A Line in the Sand's guitar part sounds very similar to Victimized... like its sibling
On first listen, I'm impressed by the seamless transition between some of the tracks.
I think I can see you're going with this, but still think you could use some improvements. It seems like puzzle pieces that just miss fitting...
Not my review, this is from here
Somehow, I'd forgotten about the supposed folk influences on this album xD I'm generally a fan of folk, maybe that's why this is quickly becoming...
Maybe I'm listening to it too frequently (3 times today), but everything seems familiar already... and not as good.
Video is down.. did anyone watch from another link?
"Let me show you exactly how the breaking point sounds!"
I should try playing the track at a faster speed.. :WTF:
It really did fade fast for me... but I'm still excited for the rest of the album!
You are free to express your opinion :)
I just love how we can hear it all come together, after getting to listen to those little snippets...
Lol, I don't think it'll be disappearing off the site anytime soon.
Sounds pretty bland, if you ask me. I'm thinking it's fake..
What do you guys think about the echo effect on Mike's voice?
Well then... at least we have access to the audio clips through here.
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