I want to apologize....I don't know what the fuck I was thinking... Storm, I honestly have no resentments to you and I can confidently say that I don't have any problems with you. I wasn't sober when I decided to post that comment and to be completely honest, I can def hear potential! You guys just need better recordings. I can help you guys out with that if you'd like to check out what I can offer. I am very truly sorry and it wouldn't let me delete the comment btw.
@jonathan Benjamin Chapman. It's clearly obvious you have no idea what you're talking about. Everything you just stated publicly is slanderous and liable. If you had taken the time to actually visit their social media and live shows, you would see for yourself that tgey have intact written new music, have new recordings, and do not sound like a "local" band. They do have that edge and this is why our record company, along with many others, have had our attention directed towards these guys. They have tons of international interest, AirPlay, interviews with renowned magazines, television networks and radio. Where are you in the music industry? I suggest you be very careful with his you present yourself in this industry. You never know who's attention you will grab. You're very unprofessional and uninformed go educate yourself and maybe take a leaf out of their book. It's musicians like you who give the industry a very bad taste in our mouths you're burning bridges
It’s very hard to be around people who refuse to let go of negativity – when they ruminate and speak incessantly about the terrible things that could happen and have happened, the scorns they’ve suffered, and the unfairness of life. These people stubbornly refuse to see the positive side of life and the positive lessons from what’s happening. Pessimism is one thing – but remaining perpetually locked in a negative mindset is another. Only seeing the negative, and operating from a view that everything is negative and against you, is a twisted way of thinking and living, and you can change that. Lack of emotional self-control. – An inability to manage your emotions is toxic to everyone around you. We all know these people – those who explode in anger and tears over the smallest hiccup or problem. Yelling at the grocery store clerk for the long line, screaming at an employee for a small error she made, or losing it with your daughter for spilling juice on the floor. If you find that you’re overly emotional, losing your cool at every turn, you may need some outside assistance to help you gain control over your emotions and understand what’s at the root of your inner angst. There’s more to it than what appears on the surface. An independent perspective – and a new kind of support – can work wonders. Making superficial judgments about others. – Don’t always judge a person by what they show you. Remember, what you’ve seen is oftentimes only what that person has chosen to show you, or what they were driven to show based on their inner stress and pain. Alas, when another person tries to make you suffer in some small way, it is usually because they suffer deep within themselves. Their suffering is simply spilling over. They do not need punishment or ridicule, they need help. If you can’t help them, let them be. Cruelty (or lacking empathy and compassion). – One of the most toxic behaviors – cruelty – stems from a total lack of empathy, concern or compassion for others. We see it every day online and in the media – people being devastatingly unkind and hurtful to others just because they can. They tear people down online in a cowardly way, using their anonymity as a shield. Cruelty, backstabbing, and hurting others for any reason is toxic, and it hurts you as well. If you find yourself backstabbing and tearing someone else down, stop in your tracks. Dig deep and find compassion in your heart
Wow! Everyone's is allowed their own opinions. And you speak down to us like you have some musical degree. When it is obvious in your testimonials that you have no idea what your talking about. Also that is very "unprofessional" "tacky" and "lacks taste". It makes you sound jealous, like they say haters are going to hate. @ Johnathan Benjamin Chapman
$205 in 20 days? Not trying to bust balls, but have you guys ever seriously took a step back and realized what your product is? First off, the current recordings don't sound good at all..... And I'm not sure if the world's best engineer could nurse the vocals back to health. Altogether, 24 Thorns needs a whole lot of work and changes before people go investing their hard earned money in this band. Start with a new vocalist first and foremost. Then, study some music theory and composition and write all new material that doesn't sound like a local band. Think about what you would wanna hear on the radio and stop just settling with a mediocre product and actually put time and work and studying into writing good material. Then, you guys can get all this money that you're begging people for.
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