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Released July 17, 2012 for Rock Band

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Genre: Nu-Metal
Album: Staind (2011)

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Harmonix, seriously? TheDescent
This song is quite fun on guitar: there is a lot of variety from the pre-chorus riff, the verse and the chorus. It's pretty manageable but still fun.

Then the solo kicks in, and it's slow but cool... until you get to the fast part where...

well... the chart here is totally messed up. Unnecessary forced strums during serpentines, to keep up with the fact that Mike Mushok (Staind's guitarist) can't play guitar in a clean way, so he hits a lot of notes.

Harmonix's realism fetish ruins once again(like they did with BVB and Slayer to name few) a song that could have been awesome on guitar. Now it's just good.
07.19.12 6:27am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Harmonies once again make the song gold TheDescent
This is a pretty average song for vocals, ranging from low notes to high screamed ones. Pretty varied, got the Alice In Chains vibe (we all know that Aaron Lewis got his major influences by Layne Stanley).

On harmonies, it's fantastic. The chorus is great, it's totally different from the solo part, and despite not being exactly difficult it's fun and a pleasure to hear.
07.19.12 6:21am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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