All 6 audio Reviews

Fragile Lives Fragile Lives

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

really really good!

its been a while when i heard such good intro. very good quality in recording. gratulations to your singer! hes got a very good feelin for what hes doin. would be nice to hear some more stuff of you..... gonna check out your myspace

ThePlanetPluto responds:

Thanks a lot! If you didn't know, the song that follows is City of Lost Ambition, so try listening to that after this song =]

And if you like our stuff, maybe like us on facebook or check out our youtube!

Thanks for listening

aborted fetus aborted fetus

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

wheres da drop?

i listen to a lot dubstep and i just miss this typical massive drop. dont get me wrong i like this piece of music but in some parts it gets me out of this dub mood. especially when u took straight drums. when they are laid back its great. but for my taste i wouldnt take a beat like in a 4/4 rock song....

Mint Mint

Rated 2 / 5 stars

check it again

feels a bit out of tune and out of time at 0:28 and following

.:Mirrors To The Soul:. .:Mirrors To The Soul:.

Rated 4 / 5 stars

hang him higher

feels like a clean and nice version of => wumpscut - Hang him higher <=

But i really enjoyed it

stefevr responds:

0.0 wow I never even heard that song xD weird...
Thanks for the 8 though ^_^

Son Of None Son Of None

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


I expected a real good song when it started and the intro nailed threw my ears. Great job so far! But then i got disappointed. You should work on your voice and your arrangement. More energy and authenticity when singing and parts which are specifiable. Try some variations at the scale ur using.

Greetings and keep up the work!

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Mischa-head responds:

hey thanks for the review. I know its pretty shit I just recorded it in about an hour by myself. I'm gonna do a proper recording when my drummer and bass player get back from holidays. So yeah im thinking of just taking this one down until we do the good version.


Katie Joy - Don't Let Go Katie Joy - Don't Let Go

Rated 4 / 5 stars


I like the melody and the voice. At some points i feel a bit Tarja Turunen and Amy McDonald.

Theres only one thing id say you could watch next time. The claps are very very very crisp. Maybe they would sound more kindly if there would be a EQ to make them softer.
But still great work!

Exotec responds:

Thank you :)

however, the snaps in this song were EQ'ed to be bright and clear, since I made the sample myself :P