thanks for all the great kind words rock band community (y)
i'm a 17 year old having fun in a band playing a genre i like and creating music, and it's great that there is criticism, but just the constant flaming, is it really necessary?
i would expect a little better from adults probably more mature than myself in a forum, especially about a topic for a video game.
if you aren't going to download or play the music that's fine by me, is it such a harm that the rock band network is available for this sole purpose?
i'm almost positive that all the flames towards me are just because apparently everybody hates me on these forums, and now they're just being geared towards my band.
for the people with thousands of posts mocking and flaming a kid's band where he's doing something he loves - thanks, music is really not about the music anymore, isn't it?
about the majesty name - if it's taken we'll change the name, this is fun project and it's really no big deal.
about the font - why do you care? i don't make fun of anything you create.
about the music - if you don't like it, why post? to get your 100,000 post count title?
for anybody reading this who actually doesn't feel like flaming me or has no reason to and has not yet, then thank you.
Last edited by bLiNdz0r; 11-24-2009 at 12:00 AM.
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although im not gonna buy your songs, i like the idea of more artist coming to RBN.
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Anyways, keep on doing what you love. And a word of advice that it seems no bands ever follow: If you get signed by a record company, don't let them pussywhip you into changing your band's sound to what's popular at that time. I hate when bands do that.
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We had one person review our CD on iTunes saying that it "literally made them puke" when they listened to it. Did I get offended? No, I laughed about it.
And so should blindz0r.
If a person chooses to participate in a performance art, and puts the result of that performance out into the public eye/ear, they need to be prepared for all kinds of reactions to it; both positive and negative.
Last edited by davidshek; 11-24-2009 at 10:49 PM.
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as for difficult to read band logos, it's kinda like asking why so much rock music uses distorted guitar...
i can't speak for other bands, but the logo used for one of my black metal projects simply is not supposed to be attractive or easy on the eyes.