Onslaught Six

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  1. I did but I never received anything back. I still need some people--and fast!--so if anyone's interested, go ahead and post, or send me a PM.
  2. Hey there! I'm seeking some talented lead guitarists who are available very soon to lay down some lead guitar parts on some songs I have for my new album. I can offer some (small) monetary consolation if that's what you're into, or I can just owe you a musical (or graphic design?) favour. We can trade off! I'm skilled in drum and synth arrangement, rhythm guitar, vocals and bass guitar...basically, everything but lead guitar! I'm not comfortable posting a public link to the new material (for obvious reasons) but I can offer a link to my last album: http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/album/first-blood If you're interested, send me a PM, post in the thread, email me at OnslaughtSix at gmail, tweet at me, find me on FB, send smoke signals, whatever! I want your delicious licks all over these tracks. Get up on it.
  3. Hey there! I'm seeking some talented lead guitarists who are available very soon to lay down some lead guitar parts on some songs I have for my new album. I can offer some (small) monetary consolation if that's what you're into, or I can just owe you a musical (or graphic design?) favour. We can trade off! I'm skilled in drum and synth arrangement, rhythm guitar, vocals and bass guitar...basically, everything but lead guitar! I'm not comfortable posting a public link to the new material (for obvious reasons) but I can offer a link to my last album: http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/album/first-blood If you're interested, send me a PM, post in the thread, email me at OnslaughtSix at gmail, tweet at me, find me on FB, send smoke signals, whatever! I want your delicious licks all over these tracks. Get up on it.
  4. http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/album/first-blood FIRST BLOOD is my 80s action movie-inspired thrash metal album that I've been working on for a few months. It's finally out and I want everyone to hear it. It's on Bandcamp, so you can listen to it for free. You can download it for only $4, get a CD for $7, and I even have a special edition with bonus stuff for only $15. Check it out.
  5. Hi! I'm an original artist in need of help. I have a thrash metal themed album called 'First Blood' coming out in early June. Most of the songs are recorded in some demo format but they still need some shredding guitar solos over parts. They do not need to be particularly long or particularly mindblowing or great solos--just something servicable that fits with the song. If this sounds like something you're interested in, PM me or reply! Here is a sample of the kind of thing this is, from my latest album. (The new stuff is way better.) http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/track/gravedigger-2
  6. The Dolphin maxi-single is now available! $2 to download, $5 for the CD. For just $10 total, you can also grab it along with the John Carpenter EP in a special hand-taped bundle! This single features remixes from me, Glass, A Drowning Angel, Quiet Corpse, The Electric Witch, Autonami, CTRL_ALT_DSTRY and Space Disc Jockey! http://onslaughtsix.com/dolphin http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/album/dolphin-maxi-single The dolphin can take you to the data.
  7. So I'm putting together a kind of oldschool "maxi-single"/remix EP/what have you for a song off my latest full length album, Termina, and I was wondering if anybody in this forum would be interested in remixing/covering/what have you. The song is called "Dolphin" and is based on the song Johnny Mnemonic. Here's a link to the song: http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/track/dolphin Here's a link to the multitrack stems: http://db.tt/FgAbkSjS Let me know if you're interested! There's no hard deadline on this but I'm hoping to have it finished up by early December. (Also if anyone has some feedback on the original track or any of my music, that'd be cool too!)
  8. ALTOONA, PA - After a year and three months of hard, grueling work, TERMINA, the much-anticipated third major album from indie industrial artist ONSLAUGHT SIX has finally been digitally released. Featuring 12 tracks and over 70 minutes of music, the industrial opus has been described as "Twelve punches to the face--for real this time." Featuring the tracks Termina, Blue, Dolphin, Blasphemer, and Tablets of Destiny, the album features a wide variety of topics, primarily the video game The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask and Jadusable's Haunted Cartridge story, as well as the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion and other influences. Inspired primarily by early industrial artists like Skinny Puppy and Front 242, there are other influences as well; Devin Townsend, Nine Inch Nails, 16volt, Zeromancer and Wumpscut all have a clear presence on the album, but Onslaught Six insists he is more than the sum of those parts. "The album is definitely steeped in industrial lore, old and new--that's part of the appeal, I think," he says. "But I feel like I really bring something to the table, something nobody else is doing right now in the industrial world--or if they are, they're not doing it like I am." The album also features guest appearances by Geoff Barone (This Place Is Haunted) and Jesse Husted (Vision To None), and the coming CD release will feature artwork by freelance artist Kaptain Carbon. Onslaught hopes that in the future, more artists he admires will work with him. "I want the follow-up to Termina to be very collaboration-based. I want more people to come in and add their input. I want more people to take the basic clay that I've made, and mould it into something greater than we could create separately." As for what he hopes people will say about the album? "I hope they like it. I think it's the best thing I've ever done. I only ever set out to create music that I'd like to hear, and if someone else enjoys it, that's cool too." Termina released digitally on March 15th. You can stream the entire album for free here, and also purchase the digital version. In addition, Onslaught Six is running an IndieGoGo fundraising campaign to raise money to press and release the CD version; you can contribute to that here.
  9. I set up an IndieGoGo campaign to fund the CD release of my forthcoming album Termina: http://tinyurl.com/terminafunds It'll sound like this: http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/album/termina It's an industrial metal concept album based on Majora's Mask (in part) as well as taking bits from Evangelion, Johnny Mnemonic, etc.
  10. I'm looking to get some peeps to do some more remixes of my tunes for maybe some deluxe-edition-type releases or something. Anyway! Point is. Pick a song from Lamda Ecks or Tidal Wave. I'd prefer the former but both need more remixes: http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/album/x-enter-the-machine http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/album/tidal-wave-ep Post what song you want. I'll post multitracks for that song. You remix it. You post it. I tell you if it's good and if you need to fix shitty mastering or anything. You send me a .WAV. I upload it to my Bandcamp. You can do whatever you want with yours--sell it, put it up for free, whatever--as long as I am free to do the same. You have no reason not to do this.
  11. For the last, I dunno, ten months or something, I've been working on a remastered and improved (read: not shitty) version of Lamda Ecks. All vocals now re-EQ'd, many instruments remixed or otherwise fixed up, compression applied, most songs remixed fully from scratch. It now sounds 100% better. If you liked the way they sounded before then you should hold on to those recordings because I saved over my original masters because honestly I think it sounds much better now. Let me know what you think. Also, the 13th bonus track "Walk On Water," the Ozzy Osbourne cover, is now streaming. As download incentive, I now have seven (!) demos from the creation of Lamda Ecks, including demos of Isolation and Digital Omega that date back to 2008. http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/album/x-enter-the-machine To help promote the remastered album, I've (finally) put out the Future single. I do not currently have any physical copies of this but I'm working on it. It has a single edit of Future, an instrumental version, and three remixes done by people from around the Internets. They are all very good remixes and you should go listen to them. http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/album/future-single Finally, I was recording elements for a new song Turtles a few weeks ago when I pushed the wrong keys and something fucked up came out of my speakers. So I recorded it, and put it up. http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/track/jhiaxus
  12. Well, partially anyway! I have five demo songs up from my upcoming Termina LP; they're all work-in-progresses and I would love feedback (constructive or deconstructive, positive/negative, I don't care which) on it. Please give it a listen and let me know what you think. http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/album/termina
  13. So I sent out a generic request a couple weeks back for anyone who wanted to record a tambourine for Baltimore, since my shitty sampled one sounded like ass. Geoff Barone, keboardist This Place Is Haunted, one of my favourite video game cover bands (they also do movie and TV theme covers, too) offered to do so, and then he sent along some synths and piano and shit. So I went ahead and stuck them in there! I'm really honoured to have the guy do something with one of my tracks, so yeah. There it is. http://onslaughtsix.bandcamp.com/track/baltimore Dunno if this is the final demo or not. Gonna listen to it a bit more over the next couple days.
  14. Awesome, downloading now. As for that guy complaining about the anime--4kids doesn't have anything to do with it now (and hasn't for several years) and even when they did, so what? The games came first. It's like saying you won't download a Mario project album because that's supporting the terrible live-action movie. (Come to think, are there any Mario albums released?)
  15. I'm working on a new industrial EP/album and I'm kind of at a standstill with my new song. I kind of want the choruses to have some kind of intense tom-my drumming throughout it, and I'm not sure I can program this kind of thing myself. So I'd really like if there was a drummer willing to volunteer their services--or I'd even accept programmed drums, if they could sound as cool as this: In the choruses of that song is kind of what I'm looking for. If not that, then perhaps something towards the end of this song, with the electro-ey toms: Here's a demo of the track if anyone would like to give it a shot: https://sites.google.com/site/onslaughtsix/Blue.mp3?attredirects=0&d=1 (It's an extremely early demo, there's a lot of it I still want to change and the ending isn't finished.) Reply, PM or email me (onslaughtsix at gmail dot com) if you're interested.
  16. I got a new demo. I put it up on MegaUpload. http://tinyurl.com/TerminaDemo2 I fixed a lot of the vocal issues and mixed the drums a lot heavier and better. It's still not finished, there's a couple effects mistakes I did, but other than that I'm pretty happy.
  17. I've always loved MM, ever since I first layed it, and there was that awesome creepypasta/ARG earlier this year that totally rekindled my love for the game. Anyway, I got really into it again a few days back and wrote some lyrics while at work. Really stupidly abstract Skinny Puppy-esque lyrics that don't rhyme or follow a coherent melody or pattern and are everything I hate about other people's lyrics. So I screamed them out and put some badass synths and drums and guitars to it. This is a first-take demo and it has a whole lot of flaws, there's going to be areas I'm going to rerecord entirely. I just felt that some feedback would be cool from you guys. And yeah it's on Sendspace. I can put it on Megaupload or anything else if you guys want though, but it's not ready for Bandcamp. http://tinyurl.com/TerminaDemo1
  18. IMO, the sounds you're using are really stock-sounding. Especially the drums.
  19. Simon Viklund of GRIN was the music composer and also project director on Bionic Commando: Rearmed. I know that's not the same thing, but it's there.
  20. So I'm thinking of doing a remix/cover compilation for my songs off my recent album Lamda Ecks. I can provide stems for all of the songs on there at the request of anybody. I'd really love to see what some of the community can do with this. I'm looking at a free digital-only compilation release at some point toward the end of the year or something. (I realized I didn't do much that wasn't related to this album so there's not a lot of point in releasing a compilation--but I want to anyway because compilations are awesome.) So go on; give the album a listen and let me know which songs you'd like to remix. (I'd really prefer nobody does Future at this point, though; I ran a contest earlier in the year and have plenty of entries from that still.)
  21. I dig it! If I made it, though, I would have it start with the main melody riff and some more simplistic drums before bringing the bass and full drums in after a few bars.
  22. Not just the cover, but the album title too. I actually have my artist doing an original cover that's closer in tribute to the original. The whole album's tributes to things from my childhood or just big dumb heavy metal concepts. It's meant to kick ass and not be taken too seriously--hence the title.