I am Seroquel.

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by Seroquel, Nov 30, 2017.

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    Very proud of this one.

     
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    I still am proud of it.

     
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    Very fast and fun.

     
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    Here is something.

     
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    Here is something more stripped down compared to most of my work.

     
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    I've decided to rebirth myself.

    I've decided to ditch the synth-pop and industrial dance influences I've had, and focus on a far harsher industrial metal sound.

    I intended to have vocals here, but I decided I could not sing in the way I wanted.

    The lyrics are on the bandcamp page if you are interested, however.

     

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