Dimmu Borgir - The Serpentine Offering - Rock Band Network DLC Full Band Preview





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Uploaded on Apr 8, 2011

So I finaly got my Dazzle recorder, so now I am going to post full band videos of Rock Band Network (RBN) songs that haven't got alot of good chart preview videos on this channel to help you guys, the customers.

Since this is my first recorded video, I realised a bit to late that I probably should have chosen Static Vocals instead, so I might consider re-recording this sometime when I find out how to make my Sony Vegas 9 stop making text all blurry in my videos. If you know how to fix it, please send me a message!

If there is anything you think I should change for the later videos I will make, please tell me! I am always open for constructive criticism! And before you ask, the reason I am not playing myself is due to the fact that I am having a hard time calibrating the game to actually be playable while recording.

This song is aviable for both Xbox 360 and the Playstation 3 trough the in-game store for 2$.

Chart Reviews:
Guitar: Easier than your average Black Metal song, but it have it's charm due to the variation of the riffs. If you are training on alt-strums, this is a good song to work with.

Drums: As with all other Black Metal songs on drums, it is awesome to play if you have the stamina for it. If the lack of double bass charting bothers you, it is actually charted well enough so that you can pretend to be playing the second bass pedal with your foot that is not in use during gameplay. Get it if you like fast bass pedal stuff.

Vocals: Scream and growl vocals for the most part (obviously) which is only fun if you actually try to growl yourself. It got a melodic bridge though, sung by the guitarist, but for some reason this part is charted so that you have to sing one of the harmonies that goes on in the background. It is still pretty awesome to sing though and any extreme Metal vocalist should not be dissapointed.

Bass: I haven't tried it myself, but it looks very similar to the Guitar chart for the most part.


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