This is the best I've heard at blending mutliple genre's of music into a single song. It's got a great rap lyrical quality, and the heavy grunge guitars in the background, with the funk guitar too! And there's even times when the guitars go into an 80's shred style. Very nice.
Reviewed by: Seattle_92 from Davenport, Nebraska
Awesome tune!! Has the rock/rap thing going for it with thick distortioned soaked guitars, but funks out with awesome flanged out slap bass, and hip-hop inflected drumming. The mix of Zack DeLaRocha fierce raps, and tasteful backing vocals really make this an interesting track. Very cool stuff here.
drphunknstuff - New York
Rage against the what? These guys bust sweet rhymes!
Great vocals, heavy guitars and a sweet beat. Music is definetely the way, and if its this music, the way is gonna rock.
Reviewed by: Xain from Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Better than what's on the radio
It's so good. You really put your creativity into it!
j1plante - Boston, Massachusetts
Original Rap/Rock Track
Weird and haunting chorus. Excellent vocals. Killer electric guitar. The middle 8 was pretty surprising(!). You deserve to get in the final countdown. This is a lot better than average. Keep making original music!
Yes guy yes
I REALLY REALLY LIKE THIS SONG!!! at first, i was not too sure about all the talkin, but i kinda like that style. once you guys started playin I totally got in to the song. it was soooooo good. I love the melody and your voices are great. i really like how there is not just one singer, but a bunch of you. I really like the person who has the really deep voice. when your part came on, it kinda sent chills down my spine (in a totally good way). i am impressed by some of that guitar work done in the song and i really like the main verses. ( i am the type of person who sings along to songs, and i really wanted to sing with you guys!!!!) I would love to hear more. keep up the really great work!
Holy...this is such a good track. Love the samples. I could seriously just sit here and listen to this song for a while...Damn...
barbies_revenge - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
I found this track to be very, very catchy. with solid changes and nice funky tones, this track is by far the best I have heard in this section.
KJDX - Davenport, Iowa
Slap bass kicks
I don't like this genre, but I like to review it to make sure that I don't let my personal likes interfere with the musical critiques. I especially like the use of the slap bass and the guitar work is exceptional. Vocals and rhythm are excellent and the scream in ther middle after the break is a nice touch. I also like the varying of speed and rhythm in that same spot. Great job!
Extra Credit: Bass, Beat
Reviewed by: rudeboyJS
How'd they do that?
Few artists are able to achieve what I hear in this tune, namely, it bounces all over the place and blends genres without losing it's footing. The musicianship is excellent, and the way the guitar voices weave together, and the vocal styles alternate and interlace is genuinely compelling. I love the gothic intro. Then it's funky, tight, raw and full of surprises. I enjoy the "Wow, Wow" guitar riffs, and the melodically sung refrain. They go where "White Zombie" went, but I find this much more interesting. The guitar leads rip over the top of dirge-like rhythm midway through the tune. The vocals grow shrill and more excited as it nears the end. It's hip, it rocks, and it has a good build to far-leaping climax. It is full of tricks without being too arrogant, and it's intricate enough in places to make one wonder "How'd they do that?" Call it Rap-Rock if you like. I call it Great-Rock.
Dr_Strangedub - Taos, New Mexico
Rap and Rock together, with attitude
Oh my god, I love this song. It has great lyrics, great guitar, great beat, great EVERYTHING! I can see this in an action movie maybe in a fight scene. I must get this song, it rocks. It makes me feel like I am listening to the Kottonmouth Kings or something like that. If u like rap and rock together, LISTEN TO THIS SONG!!!
Gimp_Bizkit - Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
An Old School Twist to a New School Style
This song is very original. I don't think I've ever heard a Rap/Rock song in modern times with this kind of old school feel. Definite skills from the emcees. I like the second emcee's voice a little better, but that doesn't mean the first is bad. The first one is a lot better at rapping with energy when it gets harder. That's a nice sound. I just love how the song goes from real old school styles with that guitar riff and then when the guitars pick up, the emcees pick up with it and get crazy. That's definitely sweet. I think this could sell in two markets. The rap/rock and the hip-hop scenes could both dig this tune I think. It has that old school quality mixed with the intensity of modern rock. Very well done, good original twist on a style that needs a new twist. Nice tune.
bonzoman - Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
2 THUMBS ALL THE WAY UP!!!
DAMN YAH!!!! You guys are awesome!!!
Fry911 - Ogden, Utah
funky shit man!
alvinseah - Melaka, Malacca, Malaysia
The Beastie Boys of the New Millennium
From the second the synthesizers came on, I immediately started bobbing my head. As the track progressed, I was full out getting my groove on. I liked your track so much, I called my friend so HE could listen to it. Great job guys. If you have a cd or come out with one, e-mail me and I'll buy a copy. Plus, (this is to your benefit), you guys rapped about weed and getting laid. trust me; you're gonna get signed. Magick_Girl_311 - Concord, California
THE REAL MAC BITCH
Veepeeca - So. San Francisco, California
Guitar Hits The Groove Head On
The beat and guitars are so tight. You can really get into the groove and loose control. Vocals are good too, but the music is great!
Systo - Durham, North Carolina
Give these dudes a contract NOW!
TheMan - San Leandro, California
Sharing Cheddar Cheese With (Insert Deity Here)
I enjoyed the minor key this song was set in, and the slow, ska-like feel of the track overall. The singer has a great voice; clear and strong. The lyrics flow well; I bet this song sounds great live!
Extra Credit: Male Vocals, Melody
Special Award:Smoochiest Love Song
Reviewed by: neva_far
This may sound like bullsh**, but there is not enough of a good solid funk infusion in metal these days. You'd think that Living Color and Fishbone had never even existed. Very nice work, metal with swing. Very cool. nice vocals too, both solo and group vox. Nice.
JiveTurkey - New Paltz, New York
What music should be!
YES! This track embodies what a good song should be...it hooks me right away with the beat and keeps my attention with the slamming vocals...The guitars, KICK BUTT!...you guys ROCK...the breakdown...is TIGHT! EXCELLENT!!
starglow5 - Canton, Ohio
Long live the FUNK rock!
This is what I'm talkin about! I like a little funk sometimes. The bass, beats, and vocals in this song keep it funky, while the guitars keep it heavy, yet psychedelic. I'd love to play with these guys, it sounds like an awesome party! jezter - Dearborn Heights, Michigan