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Discussion in 'Non-Opeth Music Chat' started by Manbient, Jan 16, 2003.
hows bout an official separate thread
cool new track btw Tubbs
I first started posting here almost five years ago....I feel old.
Lots of different stuff on my site: www.mrniel.net
^ Your DIE stuff still rules Niel. Haven't checked the other projects out I must say. What's your most recent stuff?
Pretty cool! Needs vocals though, imo.
Thanks for the compliments, guys. I'm not used to hearing them.
Anyway, I took down all of the older tracks on my page and put up two brand new ones. I'm tired of having crappy demos on the page, so I have only new songs on here.
Speaking of that, there is new (currently instrumental) song called "Back In The Village" up if anyone wants to check it out.
Nice atmospheric material there Tubbs. Both of your projects.
The most recent DIE song is this one:
http://www.mrniel.net/DIE_KINDLED.mp3 Our hymn to church burning!
DIE played a few live shows last year and a few this year as well, but we have had trouble maintaining a steady lineup...I have taken up audio engineering and have worked with several bands since I moved back to Orlando two and a half years ago. It's been pretty fun and kept me busy.
The two newest DIE songs will be completed soon, one is a collaboration with Dave Caswell from When Day Descends...I am also itching to start a Norwegian style black metal tribute project, I have been practicing my blastbeats in the garage and am ready to record it with my cell phone to get the "tR00" production style!
DIE myspace: www.myspace.com/diemetal
Alright, that's good stuff right there!
I love Dave's stuff, looking forward to those tracks! Haha, that cell-phone BM production sounds interesting too.
I just listened to some SMOA stuff, it's pretty awesome too.
I composed quite a sick riff in guitarpro,
our band won't be able to play that in years
Tried to have some kind of chaotic feel to it which I suppose I succeeded with.
Thought I'll still share it here.
maybe just that very high note you couldnt hit. thats all. it's a long range, so it's damn hard yeah
shit, no vocals? why? i really really enjoyed this effort, metalstrm. and i whole-heartedly believe this song is just ready to go...with a few nice vocal melodies and tasty lyrics.
don't encourage him
oh come on, you gotta hand it to him even if you dont like him. he pulls off excellent covers
not the kind of music i listen to, but gets interesting towards the end.
basement and cheap mics...you know thats krieg =)
definitely some worthy moments in there. vicissitude gets interesting after 1.40...i enjoy that kind of experimentaion in black metal so that was my cup of tea. cheers
hey that "new revelation" crushes...a nice blend of in flames' melodic structure and modern american metal. again, not the kind of music i listen to anymore these days, but great all the same.
i just listened to myriad...first of all, before anything else: i enjoyed listening to that song. yes, a big opeth influence in there but overall, i'd say this is a very well-thought out, original effort. keep up the good work.
oh and i found the keys in the acoustic section of the track to be a bit cheesy...not my cup of tea but yeah many people love that feel. just my 2 cents
hey this isnt bad at all! i like it. your vocals need a bit more feeling to them, thats all...i think. great job overall. i like the instrumentation, as amateur as it is. does the song justice
another great band here! i have nothing to say really...it is evident that you have spent quite a long time on your songwriting and style. great work, enjoyed it.
i meant soundofkoi on myspace =)