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Released March 9, 2010 for Rock Band

655 users have this song ($1)   
Genre: Metal
Album: The Lustrate Process (2009)
Author: metalcharter

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Bad, bad chart Gigakoops
I can understand having multiple guitars in a stem. After all, I, too, author for RBN, and sometimes that's how you get them. However, I cannot understand why you would chart all of them AT THE SAME TIME.

The way duel guitars work, one is at one pitch, and one is a a few notes higher. So what's this chart gonna do? Chart them as chords. Because that's fun, right?

Not only that, but a lot of the guitar is charted to the least interesting guitar at that moment. Why?

I have nothing against fast strumming parts. In fact, I enjoy them. But still the chart is bad.
12.11.11 7:24am 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Chord-Altstrum-Chord-Altstrum Dead Player
This will possibly be my shortest review yet, as there is basically very little to say about this song. To sum it up:

You are playing alt-strums, alt-strum chords, faster alt-strum chords, more chords, more alt-strums, a solo, more alt-strum chords, chords, a solo, more alt-strum chords and so on with the chords and alt-strums.

Basically, it is a point racking song that doesn't give you alot of fun moments besides seeing your points skyrocket every time you activate OD during faster alt-strum chords.
08.14.10 4:12pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Variated and Hard as Hell Dead Player
Basically, you can sum up this whole review in a single question: Do you like hard as hell Death Metal songs? If yes, you are in for a treat, if no, then stay away.

But since I am bored right now I will talk about the chart aswell. Basically, this is a 10 minute long medley of different rythm, beats, fills and all around "kick your ass" moments that borrows beats from all kinds of metal undergenres.

In the begining, you play a fast trash beat like the one in Trasher with some added double bass action and random cymbal notes, but in the next part you are playing a slow and relaxing one foot bass drum part, before going over to quadruple foot pedal blasts mixed with some slightly fast handwork.

As the song goes on, you get to play superfast hihat beats, a blast beat, another trash beat followed by a break and then a dozen of fun, but dissapointingly easy simplified slow double bass parts.

All in all, it is a great song and alot of fun to play if you can handle the difficult parts, but it got 2 big flaws that I need to adress: note placement and non-charted two track drum parts.

The note placement might not be to bad when thinking about it is just small things like charting crash cymbals as a blue note instead of green, but it gets slightly annoying with 3 short breaks in the song where you can HEAR drums but don't get to play them.

But even then, if you are a fan of Death Metal drumming with a good bunch of variation and challenge, you should really consider buying this.
02.24.11 10:52am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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