This is a thrashy proggy tune that's been brewing in my head for a few years. Guitars, bass, drums, and some Korg Minilogue synth giving it a Cult of Luna-ish feel in spots. [more inside]
A tribute to the ancient hidden source of all cold seas and those that watch over it. With vocals by my friend who sings in an actual early music choir! It's also got square waves, organs, and sometimes ambiguous chords.
My high school days, come back to haunt me. I was such a metalhead back then, and not a very good producer so don't bank too much on sound quality. [more inside]
Mournful sludge/doom/noise rock. This is the first heavy tune I've composed in quite a few years, and I suppose it's my attempt to rationalize the current state of world affairs through a Neurosis-esque filter.
Def Leppard's deathless anthem, reimagined as a power chord étude for the accordion. [more inside]
I was in a very heavy mood the night before last so I decided to write a heavy song. I don't think I've tried to write something quite like this before. [more inside]
This is a song about a mantis shrimp, a blue-ringed octopus, and triumph. (Recorded eight years ago! Just realized that is a long time to procrastinate on making a video.) [more inside]
Hard rockin' instrumental inspired by driving cars fast with riffs to match the machinery. [more inside]
instrumental prog/hard rock tune recorded and mixed in my home studio, myself on guitar [more inside]
Two riffs, 2.4 beats, entirety of verse and chorus in title.
New and much improved mix of a song from a few years ago. Kinda rock-metal-electronic fun with a pretty good helping of vocal harmonies. Critique away!
REMEMBER THAT ONE TIME SATAN AND JESUS JOINED FORCES TO DEFEAT THE NAZI ALIEN ARMY ON THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON? [more inside]
I've always liked how for a time, rather than having something play over the PA, Sepultura had their own intro that they stood in the dark playing as the lights came up. I think of this as my own intro and have been using it to pump myself up for various onerous tasks today.
A simple death/thrash song about a certain kind of unpleasantness. [more inside]
Band: The Next Hundred Years Album: Troppo [more inside]
song 3 of homeland - this actually happened in grand rapids, although i wasn't there at the time [more inside]
Is this Metal? Inspired by this MeFi post about Metal and this MeFi post about Metal as a catalyst for world peace, I set out to write and record this instrumental over the weekend. Rough edges are OK in Metal, right? You should probably turn this up as loud as it will go.
From our working album: Zeke Clemmens - Middle Aged Man [more inside]
Surf punk that somehow turns into old school metal. Featuring one of the best female vocalists in Olympia Washington. [more inside]
So there was this awesome ask.MeFi post, "For Grigori I sold goat" -- A Christmas Mystery. [more inside]
A short thrash/death tune about a crab's habit. [more inside]
Synth/Prog/Metal/Dance/videogamey song from a concept record about the end of everything. [more inside]
Live recording from a song contest at my old high school, in 2005. This is a sort of symphonic metal-type song. I was very inspired by Nightwish at the time. [more inside]
Recording from my vocal exam at school last Tuesday, of the Tool-song Forty-Six & 2. [more inside]
Inspired by this post, I've put together a doom metal-ish arrangement of Badalamenti's piece. [more inside]
A 90bpm Metal instrumental Recorded on an Ibanez Gi0 6 string, a Fender Squire 4 string bass, an M-Audio Axiom49 controller for the pads and supporting ambient noise, All going through a Behringer Xenyx2442FX Mixer. Recorded through Cool Edit Pro 2.1. Chain effects through Pro-Tools and Acid Pro 7.0. Mastered in Har-Bal [more inside]
It's a pop-type song (with streaks of metal) that tells the tale of a fish and his problems. Lyrics here. [more inside]
Ever listened to the Friends theme song and thought: that needs to be sampled and used in a heavy metal ballad? I have. [more inside]
An abandoned demo that starts light, gets heavier, and ends slow. [more inside]
Another chunky-riffed rock and/ or roll number by an as yet unnamed band. Recorded during rehearsal in a small room in Mong Kok with a single SM58. [more inside]
Metal up your ass! [more inside]
A slightly Maiden-y rock and/ or roll number by an as yet unnamed band. Recorded during rehearsal in a small room in Mong Kok with a single mic. I'm on the bass.
A track from my old band's 2002 Christmas EP. If you have any respect at all for me, or are offended by blasphemy or infant rape, you probably shouldn't listen to this. [more inside]
Written for a short film produced this past summer. Although they bought a fake TV news theme from me, these two were passed up after the producers bought the rights to The Scorpions' rock you liek a hurricane
Just another overly long drum machine heavy metal guitar demo from 7 or 8 years ago. [more inside]
Post-apocalyptic metal written by two 17-year-olds in 1987. Band name: HAMMERSCHLAG [more inside]
Aggro-industrial stomping, with just a hint of WaxTrax! [more inside]
This is an instrumental metal recording dating back to 1999, made on a four track with an Alesis SR-16 drum machine. From an aborted/abandoned concept album previously mentioned. [more inside]
Aggro-industrial stomping, with just a hint of WaxTrax! [more inside]
An overly long, low quality, self indulgent metal riff-fest demo with no vocals. [more inside]
This song is from the band I have been with for the longest, LOX-P, and was recorded at the same studio and under the same conditions as the last song I posted, War Waltz. On this recording I am the bass player, however I wrote the guitar line as well. Hope y'all like it. [more inside]
"The tribes of war are rising again, they're brutal and raw and lying the same" That's my favorite line of this song. Warning: turn your volume down it's quite loud ;) The song was recorded in one day and mixed on the next along with 2 others for the band's first demo Cold Day Waltz. [more inside]
Riff-heavy rock/metal, from a long long time ago. Lyrics inside. [more inside]
An indusrial/metal dittie about staying true to oneself. [more inside]
If someone would just make a damn album that sounds like this already then I wouldn't have to be swiping vocals and doing it myself.
A song based on this thread about loling metal that melissa may and I wrote tonight.
Got together with a friend a while back to jam, and we ended up deciding to try and record something for the first time. Our goal of creating music failed. Thus the project Tverrbjelker was born.
This is an old skeleton from the closet. It's got its flaws, but when I dug it up, I found I still like the story it tells. Lyrics inside.
Folk metal rock boogie instrumental, driving down the highway throwin' the horns.
It's a song I wrote a while ago after reading my dental plan and getting confused. Lyrics here.
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