JLT Records ...Graveyard [Danter]Nice solid Rif on the guitar and good to hear the Drummer treating this track as an individual song with highlights and changes. Vocals are Classic style for this traditional Rock style took me to the 70s And 90s The lead break again gives a feel of the Metal Era .. nice and tight good production very professional worth a listen and would be good to feel the beat live through big Speakers
Nice!Nice strings lead, I like the live sound and mix of drums and synth. I can feel the heart in this showing you've put in some dedicated work on your art. More artist should study the roots of their culture of art to be better at their own art. Keep up the good work and stay in the lab creating new material to stay fresh and on your toes. If you're ever looking for a hip hop collaboration hit me up I'm versatile. Peace!
Nice IntroGood tone on the guitars, Nice vocals good melody line. The drums are on the point, The lyrics sound interesting, Over all good song, Guitar solo is very well done . I hear the back ground voice but I can not place where I heard that before. Take Care.
GraveyardGood guitar licks in the beginning. Vocals sound good and raw! Background singing on point! Phrasing and rhythm are constant! Have had a wonderful time listening to this song! My kind of music!
Resonate with Reason!!!An inspiring damn good metal song! The guitar is hot like a jack daniels shot. Singer vocals send you chills up your back which is a good thing! I love the beat and overall this song needs to be on my playlist immediately!????????????
Solid rock and roll with troublesome mixJLT Records' recording of "Graveyard (Danter)" is solid rock and roll: clean, tight, and energetic, with strong individual performances by the band members. The drummer is steady and skillful, the guitars rock out, the lead guitar solo in the break is strong, and the bass is completely transparent throughout. The lead vocalist has a classic rock and roll voice, high and strong and on-pitch, with appropriate attitude, nothing showy or phony in the performance. The problem I have with this recording is the mix. It is heavy on guitars, to the detriment of the drums and vocals. The drums don't sound fully present. Instead, there is a hollow quality to their sound. The lyrics are about 50 percent unintelligible, and that's a shame, because in Christian music, the ministry is in the lyrics, and because those lyrics I actually can understand are interesting, and I have a feeling the songwriter has something to say. All in all, the mix sounds like you're listening to the band play in their own garage, and you're out in the front yard somewhere. It's a lot more sound and vibe than message. That's a shame. You've got a good singer. Mix him front and center, and balance the other instruments from there. This band has a lot of talent, and I am looking forward to hearing more from them.
GraveyardCan recommend listening to this music. Well balanced song that gives feeling and talent. The singer sings in an interesting way that gives the song both color and character. The instrument is also good with just a few instruments, neither too much nor too little. The songwriter has chosen a form of the song that is well thought out and adds both the intensity and the energy of the music. This arrtist has found a sound that is peculiar and thus becomes a unique feature of the range of music as for the listener to unexplored areas. Recommend to listen to this. Take the chance. An opportunity to find something unique that enriches the soul and music ear. Wishing you a pleasant and interesting music experience.
Song about the Dead?grateful though lolI was going to review another members song but it was so poor I just couldn’t do it.i know you guys are always cool so.... Good riff and driving sound though the drums are rocking the tone is a little too hot.i like the backup vocals and it’s driving,so decent stuff,good lead as usual and the words are kinda buried,seems like you guys are always throwing something new up here,you must write and record constantly.ood song hearing the vocal words better after the lead,could just be me.