The Afterimage release single
2014-04-14 by psychomonkey | 13 Comments

Progressive metal/Hardcore band The Afterimage are streaming their new single 'O N Y X', featuring Eric Almeida of AURAS.

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madddubokbro
April 14th 2014

19 Comments


Love it. Really stoked for a full length from these guys.

jmumf
April 14th 2014

56 Comments


This slays.

Nocturnal
April 14th 2014

1329 Comments


Meh. I keep giving these guys a chance and always end up disappointed. Clean singer wishes he has Rody Walker.

italianStallion
April 14th 2014

169 Comments


Production makes it sound like every instrument was programmed. the clean vocal sections are cool, the rest of it is really boring. The quirky high pitched slides are annoying.

DatBeefPudding
April 14th 2014

1301 Comments


not sure why i enjoy this band, normally vocals like this would bother me. but for some reason it works; so m/

trilogique21
April 14th 2014

391 Comments


every metal band has quantized to hell and back drums italianStallion. the guitars are fine. actually
the production is pretty damn good.

climactic
April 14th 2014

18724 Comments


you must not listen to a wide variety of metal then

DatBeefPudding
April 14th 2014

1301 Comments


agreed with clim, there's lots of current metal bands that dont have this level of production.

doesnt mean i think the production is bad, it works for this band. but you are wrong in saying every metal band sounds like this or even similar.

AtomicShane
April 14th 2014

1768 Comments


FUCK YUS I'VE BEEN WAITING 4 DIS

climactic
April 14th 2014

18724 Comments


hyper-quantized, compressed production generally works best for this type of music. there's a fine line between really crisp production and something being overproduced. i happen to think this is a lil overproduced, the guitars sound so mechanical and those electronic touches in this genre are becoming so overused *groans*

DatBeefPudding
April 14th 2014

1301 Comments


i can fully understand what you're saying. i'm kind of on the fence about this song, if they had slightly less production i think this would be a very interesting track.

as it stands it's listenable but it's nothing spectacular. does have a bit of a robotic feel to it from the programming.

dixoncocks
April 15th 2014

2475 Comments


The panning of the guitars sounds pretty sick. The cleans remind me a bit of akissforjersey, the rest not so much. Cool song.

Digging: Polyphia - Muse

Dancedrewdance
April 15th 2014

458 Comments


Awee yeeee

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