Tags : | Industrial | 2.10 MB

Description : this is my first track ever!!! ive been working with loops for about a month or less...i worked on it on my own...i used acid 7.0...you might recognize the loops since most of them are from here....i did the vocals....i also used nero at the end....i would classify it industrial/black metal or something:) i also should mention its compressed so it sounds kind of weird i guess

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  1. sammmm
    sammmm on Wed 19th Mar 2008 - 11 years ago

    Amazing job
    I wish my music was this good esp for a first track.the vocals and music are plain and simple
    amazing.

  2. rei4real
    rei4real on Fri 7th Mar 2008 - 11 years ago

    yes, that's indeed very interesting, especially for a very first track ....
    thx for using my guitar loop, it's cool to hear it speeded up that way!!
    I would recommend to work a little on the balance of your tracks, the vocals are very loud and dominate the music too much (I think they even clip on some points, maybe this happens on the recording??)....

    over all your tracks are very creative and real good (from my point of view) .... great stuff!!
    the breaks are excellent, good choice of sounds ..... like it!!!

    peace, rei

    Damian999
    Reply by Damian999

    on the contrary thanks for the loop:) your guitar loops have helped me get to the style i want:) glad you liked it :)

  3. greensheesh
    greensheesh on Thu 6th Mar 2008 - 11 years ago

    industrilicous

  4. JohnBoutilier
    JohnBoutilier on Wed 5th Mar 2008 - 11 years ago

    you have to tell me how you did the vocals. Seriously, you have to :-) lol

    Nice job

    John59

    Damian999
    Reply by Damian999

    thanks..I used some delay and recorded my voice twice...thats pretty much it :)

  5. fiery
    fiery on Tue 4th Mar 2008 - 11 years ago

    999 eh? Does that mean you're evil when ya do handstands?? hehe This track is wicked man... love the guitars and electro together. For a first track this is tight... really enjoyed! ~Lisa

    Damian999
    Reply by Damian999

    it actually comes from a song:P...thanks for the review:)

  6. blueTransit
    blueTransit on Sun 2nd Mar 2008 - 11 years ago

    like everyone has said this is fairly well done for a first track. Not really my style either, but i can still appreciate the effort!

    some pointers-- The guitar sounds a little cheap, although it could sound better by just messing with the equalizer. Throw more bass in that!

    keep it up!

    Damian999
    Reply by Damian999

    i already tried the equalizer thing...thanks for the tip

  7. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Fri 29th Feb 2008 - 11 years ago

    Tell me do you have to be back in the coffin by dawn?...Seriously, if this is your first foray...big thumbs up...I would've liked a stronger deeper bass line but that's only my spin............next time I'm bringing my hard hat!...........cheers planet

    Damian999
    Reply by Damian999

    thanks..ill try more bass next time

  8. Mokeone
    Mokeone on Thu 28th Feb 2008 - 11 years ago

    I like the way you think. For a first track, this is great. johnnygadget put it best. Long live DMIG! Soon we'll be seeing you alongside Dethklok. Rock on.

    Damian999
    Reply by Damian999

    thanks...dethklok kicks ass!!!

  9. johnnygadget
    johnnygadget on Thu 28th Feb 2008 - 11 years ago

    I can see it now all black tractor trailers as far as the eye can see loaded on flatbeds with industrial 55 gal. drums full of industrial grunge to be poured on the world to transform the environment to a post apociliptic heavy metal fusion !!!!!!!

    Damian999
    Reply by Damian999

    what a vision....:)

  10. Astrobouncer
    Astrobouncer on Thu 28th Feb 2008 - 11 years ago

    Well done for a first track I think its alot better then my first track and mine didnt even have vocals.Keep up the good work!

    Damian999
    Reply by Damian999

    thanks!!

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