thx, there are some links in my profile with music. Cora Canning is dead cuz the other guy quit, but we're still friends. I recorded all the Cora songs I wrote (released and unreleased) myself and am releasing an album soon.
don't expect too much from it right now. i've only seriously started to try and learn how to produce music since a few months back. finished songs on there are my Darkmere cover from Hexen and Forlorn Journey. The Talosian Incident is also complete, melody-wise, just needs to be mixed and mastered and such.
Soundcloud to various projects I have going. The top one is a single of my main bands second album which is about to be released. It's pop music that could fit on the GTA Vice City soundtrack. Yeah, that's the genre i guess.
How about me doing some vox? Voice is an instrument to play too.
...Though this time it certainly won't be noted for its melodic use. We have some musical collaborations with NRM (deathmatch fanatics should know this guy well) since our tastes meet at certain points. Now there are only two finished tracks (and they're also quite old) with a couple still being worked on. The formula is simple: NRM makes music, I provide lyrics and vocals, and then he puts the shit altogether. Primary style is death metal/grindcore. This particular project is now suspended (not to be confused with recently formed band of the same name). And yeah, this isn't a professional recording, so don't be surprised with some ugly parts (especially in the second track, where man slightly overused effects thus making my voice too synthetic, and I was deaf enough at the moment not to pay close attention to it).
And something recent. It's a short preview of a track which is currently somewhere in alpha version stage, so it's still a lot to be done here. A completely different approach and it also features NRM in vocal department as well (he does rap vocals here). This time he uses his usual alias here, so you may wanna check other tracks, he has plenty of them and they're cool.
That's it for now.
Oh, lest I forget completely - 'Act now' samples cool bit from Phobia: The Age as a bridge, so additional credits to Kristus.