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Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by Lasse Lammert, Dec 10, 2012.
I am excited for this. I'm not a huge AA fan but I am a huge AS fan.
This is going to be fucking epic
Im a huge fan of viking metal and Amon Amarth
I don't see any source... is this trolling, because everyone would wan't that to happen?
^ look up 7 posts
Although I really like the Bogren mixes.
Looking forward to this. Andy is up against some serious competition though, the previous albums by Bogren already sounded pretty damn awesome.
This new is making my beard grow strongly!
LOL .. someone asked Lasse for a source ...LOL Guess they dont realize he talks to Sneap every night before bed. Andy reads nursery rhymes to Lasse every night before bed
For a relevant update, they've posted some pictures on fb. Doesn't show anything studio related other than the first time I've seen Andy's studio B (Scott Atkins is helping out with the record), still cool! Also, KPA in use for guitar tracking, at least for monitoring!
So stoked for this boys! Yeehaw
With the great Messiah Marcolin!
what a great guest vocalist, this album is gonna destroy!
Nice DAW workstation they got there... custom build??
Holy shit, he's lost a LOT of weight!!
Messiah is the man !!!
Seen him live with Candlemass! what an amazing voice!
First track is streaming:
Mix kicks ass.
not impressed. i'm digging the thrashy feel, but i don't think the riffs fit together very well, songwriting is very bland, and the overall thing sounds sterile as fuck.....especially the vocals sound quite halfhearted to me.
creativity (or lack of it) is one thing, but to me it seems that bogren was a better fit soundwise.
edit: don't get me wrong, it's not a bad mix by any means of course....technically it's really well done. i just think that bogrens work was better at supporting the music and getting the vibe across.
I think the mix sounds killer. And as far as the content...It's Amon Amarth...nothing really has changed much with them. IMO it's more a matter of being "used" to how their other stuff sounds. I like the cleaner, smoother guitar tones. Past albums tones have always sounded wierd to me. *shrugs*
I LOVE that guitar tone. Any details, Andy? The bass sounds fucking huge as well, love how much presence it has.
Mix overall is great; music is pretty standard AA. Loving how natural the kick sounds too, as far as dynamics go. And those toms, damn!
The mix is flawless and I dig the song a lot. The drums sounds so good, it hurts!lol