2 New Songs
2 new songs from Sons of Frankenstein. All guitars, bass and drum programming by me, vocals by Larry. I'm not completely done w/ the mixing and there are a few guitar parts I want to re-record.
Rock n' Roll Zombie - This one was inspired by the Songwriter's assignment a few weeks ago to write a song about "Rock n' Roll [something]." I didn't submit it on there because I co-wrote it with our vocalist.
Wake the Dead - Another one I co-wrote w/ our vocalist.
I'd love some feedback, good or bad.
hey.ya. Rock and Roll Zombie works great. Wake the Dead was too simple too normal rock sounding.
I like first wave Punk. Zombie has that feel. the instruments in Wake the Dead weren't loud enough.
turn up, feedback and wake the dead.
soundclick is a good place. I put my stuff there too. one thing your band needs to do is post pictures with your song postings.
with a band name as yours y'all missing a fun opportunity. hey.
I'd like to hear more.
Thanks for the feedback. We've been talking and are definitely going to redo the vocals on Wake the Dead. I guess I should redo the guitars too!
Yea, I just added the band to my account, we haven't really gone thru and filled in all the stuff. We'll definitely be putting some pics up with the songs eventually. I haven't even met the other guys in the band yet!
No, we're all local, we just haven't gotten together yet because of the holidays and everyone's crazy schedule. I already knew the singer and he found the guitarist and drummer (I'm playing bass). For the demos, I played all the instruments and he came to my house and recorded the vocals.
Not my thing, but well done. If I was a fan of the Genre, I would like it!
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