Rate Our Single

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  1. DropTheSun

    DropTheSun SS.org Regular

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    Hi guys!

    My band just released our first Single: Atlas Sky

    We are already working on releasing few more single releases. But in the meanwhile lets focus on this a bit and give it a listen!

    All the guys in our band have a long history in music. First it was a project of mine and my friend, but things went well and we found a few great guys more and now we are here with our first Public Release.

    It would be great if you guys here have time to take a listen and give some feedback! It would mean a lot for us! Also, if you like our music please follow us in the social media!

    -After Bear Team

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    Soundcloud:
    https://soundcloud.com/afterbearband

    Instagram
    https://www.instagram.com/after_bear_band/
     
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  2. DropTheSun

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    I like that a lot. Very good stuff. I will follow on Social media.
     
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    Writing thoughts as I hear them, then judgment at the end.

    - When doing the telephone thin effect, make sure to take out the high end as well. Otherwise it's kinda unpleasant on the ears.
    - Drums feel a little lacking in depth and dimension. Sample kit? If so work on varied velocities a bit more.
    - Vocalist needs to practice getting more grit and perhaps depth, or fry even to give more impact.
    - Some weird rhythmic bits in the vocals. "You serve us forever" was the first one I noticed.
    - Vocals are too forward and sit on top of the mix rather than coming out of it. Parallel compression, delays/reverb and a sense of space will help with this.
    - Riffs are good. Bright guitar tone is a little generic early djent and you can probably do something more interesting. Like Drewsif Stalin's early stuff. But the construction of the riffs is nice.
    - Bridge around 2 minutes is a fucking mood. Really nice.
    - Guitar tone needs work to get those big fat chords to really hit that emotional energy point, that harmonic resonance that great records seem to have.

    Definitely a really great start, way better than what I was doing with my first releases with some bands. Good tune, well constructed song. Just needs some more thought about rhythmic fitting of lyrics and riffs, some more thoughts about the uniqueness of tone, and really getting that emotional connection that gets one closing their eyes and just FEELING the song.
     

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