This song appears on the band's 3 song EP released in 2005. Take note that James is known for improvising. Consequently, the rendition of the song in this lesson might not match exactly what you hear on the record. To play along with this lesson, de-tune each of your guitar strings a full step. Then, lower the pitch of the low D string to C (Dropped C Tuning).
Taught by James Malone in Arsis Songs With James Malone seriesLength: 18:05Difficulty: 3.5 of 5
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James Malone teaches this song from the EP of the same name.Length: 25:35 Difficulty: 3.0 Members Only
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James Malone is in a band called Arsis. Arsis is an American death metal band from Virginia Beach, Virginia, formed in 2000. The band is currently signed to Nuclear Blast. He has a pretty loyal following of guitar players and has decided to share is knowledge with JamPlay.com.
He has put together one hell of a series for all you metal heads out there. You'll learn everything from basic techniques to how to sing (growl?) and play at the same time.
Furthermore, he's taken the time to record some kickass licks for our lick & riff library. He has also taught a handful of Arsis songs for you to learn.
James is a great addition to the JamPlay metal instructor army!
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