Tags : | Rock | 8.61 MB | FL Studio

Description : Decided to finish a track I had started over a year ago. I didn't have much of this song complete, just the rhythm track. So I added a bass track, drums and the solo. Was trying to do something in the melodic djent style of Periphery.

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  1. helruna
    helruna on Sat 16th Feb 2019 - 2 months ago

    Great track and production. Guitar work is excellent. This has a LOT of potential. I'm going to be a little harsh to help take it to another level. To get up there with Messugah the middle and end repeats far too much to be called progressive as it's all in 8/8. I'd play with doublet rhythms or doublet offbeats, or get the bass to pop twang on offbeats. My profile here is hiphop :-D but IRL my projects are more akin to Mr Bungle, Sikth, Isis and Tool

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey helruna, thanks for the listen and taking time to drop a comment. I much appreciate it.

    I totally agree with your assessment in that there is probably far too much repetition. I really had no intention of comparing this to anything like Meshuggah, Tool etc., its far too melodic and as you mentioned too straight forward with time signature. Which is why I made mention of Periphery in my description. I guess I could have taken more time to develop the structure and create more new content but in this case I merely wanted to take some old material and invest the least amount of time to put something half way decent together. I'm not really into this style so much which is probably the reason I failed to finish the song originally.

    I certainly appreciate you weighing in on this and suggest you check out some of my other tracks. I do have a cover track of Meshuggah and a good variety of other genre stuff. I'm interested in checking out your music too, which I will definitely do.

  2. danke
    danke on Thu 14th Feb 2019 - 2 months ago

    Huhhh Neo!

    Fantastic piece of music here...I was a big fan of Meshuggah...destroy, erase, improve was a definite listen (a must listen)...am I right, that they were one of the first pioneers of this djent stg???
    your guitar is absolute impressive as always (as your knowledge)...
    outstanding song...

    handshake, fav, dl, Danke

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    You got it bro. Although Destroy Erase Improve came before the guys switched to the 8 strings (which locked down their current sound and unleashed the low register assult era of djent upon the world), this album was certainly significant. Hagstrom had just joined the band and they ended up mashing so many sub genres together the fusion effect led them to create what would become their quintessential sound. They began the development of distinctly more complex songs and debuted the polymetered and polyrhythm song structures which would provide the impetus to their later creation of mathcore and djent.

    Some scientists have recently therorized that the release of Destroy Erase Improve and songs like Future Breed Machine were so heavy in violent metaphysical entropy they might have actually ripped a hole in the space time continuum, creating portals to infinite multiverses. Could this be the reason for the vast increase in UFO activity since 1995? Ancient Alien theorists say, yes.

    Thanks for the comments danke, very much appreciated.

  3. jamid
    jamid on Thu 14th Feb 2019 - 2 months ago

    Hello Neo,
    Wow, great track mate,
    You are brilliant mate
    Wonderful track.
    Jamid

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks for the exuberance jamid. I appreciate it.

  4. therednebula
    therednebula on Thu 14th Feb 2019 - 2 months ago

    this is great! the guitar sounds really cool... love your work dude...

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks Red, I appreciate the kind words.

  5. damonb
    damonb on Wed 13th Feb 2019 - 2 months ago

    wow never herd of them bands and im up some bands you might not know

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    If you like this melodic style of progressive metal (djent)you should check out bands like Periphery, Tesseract, Veil of Mira, Volumes, Born of Osiris to name a few.

  6. jayoverhol
    jayoverhol on Wed 13th Feb 2019 - 2 months ago

    I like the tone on the guitar. Are you playing that? Sounds like the Odin plugin. Either way sounds great!

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey jay, nope not the Odin, played on a real guitar. But the Odin could certainly do most of this and probably sound better. Its a real amazing virtual guitar vst. I actually have Shreddage and have made a couple of tracks with it but haven't really invested enough time in it to produce to my satisfaction. The guitar vst's have come a long way though and I'm impressed with a lot of what some people are doing with them. My Looperman bro, ValveDriver has several tracks made with virtual guitar and they are amazing. Check him out if you get a chance. The Odin is one of the best Virtual Guitar vst's I have heard for Metal guitar sound and realism with features for articulation, humanization, key switching etc. It does a real convincing job with rhythms but when it comes to soloing I still think its just not there yet.

  7. nln1
    nln1 on Tue 12th Feb 2019 - 2 months ago

    I'm getting amazing feelings listening to this. The layers are so beautiful...

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks a lot for checking it out nln.

  8. jobantwisp
    jobantwisp on Tue 12th Feb 2019 - 2 months ago

    awesome pick-up

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Dual Blackouts - Seymour Duncan Humbuckers !

    Ha ha , thanks bro.

  9. BLEEP
    BLEEP on Mon 11th Feb 2019 - 2 months ago

    cool track, it's always annoying when the original is forgotten, that's happen to me too with a reggae track...

    i like how energic it is :)

    congrats!
    Bleep

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    I have a lot of material that I've recorded just messing around and that I always intend to do something with. Some might get used, most probably wont.

    Hey thanks for the listen and comment BLEEP.

  10. damonb
    damonb on Mon 11th Feb 2019 - 2 months ago

    in the highest frets too the lowest

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Yeah there's a real contrast in tones here.
    Thanks for the comments bro!

  11. damonb
    damonb on Mon 11th Feb 2019 - 2 months ago

    itss realy kool I downloaded it had a jam to it on the bass came out with some kool riffs

    Neomorpheus
    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Yeah I thought about doing more work with it but didn't really have the interest now. Yeah there's plenty of room there to jam to I guess. I really dig bands like Periphery, Tesseract etc.. Some really ingenious progressive metal.

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