Check out Sacred Blade with Jeff Ulmer here, OFFICIAL DISCUSSION THREAD

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  1. Gregg Loewen

    Gregg Loewen Video Standards Instructor, THX Ltd.
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  2. Brian L

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    I think these tracks rock, so much so that I did a pre-order.

    I had never heard of Jeff Ulmer or his music prior to his recent thread on CD prices, and then this thread got me curious.

    I am hearing stuff that reminds me of Queensryche (I am sure I nuked the spelling!) in terms of the melodies and the orchestrated guitars and perhaps a touch of Rush in some of the bass lines.

    Great stuff. I would encourage anyone that likes melodic hard rock to give them a listen.

    BGL
     
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    I like it. Music has a clean, driving feel to it, with a nice touch of mystical-ness.

    LJ
     
  4. Jeff Ulmer

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    Thanks guys, I appreciate your support. I've been locked in studio putting the final touches on the mixes.

    As a note of clarification (since the IT department - me - hasn't finished building the new website yet), the demo tracks are from the OTHYRWORLD - Beyond Into the Night of Day album, which is not (technically) a Sacred Blade release, even though I'll have a hard time convincing the Sacred Blade followers of that. The CD has been a long time coming, as much of the material dates back to the early 1980s, and its follow up will have material I wrote in the late 1970s on it.

    I don't want to personally get into too much discussion about the record here, since HTF has rules against advertising in the forum. I'm happy you've had an opportunity to give it a listen and a chance.
     
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    "We are sorry. This page is not available at the moment."

    Are we killing your bandwidth? [​IMG]
     
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    Do you play clubs, Jeff?
     
  7. Brian L

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  8. Jeff Ulmer

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  9. Jeff Ulmer

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    I have uploaded three more tracks to the demo page if anyone is interested. The web server seems stable now, I wish I could say the same for our email server...
     
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    More killer tracks.....

    I am really liking this stuff. In Light of the Moon kicks.

    When did you say the CD would be ready?????

    BGL
     
  11. Jeff Ulmer

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    Thanks Brian. Just wait until you hear it without being massacred by Real Audio. That compression is horrid.

     

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