The 100 Best Old-School Death Metal band mexican
A short list of some great band old Mexican Death Metal
Una corta lista de las mas grandes bandas mexicanas del
old death metal mexicano
the best of mexican death metal
lo mejor del death metal mexicano
Although the last remaster is the official, pro-supervised one, this remaster will please some friends and fans of ours. For one, the sound is louder and a bit more powerful. Plus, you have 4 previously unreleased mixes: Epitafio, Improved Hatred, In The Name Of The Cause and Tae Kwon Do. "Epitafio" (or "epitaph") is a mix that was done along with the final mixes of the album. The drums sound bigger and overall it's a heavier mix. Why we didn't use this one is beyond me.
Plus, the guitars are really crunchy here, the way it should've sound on the entire album. "Improved Hatred" is also a different mix. The drums are not as loud as with the original mix. The guitars are the ones that reign here, but overall I think it's a more aggressive mix, suitable for this song in particular. Same goes with "In The Name...", although the mellow guitar part in the middle sounds a bit buried. Plus, I hate the way that solo came out (the mellow part).
I love the solo when the song picks up, but the mellow part always makes me cringe. "TKD" was shortened. I don't remember the reason to make the song longer in the final mix. This is a joke song of course, but a lot of people loved it. At least we have one song in Korean!!!
Again, the MP3 files are perefectly tagged and with a higher bit rate and VBR. Thanx to all those who've downloaded our album. I hope you enjoy this remaster because it should sound a bit better and fuller. Don't forget to leave your comments, even if you think we sucked (we no longer exist, thus we no longer suck! Hahaha!).
Un saludo a todos los thrashers de Mexico que han descargado
nuestro album. You fuckin' RULE!
Draksen - From Beyond (Demo)
Este no es el demo, el el album
esto no es death metal, pero no quise dejarlo fuera de la lista