Thank you so much, robbiano. We have tried and tried and tried to make this sound good with our very limited production availability. We recorded the whole album live in both my basement (guitars) and tracked some drums here and at my drummer's house. He is quite possibly one of the best drummers i've ever heard. He should win awards for being so monstrous - this was all done live.Riff-tastic.
Great production too.
you never know Satan may well be rather quitely spoken,..I like death metal style but I can't stand those cookie monster kinda vocals.
Those kinda vocals not only sound like crap but it's too infantile to me.
So even if I LOVED your band("instrumentalwise" speaking), I can't stand listening to a guy screaming all the time like Satan, maybe I could stand it in some parts like some bands that mix normal vocals with cookie monster vocals
Yeah, I'll repost them later. It was actually a joke from Squidbillys about cops beating civil rights protesters in the streets during the riots in Birmingham in 1963. We used it to title against police brutality which is rampant around here. (Funny side story: My friend Brian Gosdin from the Dexatines actually did some of the music for that cartoon!)Would it be cheesy of me to ask for the lyrics? I only got to "OOOOOOOOOoaaaaarrrrrgghhhhhh" but wasn't sure if I spelled it right.</joke>
Yeah, Chris argued alot over his snare mix. He wanted it in your face...We actually have a 1970's Ludwig marching snare and were going to record it with that but you cant be in the same room with it, it just kills everything.I didn't like the snare...too marching band-ish for my taste. Aside from that very nice!