More Metal Grooves

Beta Monkey release Double Bass Mania IV: Groove Metal      07/10/09

More Metal Grooves


Beta Monkey music tell us that the fourth installment in their Double Bass Mania Series is now shipping - Double Bass Mania IV: Groove Metal. Here's what they have to say about it...
Get a two-CD set of 1100+ hard-driving, earth-shattering metal grooves, all focused in the 90-120 bpm tempo range. If you already own DBM III, then this is the logical addition - giving you all the complementary tempos for breakdowns. If you passed on DBM III because the speeds were too much, then this is the collection for double bass heaviness that grooves.
Recorded with the same power and aggression of Double Bass Mania III, Double Bass Mania IV covers power grooves at 90 bpm up through to mid-tempo metal beats at 120 bpm. Double Bass Mania IV is the real deal for flat-out power and aggression. This new collection of metal grooves is a must for all Double Bass Mania III owners as well as anyone needing heavy grooves in the vein of Pantera, Lamb of God, and Machine Head (among others).
If you're a metal guitarist, bassist, or songwriter, Double Bass Mania IV: Groove Metal is the drum sample library you need for speed and brutality.
Pricing and Availability:
$44.44 (with free shipping until Friday October 9, 2009) More information:



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