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  1. Hello there! Sorry for my English: it's not my first language, so I can make horrible for you, native speakers, mistakes. You've been warned! 😂 So, here's the deal: I'm a self-taught guitarist. I've been playing for something like 7 years by now, but... It was hit or miss to be fair... I'm good enough to play different songs by tabs, have a passable skill of understanding some songs by ear (but I wouldn't count on that if we are sincere), can follow the metronome, fell the beat, but my knowledge of music theory sucks. I can write in Guitar Pro, for example, making right timings between notes, but I still struggle to come up with proper lead lines for my demos because of the lack of education. But enough with the sad part, okay? 😄 Now I believe I'm ready to give everything a fresh start and that's why I'm willing to try to form a band with musicians who share my interests in genres. Since my childhood I wanted to become a musician, a singer to be specific. So... Since I'm a guitarist with some sort of experience, you can say that's a dumb way to relearn into a singer but I see the point of this whole thing in a different way: I have a passion to music, I've always wanted to be a musician, so with right people on my side, also interested in making their own music, I hope I'll accomplish this task. I want to write true to heart and true to life lyrics and reinforce them with simple but no less worthy of it melodies. By the way, if you're a singer yourself and wish to participate in my searching for becoming a metalcore singer - fell free to contact me - I'll be glad to hear some instructions from you! Let's speak concretely about music that I want to write with you, friends, if you're interested. Mostly it's metalcore/post-hardcore. I found them touching with all their inherent lyric-based foundation, moving riffs and face-cracking breakdowns. Speaking about bands, as an example I can highlight such bands as: Asking Alexandria, Capture (ex Capture The Crown), Crown The Empire, Motionless in White, Beartooth, Down&Dirty, I See Stars, Annisokay, Adept, Bad Omens, Of Mice & Men, A Skylit Drive, Bring Me The Horizon, Memphis May Fire, Blessthefal, Architects, Forever In Combat and some others... Jeez, that's hard to recall all of them, but I hope you got the point. Now I'm looking for a fellow musicians who can participate and contribute their vision. I wish to find a music soulmates who's passionate enough to try to produce something new of their own. I understand that I'm not the best in guitar field, so that's why I'm all ready to give up this place in favor of any of you willing and ready to deliver, and try all my best to advance in singing. Let's create something with which we won't be ashamed to go out in people and try to break into the music scene (yeah, that sounds arrogantly, but I believe that you must dream big). Let's learn everything step-by-step together and help everyone out. Feel free to comment on this topic if you're at least somehow interested. Since I'm from a third-world-piece-of-crap-country (yeah, Russia, sorry 😆), we won't be able to jam together IRL, but i'm friendly with anything computer-related, at least we'll be sharing demos and tabs... I have an old Avid FastTrack Solo, so I can record something at home 🤩. Have a great time!
  2. Hello everyone. I am new to this forum (and forum positing in general) I've been listening to bands like nokturnal mortum, emperor, shylmagoghnar etc - along with some less "black" metal bands on and off for over a decade. nokturnal mortum and emperor are life long loves of mine in particular. I had a death metal phase for a while too - gorotted, gorgasm, dying fetus, pig destroyer, black dahlia murder, etc... Whereas I think my own relationship with death metal was a reflection of a certain time in my life (I don't enjoy it so much as I used to) - black metal seems to have a timeless quality (at least to me). I've been wanting to get into art for a few years.. but have kind of hesitated.. now I am beginning to think I should just ease my way into it and let it grow naturally. I have decided to start making atmospheric black metal. I am not yet a musician.. I cannot play a single instrument.. but in the true tradition of black metal (at least what I understand it to be) - I'm going to start with whatever resources I have (I own an acoustic guitar and have access to music making software) - and go from there. I am hoping there might be some people on this forum who could offer me some tips. I want to buy an electric guitar eventually. Maybe even a drum kit in the future too (when my finance allows - though for the meantime I can use a drum machine). I was thinking I would start by getting to know the guitar via my acoustic. I guess my question is, in terms of learning to play the acoustic, what genre best translates to that classic "atmospheric black metal" sound that we hear? and which ones best translate when moved over to electric? If that makes sense. I have played around a little with simple finger picking exercises.. but knowing which genres would translate best into atmospheric kind of black metal would make a world of difference. And any other advice others have in these regards would also be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks to anyone who comments. Tony
  3. Hailz, Looking for guitarist/bassist interested to form an online/international band. Preferably able to come up with Black metal riffs and do home recording. Im a drummer and I can do home drum recording as well. email me at [email protected], im open to discussions. Cheers
  4. Hello all! I'm new to this site, and I hope to discover lots of great music here and have many interesting discussion! I'm a Minnesotan musician of many different genres, but one of them is Prog Metal (heavily inspired by the likes of Tool), and I finally got around to finishing a track in that vein. So, without further adieu, I present to you an Undefined original: Polaris. (Footnote: all art, productions, compositions, and performances are arranged and recorded by myself unless otherwise noted.) Enjoy!! --Ryan s
  5. Hi, I'm thinking about buying a guitar for playing death metal and black metal. Have you goys got any sugestions of what brand the guitar should be or with one it should be? I was thinking LTD or Ibanez. Let me know if i'm thinking right (btw, I'm from Belgium)
  6. My new song 'WAR' is now out on Spotify! I have written and produced everything by myself except for the vocals. Hope you like it!
  7. Im looking for an underoath, of mice & men, breaking Benjamin kind of vibe. Looking for experienced members that can help for ideas for a band and if not we can put together tracks and post them \m/
  8. Behold, the 'industrial metal' project - Military Industrial Complex. An invocation of the brutal machinations of the war machine, exhorting it's gleeful offering of human life and endless toil. Rejoice, as the enemies of this industry are crushed beneath the weight of trillions of dollars of military research. Watch the feeble fall before the might of the empire, backed by the rituals of the damned, sacrificing the mob for the benefit of the ruling elite. Here, we have woven occult understandings and psychological truth with the grinding force which drives the war machine to create a sound to bang your head on, or to stew in understanding of it's great evil perfection. May you grant the bearer of it's glory many likes and subscribes and bow down in indentured servitude !!! militaryindustrialcomplex.ca https://www.facebook.com/militaryindustrialcomplex1
  9. Hello there, My name is Josef, and I am one half of Waterlife, a metal/ambient band from Chicago, IL. We love metal and epic soundtracks, so we've decided to combine the two in our latest self-titled EP. I invite you to listen to our latest release "Reflection". You may find us on Spotify and all streaming outlets on November 23rd. We hope you enjoy our music. Josef
  10. Hello I'm Darryl from Mauritius, I'm having some difficulty in choosing between these guitars: Chapman Guitars ML1 Standard Modern Lunar - $439 Jackson Pro Misha Mansoor HT7 FMCB - $659 Solar Guitars A2.7WHM - $678 Everyone of those has an ebony fretboard. The Chapman although cheaper, has a pretty decent sound. Was thinking of the Solar maybe?
  11. Videoclip Hello there fellow metalmaniacs!!! We would like to self-promote our metalband Primitive. We had a couple up and downs the past 3 years (band members leaving, gaining new members, reconfiguring bandmember mindsets ) but with a mission to blast again, and to blast even harder, we double dare you to listen to the sound this band makes for you! We hope you all will enjoy it. Grab that coffee! A good and heavy-morning to all of you! Spotify Primitive - Cerberus (Single) Primitive - Raw Traces(Raw Demo) Primitive Bio From the ditches of Rotterdam, The Netherlands, at the ports of the feet of Hell(evoetsluis) Primitive is one of the last remnants from a decade of heavy metal bands thrashing the local area. After the closing down of all the venues they retreated in the bunkers of Hellevoetsluis working on new incantations bringing homage to all the silenced noises before them. Howls with high sustain and blood trembling speed metal rhythms will blast you away with the earth shattering grooves and energetic performance of this band. Starting out in 2007 they allready gave their crowds a brutal blast of metal. After seven years of gigging they finaly recorded their first single Nightmare. While aiming for a fulllength album their drummer decided to leave the band. But after a short period of time they gained a new drummer who blasted his way to Cerberus and Raw Traces just to the taste the band needed so much. Quotes 'Now working on their new album and revisiting the old, soon your flesh will be moved.' 'We play the stuff we like to play, we are heavy and melodical in one. Guess that is the taste Primitive brings to the gigs we play.' ‘Primitive will leave you feelin' punched in the face by metal!’ Social Media: Primitive on Bandcamp Primitive on Twitter Primitive on Instagram Primitive on Facebook
  12. Hello, guys! How's it going? My name is Nahuel Barbero. I'm the lead guitarist for a new solo project I'm starting in South Florida under the name Sentience. I am currently beginning this after my old band (Neuropath) broke up. I'm just here to say, anything you guys need, if you're in South Florida or not, I'm happy to help. I have great connections, studios, venues, anything to help you guys get on your feet as well. You can always email me at [email protected] or DM me at Facebook.com/sentienceband with any music needs. Thanks!
  13. Hello, guys! How's it going? My name is Nahuel Barbero. I'm the lead guitarist for a new solo project I'm starting in South Florida under the name Sentience. I am currently beginning this after my old band (Neuropath) broke up. I'm just here to say, anything you guys need, if you're in South Florida or not, I'm happy to help. I have great connections, studios, venues, anything to help you guys get on your feet as well. You can always email me at [email protected] with any music needs. Thanks!
  14. I need some serious help, I’ve been trying to find the green Ibanez rg 8 string guitar that Justin Lowe used. I understand he had some custom work done like the neck, color, and tone killswitch, but I really just want to find the exact model he built on. I can’t seem to find any specific article on it, and all Ibanez’s website says is he used rg model. Thank you in advance!
  15. Hey everyone check out my new YouTube channel where I react to new bands and give my honest opinion as I'm listening. I want this to be a fun page where we all jam out while finding new music on the national and local level! Let me know who I should check out next and don't forget to subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqjTwA6noWs
  16. I've been thinking a lot recently about how much more I enjoy the tonal qualities of older albums (specifically guitar) and why modern metal just doesn't have the same feel. The best example I have of this is Metallica. Their first 4 albums have a fucking HUGE, KILLER tone that just fills a room and shakes the Earth. But now listening to Hardwired...it just felt so blah because the tone had no grit to it. This video helps explain what I mean: Does anybody else feel this way? Is it a result of digital recording? Is it a result of using modelling amps and DAWs? I know some bands actually managed to keep the gritty tone, like Testament. Now I know this isn't a problem with like Black Metal etc, as keeping production to a minimum is a key point of the genre's sound... But does anyone else feel this way? Do others prefer modern metal guitar tone?
  17. Hey everyone! This the Ocean Signals thread where i post all my latest content. New videos are added every month on all original written music by Ocean Signals Enjoy!
  18. Hey Everyone, My name is Morgan Wick, I'm a guitarist and composer from Seattle, WA. You can check out my music https://www.facebook.com/MorganWickMusic/ and also check out my band A Sense of Gravity https://www.facebook.com/asenseofgravity/ I look forward to chatting with you all. Thanks, Morgan
  19. We Are SPECTRAL HAMMER. SINGER required for ENGLISH metal/rock band in New Delhi, INDIA. All members are finalized and are ready to produce songs and do live shows. Influenced by Rush, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Nirvana, Megadeth, Metallica, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, etc. We are STRICTLY rock/metal. Practice sessions every Sunday, mandatory attendance. Interested may send a DEMO at [email protected], mails without demo will be ignored.
  20. whats up everyone ! Hi i am new to this forum and just began to learn how to play guitar. any tips ??
  21. Wanting to set up/join a YouTube based internet band. Mostly heavy rock/metal/Djent, totally open to other styles. AC/DC, Parkway Drive, Iced Earth, Soilwork, Rush, etc. I'm a heavy metal Guitarist from India, using Yamaha EG112 with Focusrite Scarlett Solo 2in/2out Audio Interface.
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