SOSA ReviewThis track mainly suffers from lack of substance with its repetitive drum loop and guitar riff as well as the lyrics. It would be more wise to open with the verse vocals instead of multiple SOS chorus lyric that you repeat much more than you probably should right from the start. It also would help to change your riff from being the same for both the verse and chorus. As far as production goes my first suggestion would be to mic a guitar amp and use that for your input for recording instead of direct input.
Abrasively RawStomp on Satan? Here is a song that is generic. However, it has a certain raw power that pushes it into its own classification. Even though this tune uses "nothing new" for its melodic and rhythmic structure, it is abrasive enough to keep you listening. Perhaps for a passage or bar more satisfying? Perhaps for a tempo change or a unexpected note that would intrigue one's irrationality? A great song however and with a bit of polishing, it would be a contender, or perhaps, a song the could really stomp Satan. Drums are buried in the mix by the raw guitar sound, that should not be changed, just mixed better. Great vocals that would be better with more compression/reverb.