Tags : | Rock | 8.33 MB

Description : A darker, sad-ish intro section of electric and bass guitars, leading into an odd juxt of Celtic and Egyptian leads. A brief intermission of musicbox and guiro knocking before the heavy second half. The distorted guitar layers in this half took a long time with amp and cab sims to get mixed where it is now, along with some taken advice from a guy with VD. Any further advice is most welcome, along with any constructive or destructive criticism, critique or opinion.

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  1. DeaDResT
    DeaDResT on Mon 6th Nov 2017 - 1 year ago

    Loved the track bro! It gave me some inspiration on the way you mixed the track. Really good Job Evisma. A real pleasure listening to your tracks :)

  2. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Wed 13th Sep 2017 - 1 year ago

    Naughty Mr E, still not replying to some of the comments left on his tracks.

    I managed to upload my latest track but can't listen to anyone else's so that's why I'm leaving this comment here.

    Here's my latest and you might like the title but perhaps not much more. Grooving cellout, no badassery. Give it a go:



  3. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 20th May 2017 - 2 years ago

    Greetings O´ Smiter of the orange haired despotic one!
    Nice dynamics. 2:00 was uplifting as all get out. Loved that progression. I could almost hear lyrics for this one. 3:02 is another sound that I am enjoying greatly.
    ¨some taken advice from a guy with VD.¨ I have heard that syphilis + gonorrhoea X Chlamydia leads to enhanced hearing, and a really painful itch in the nether regions, or even possibly industrial music. ;-)
    This one was ¨Rad¨ ¨ Mint¨ ¨Groovy¨ ¨Dope¨ copacetic¨ ¨ The bees Knees¨ ¨Bad¨ ¨Fu Shizzle¨ ¨I creamed in my jeans¨ good! to name a few timely euphemisms

    keep it up! (sponsored by Cialis )

  4. Balance21
    Balance21 on Fri 19th May 2017 - 2 years ago

    woow! cool profile picture:D

  5. theHumps
    theHumps on Fri 12th May 2017 - 2 years ago

    Hey dude, cool little rocker here!

    What bass player wouldn't want a bass intro to every song, right? You have that punchy bass tone we all come to expect, totally dig it. The differences between the first half and second is a good thing, dynamics get overlooked often but this one has a calm before the storm. Good job on modeling the guitar's sounds, there is good separation of the tracks using different settings and effects. Love the delay!

    More music box!!!!! Such an overlooked instrument in the world of rock.

    Take care!


  6. teamrufeless
    teamrufeless on Thu 11th May 2017 - 2 years ago

    Wow a strange mix of genres but an intriguing piece of music that leaves you wanting more spot on Lee

  7. dumarecht
    dumarecht on Sun 30th Apr 2017 - 2 years ago

    strangly enough i think it's a mix between a system of a down and dream theater like sound. The build up is really cool and i like the world music vibe it has. I wouldnt change a thing

    Reply by Evisma

    I appreciate the kind words and the listen. Glad it's not objectionable.


  8. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sat 29th Apr 2017 - 2 years ago

    Can you guess who it is yet? That's right - it's Tha Mothfuckin' Nomad, here to offer wisdom, deep insight and humour. Or at least just some words to read.

    Classic Bass Bro bass intro.

    0:15 little reverse swell fill that is a useful in place of, say, a drum fill. Then good toms and I can hear a nice, wide stereo spectrum, with interesting variety happening in both ears.

    0:46 change has a jaunty little riff that is a bit too jaunty and Irish for me but that's OK.

    Then the 1:00 Egyptian lead is very cool. You may not know that I was born in Cairo but now you do. Good that the jauntiness has been suppressed here. Might not fit with the exotic lead, which is a cool and unexpected flavour.

    1:46 music box is also unexpected. Pleasant but not amazing. Then some massive guitar shit rips a hole in something, especially at 2:07. Progressive, climbing, probably somewhat chromatic rise. It's loud, with a flat waveform, but sounds just fine.

    A useful break and then into other heavy riffage. Fairly rapid changes, as always.

    3:24 another bit of lead g to take things further out and make them more epic. Gotta go on for a while with this kind of vibe.

    Music box outro is fine. Woud have been odd if the instrument hadn't already made an appearance but, as it did, it works.

    Lots going on here and some of it could be seen as an odd juxtaposition. But it also gives the track unique character so that's good. Could you maybe have tried to work a heavy version of the Egyptian riff into the final heavy section?

    Empty Nomad, waiting like a stalking butler who upon the finger rests. Why can't he not be sober?

    Reply by Evisma

    Greetings, fondler of fleshy fornication folds.

    "You may not know that I was born in Cairo but now you do."

    Yes, I knew that. You, and your Grandfather were born there. Your rowing butler has been giving me inside info on the Nomad for years.

    Yeah, I could have used Harmonic Minor/Egyptian scale for an end solo, but I was ready to move on. This is not my best track, so was ready to go other places.

    More later,... masturbator.

  9. silverman
    silverman on Sat 29th Apr 2017 - 2 years ago

    It is crying out for vocals.
    Give Ozzy a ring.
    The ending was a bit delicate for such a heavy piece. Not sure about that bit but great rock sound.

    Reply by Evisma

    Hello, man of silver.

    Ozzy cares not about my little track, and upon inquiry, I was told to go do many harmful things to my body.
    He's not into it.

    Yes, delicate ending, but I dig it. I see your issue though.

    Thanks for the listen and feedback.


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