Essentially. I play piano, so if I were to do something with that, say a chord progression or rhythm, or anything really. I'd play through it once, but then the second time I might change the voicings or switch up the rhythm just to make it less "the same as before." Just keeps the listener engaged, really. Looping stuff isn't inherantly bad, if there's something that needs to keep a certain rhythm or feeling/emotion. What I see, though, sometimes is just people looping something to get "more" song.
Purely kickass stuff! This is certainly one of the best examples of symphonic rock done right. Although, you shouldn't expect anything less brutal than this from these two gentlemen. Kudos to you, guys
Hey, @Bundeslang, clicking the submission link brings up a blank, white page. I notice that the URL has the word admin in it, so I'm wondering if you maybe you accidentally copied the wrong URL? The ThaSauce link underneath leads to the contest page.