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Length: 5.00 secs | Sample Rate: 44100 | 16 bit | Size 875k
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Class: Loud

Added: 2008-03-10

Rating: 4.88 Votes:85

»Author: Mac | Search by Mac
»License: Freeware | Read Guidelines
»Description: This riff is based off of Mastodon's "Blood and Thunder", except done in standard tuning. Free to use for whatever you want, but I wouldn't mind seeing how you use this loop.


  • great stuff

    Posted by Steven Anderson on 02/09/2014 12:38am

    just want to say i think this Riff is great. i have been using it for the intro for my podcast i hope that's OK. if you have any problems just email me and i will take it down thanks allot

  • Great riff!

    Posted by marcosomag on 08/23/2012 02:22am

    Awesome for my podcast!

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