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ShawnBreeZe says
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JoneyFromHell says

Not much on AJ but try these:
  • Metal Party
  • Heavy Metal 3
  • Heavy Metal
  • Wow, some of your tracks have really burned my ass!! :) just what i was looking for
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    Steve5000 says

    THIS is harder then hell, man! Pure evil!

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    BigBouncyBright says

    I just remove my metal/djent track, because of sales absense. No fate! :D

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    TheRedGiant says

    I once tried to submit real brutal stuff, but it got rejected. It was a mix of hardcore with thrash, crushing and dissonant.

    No bueno!. :)

    So I’m guessing your best bet is to submit some juvenile “heavy” Linkin Park-sounding stuff, or some biker-sounding stuff a-la Black Label Society.

    Hard rock-ish stuff is generally accepted, I think. So you could then make a heavier-than-usual hard rock track and it’d probably pass the review smoothly.

    Or heavier-than-usual modern progressive hard rock, like I did for this one :Dhttp://audiojungle.net/item/break-all-these-walls/2623365

    Or heavier-than-usual funky, guitar-driven, stuff: http://audiojungle.net/item/disloyalty-to-the-funk/3118489

    But actual brutal death, grind, or black or any seriously heavy and dissonant stuff will probably get rejected.

    Then again, I’ve heard this kind of stuff depends on the individual reviewer’s subjective opinion rather than any concrete, global, Envato reviewing rules.

    (And the profile of the guy who reviewed me that one time did look like someone completely alien to heavy music.)

    —Alexander

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    musicguy says

    THIS is harder then hell, man! Pure evil!

    Great track!!

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    JoneyFromHell says


    THIS is harder then hell, man! Pure evil!
    Great track!!
    absolutely agree, probably the hardest stuff on audiojungle! and it’s really hard to find somth like this
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    JoneyFromHell says

    I once tried to submit real brutal stuff, but it got rejected. It was a mix of hardcore with thrash, crushing and dissonant.

    No bueno!. :)

    So I’m guessing your best bet is to submit some juvenile “heavy” Linkin Park-sounding stuff, or some biker-sounding stuff a-la Black Label Society.

    Hard rock-ish stuff is generally accepted, I think. So you could then make a heavier-than-usual hard rock track and it’d probably pass the review smoothly.

    Or heavier-than-usual modern progressive hard rock, like I did for this one :Dhttp://audiojungle.net/item/break-all-these-walls/2623365

    Or heavier-than-usual funky, guitar-driven, stuff: http://audiojungle.net/item/disloyalty-to-the-funk/3118489

    But actual brutal death, grind, or black or any seriously heavy and dissonant stuff will probably get rejected.

    Then again, I’ve heard this kind of stuff depends on the individual reviewer’s subjective opinion rather than any concrete, global, Envato reviewing rules.

    (And the profile of the guy who reviewed me that one time did look like someone completely alien to heavy music.)

    —Alexander

    well, look on previous post by Steve5000, this is definitely doesn’t sound like Linkin Park :reallyevil:

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    TheRedGiant says

    well, look on previous post by Steve5000, this is definitely doesn’t sound like Linkin Park :reallyevil:

    I hadn’t heard that one. There is hope! :D

    Great job, Steve5000.

    —Alexander

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