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Our band Horizon Eyes is currently looking for additional members for writing & recording. We are a prog/deathcore band. The current lineup consists of myself-vocals, drums & production

vlad-rhythm guitarist 

desmond-lead guitarist & bass(only until we find a bass player)

we‘re looking for one more guitarist, a keyboard/piano/synth player, Bassist, & possibly a drummer. Although we are doing fine on our own & don’t ‚need‘ any new members, we for sure aren’t against it & with the right person, could actually benefit us quite a bit. 
currently we communicate through discord & ocassionaly E-Mail. We write in guitar pro, then make a superior drummer midi, record guitars, then bass, then vocals then start production. We have 3/6 instrumentals about 90% done of the current music we are working on & can show examples if interested. 
our ‚influences‘ are bands like spiritbox, Emmure, veil of maya, Whitechapel, etc. 

 

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I might be able to assist you over the internet.  I am a very experienced guitarist.  I play all heavy styles.

I play for Head Trauma "progressive with a touch of old school thrash"

I played for MORTICIAN for 15 years "Death Grind"
I played bass for Malignancy "Death Metal"

and play guitar for ENGORGE "Blackened Death Metal"

I only recently listened to White Chapel for the first time and i love the band.  I can def play in that style.

I have a recording studio in my house "Protools"  for Guitars i can use "AXE FX 3" or KEMPER PROFILER Head. as well as plugins, but lately, i have been loving the Kemper. 

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On 12/14/2019 at 5:49 PM, PhantomOfAlfred said:

I might be able to assist you over the internet.  I am a very experienced guitarist.  I play all heavy styles.

I play for Head Trauma "progressive with a touch of old school thrash"

I played for MORTICIAN for 15 years "Death Grind"
I played bass for Malignancy "Death Metal"

and play guitar for ENGORGE "Blackened Death Metal"

I only recently listened to White Chapel for the first time and i love the band.  I can def play in that style.

I have a recording studio in my house "Protools"  for Guitars i can use "AXE FX 3" or KEMPER PROFILER Head. as well as plugins, but lately, i have been loving the Kemper. 

Just messaged you Bruv

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