45 MB | Cubase

Description : Psychedelic chillout stoner/doom epic. Badass heavy riffage and drumming plus big chillout vibes. Heavy electric guitar plus slow attack lead parts. Other beauty and ambience from filter swept violins, two synth pads and some subtle female vocal samples. Also bass guitar and sub bass. Two programmed, heavy drum kits and one lighter one, to fatten up the sound.

Tags : | Heavy Metal | 8.77 MB

Description : I know it's more fusion than metal, but still put there... :) Some lame guitar notes by me, everything else is loops from the site only. Enjoy or hate it! :)

Applied loops (fully or partially):

PLANETJAZZBASS: 0111346-0014685 (MrGlitchy),
0111346-0035717 (Zoombie Grass),
0111346-0026143 (Choral One),
GUITARJOCK: 0353199-0026553 (guitarjocks punkish lead gtr chorus 2),
0353199-0026550 (guitarjocks punkish lead gtr rhy 1),
BUTCHEROFNORMALITY: 0234230-0014373 (Metal Siren),
ISHIMIZU: 0259745-0032168 (Virtual Guitar loop),
CLINTHAMERMUSIC: 0409755-0031558 (Perky Beat),
NEMESIS1979: 0096007-0035046 (resistance),
STEINAA: 0214983-0034769 (Irreversible drumz),
HMNN: 0073162-0024186 (HMNN Orch5),
DEXTDEE: 0116269-0015590 (whistling celestial),
SLAPJOHNSON: 0067443-0012880 (Garage 50),
GUITARGURU: 0057331-0003622 (Robot Song),
ARIXXONSC: 1264531-0079772 (170 Funky Bass Melody),
ALEN9R: 0379853-0057899 (MMS FULL Drums 85 Bpm),
KEDAL: 0308983-0022318 (Evolutive 4),
BLAZEBEATSOFFICIAL: 0748303-0083177 (arp dance loop),
KLEVRAH: 0406855-0060757 (One that got away),
NEEZLE: 0689209-0083666 (Metallic Groove),
SGN: 0383306-0040705 (Did I Stutter Part 1),
ALIVIDLIFE: 0158799-0049750 (alividlife Insomnia Drums2 125),
BENTLEYRHYTHMACE: 0000014-0000098 (Bra Dirty Echo Beats 1),
SHORTBUSMUSIC: 0500098-0061360 (Hip Hop Piano in Dm-G),
SINTHETICRECORDS: 0403648-0055960 (Sinthetic - Tick Tock Drums and Percussion 100),
DESIGNEDIMPRESSION: 0592478-0068836-designedimpression-we-rise-hold-synth (deleted loop),
WATERMIND: 0071369-0005244-watermind-077-harmonica-echo-1-a (deleted user?).

Tags : | Heavy Metal | 9.94 MB

Description : One of my greatest heavy tracks. What I find unusual is the amount of melodic and deep ambient guitar that sits on top of low, distorted riffs and fat, heavy drums. Very little synth work here apart from the sub bass, which plays almost throughout. Bass guitar in two sections and a couple of slide resonator guitar solos. Drums are a few programmed metal/rock kits, no drum loops. What I still have trouble believing and understanding is that all of the many vocal sounds in this are actually timestretched guitar parts (8x or 800% slower). I don't know why the timestretching adds such a clear vocal component to the sound. Gets darker and more intense in the middle (and towards the end) but this is otherwise quite melodic - perhaps in a way that might put off some metallers. Shitloads of guitar playing, some fairly badass, and lots of heavy, crashing drums so press play if you want to rock hard but also in a deep ambient, psychedelic way. Interesting thoughts and reflections are, as always, greatly appreciated. Detailed comments preferred...

Description : I am totally just gonna encourage you to hit play...and enjoy!

Thank you so much Mr. Bear for the track and the mix :-), now you'll have something to entertain you on your trip :-)

PLAY IN TRAFFIC! AND LOUD!

Tags : | Heavy Metal | 6.30 MB | Cubase

Description : rock/metal song

Tags : | Heavy Metal | 6.73 MB

Description : I discovered Meshuggah around 2003 and was blown away by the power, complexity and super Heavy sound of their music. Their "Nothing" album marked the switch to 8 string guitars and pushed Heavy Metal into a whole new territory. My track is a variant cover of their song "Nebulous". I have stayed pretty close to the original but added a few dynamic elements of my own. Its loud, its super heavy and way out there...Beyond Nebulous.

Description : UPDATED!
My latest work. It would be awesome to find a singer for this.. 105 BPM

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