Through the fire and the flames is a blistering track by metal band “Dragonforce” made famous by the video game guitar hero. The song showcases unbelievable fretwork from guitarists Herman Li and Sam Totman who really push the boundaries of what is humanly possible on a guitar. Listening to the guitars in isolation really helps you appreciate the speed of their playing. With A LOT of practice this set of isolated multitracks might help you tackle some of these guitar parts. Enjoy!
Here is a full set of isolated multitracks for the track “Seize the Day” by the modern metal band “Avenged Sevenfold”. The track was released in 2005 as the fourth single on their third studio album “City of Evil”.
City of Evil was the bands first album on a major label and what many believe to be a more mainstream release by the band which is evident with a sizable absence of screaming vocals by lead singer M.Shadows. However this allowed the band to exploit there musical creativity and really let’s the guitar mastery of Synyster Gates shine through with the support of Zacky Vengeance.
For those of you looking to learn a few guitar solos, the solo in this song is one of my favorites and it is not overly difficult. Synyster Gates uses a very melodic approach to this solo and really emphasizes that it’s not all about speed and shred. Watching him play it ion top of a coffin in the video clip is also pretty cool! Enjoy…RIP The Rev…
Here is a full set of isolated multitracks for the blistering metal track “six” by All that Remains. If you are a fan of the Guitar Hero games you will know this song very well as it was featured as an unlockable song on guitar hero 2.
The song is from All that Remains 2006 album “Fall of Ideals” which brought the band it’s first taste of mainstream success. The album opened at 75 on the billboard charts and sold 13,000 copies in it’s first week. For you killswitch engage fans you may like to know that “Fall of ideals” was mixed and produced by guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz who is a much wanted man in the metal community when it comes to mixing and production.
Listening to the guitars in isolation in this multitrack really allows you to appreciate the technicality of Oli Herbert’s guitar playing. Enjoy!
Here is a great set of isolated multitracks for the song Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast by Aussie rockers Airbourne. If you didn’t know who they were you would swear you were watching AC/DC from 30 years ago. These boys from OZ aren’t trying to re-invent the wheel, instead bringing back the raw foot stomping riffs of yesteryear with lots of energy and volume…Enjoy!
Here are some isolated multitracks for the song “Seven Nation Army” by the White Stripes. Released in 2003 as a single the song went straight to number one and stayed there for 3 weeks. It also won a Grammy for best rock song in 2004.
The song has a very catchy bass riff throughout the song however something you may not know is that this is not a bass guitar! Jack White has created this sound using his 1950s style Kay Hollowbody acoustic guitar and running it through a DigiTech Whammy pedal which he has dialed down an octave.
When the song was released in 2003 it was a breath of fresh air for true music lovers. It strips away all the noise and mess we hear in much of the music out there today and displays true talent and musicianship through the use of just 2 guitars and a simple drum beat. I hope you enjoy these isolated multitracks as much as I have.
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