Learn how unexpected rhythmic shifts and syncopations can obscure the meter.
Use your whammy bar to “color” chord patterns and give single-note lines different and unusual textures.
Once you have this technique down, your thrash-metal rhythm-guitar chops should be up for just about anything.
Last month, I introduced the intro and primary riffs to the song “Theater of Horror,” featured the latest Revocation album, Great Is Our Sin.
Last month, I talked about the concept of incorporating odd and shifting meters, or time signatures, in the music of Revocation.
This month, I’d like to demonstrate the primary riffs in the Revocation song “Labyrinth of Eyes,” from our 2014 album, Deathless.