Very interesting melding of styles. There's a lot of things going on here that are interesting. I think the rhythm is very 70's in terms of drive and the overall feel. The metal component is interesting and adds quite a different feel to the metal genre.
The mix and mastering are well done. Everything is clear and intelligible. The stereo space is well used.
I appreciate the incorporation of multiple styles. After all, music is a very subjective thing. This approach I can appreciate. Great job.
Comment Written 07-Nov-2017
reply by the artist on 07-Nov-2017
Thanks alot for listening John, I was hoping bring a more artistic approach to the engineer instead of looking at it as a job, now I see clearer how the mix and eq sculpt a song, Ive always been more of just musical artist but not a engineer, but now its like im blending the world of science, art and spirit!
reply by Noah_Ohne on 07-Nov-2017
What I have found Marcel, is that it is impossible to separate the artist from the engineer IF, you really want to sound like the concept that you have in your head. There is NO engineer on the planet that can hear what's in your head. So, YOU have to be the one that engineer's your work to get anywhere near what you envisioned. BOTTOM LINE!
Engineers may work for "bands" but for a solo artist you must be everything from conception to completion.
Engineering is an art unto itself that is well worth learning. I am certainly trying.