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Hey everyone,  my name is Alfie im from New York, I have a special project and I need a few different singers, music is solid powerful ,melodic, sometimes haunting, very creative writing , I need the same in the vocalist. If your interested please let me know and we can get started.  

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Hi Yoi,

Im looking for male and female singers.

So me and my band  Deepest End

Have over 50 instrumental songs we wrote plus more always coming.

We are looking for talented singers to be featured on them,  depending on your taste and style I would let you choose songs that you really like to sing on. To start we looking for singers to have atleast 6 songs each with us , you sing over our music. 

Once the website launches and songs are released,  you would have you own page dedicated to the songs your sang on , people can listen to a clip of what you do then if they like it they can download it.

  if we like what you do there will also be t shirts for sale with the band name , the title of the song,  and you.. 

 

You'll be able to introduce yourself and market yourself and will be included in getting a cut of all sales related to the songs you've done and all merchandise that are sold with your name on it..

 

Tell me , what kind of metal do you like to sing over,  example,  heavy, melodic heavy, 

Acoustic, extreme heavy,  sad , music, aggressive whats your ultimate style you love to sing , let me know and I'll send you 3 songs to listen too that fits you taste..

 

Are you a singer,   or a screamer?

 

Thanks im looking forward from hearing from you..

 

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Hey! I would love to be a part of this project! I'm a singer and a screamer, and would love to do extreme heavy, aggressive and/or melodic heavy. You can listen to my most recent stuff for extreme heavy/aggressive here:

https://open.spotify.com/artist/038ZZdrO6C5hkMk4n2RhVe?si=HqNjxEdoQfG9tTezRC945g&utm_source=copy-link&dl_branch=1

Or an old project that didn't get published until last year for cleans and melodic heavy/aggressive here:

https://open.spotify.com/artist/5KTPKx3uWDdxizGZE7O9MV?si=FtkFWXOZQxuVwm-sIDQCTA&utm_source=copy-link&dl_branch=1

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