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Eric Morris

- US Fort Worth, TX Metal / Progressive Metal / Progressive Rock


Sounds Like: Dream Theater, Iron Maiden, RUSH, Dokken, Steve Vai

Label: 3NM, 3rd Nipple Music

Manager: Eric Morris / Neal Visher

Bio: Eric Morris has been recording music for over 28 years. His music has progressed through a series of styles, ranging from hard rock, through grunge, alternative, and more recently progressive rock and metal. Most of the pieces you can hear here on reverb are scratch pad versions and pieces of son... See Full Bio

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  • Jimmy Byrd (Artist) Jimmy Byrd
    Awesome playing Eric! Good luck with all your endevers! I'm still singing and writing hopefully things catch a float soon. Rock on brother!!!
  • Overnight Collides (Artist) Overnight Collides
    Awesome tune's! Luv the energy! Check us out sometime. We'd luv to hear from ya :) - Overnight Collides
  • Amanda Cooksey (Artist) Amanda Cooksey
    Argos-nice rock sound.
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    Are you on Twitter? Follow us, we follow back! twitter.com/wonderlandmetal
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    Space Pirate Christmas in July! We're giving out free downloads of our X-Mas EP this month - check it out and let us know what you think! www.wonderlandsyndrome.net
  • Ashton Haze (Artist) Ashton Haze
    Icecrown - Nice riffs and brilliant heavy edge. You totally rock man. Cool hardcore. Cheers man.
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Q: Hi Eric first I want to say I am very impressed with your playing aswell as your producing skills. Your tracks sound so smooth and every instrument has its place. Do you pan the guitars or the drums?
A: Hello and thank you! Yes I do pan the drums and guitars. On most of these tracks, you will notice that I have often panned the guitars "hard" left - right. But I have recently started to pan them less as hard. The reason I love panning them is because I like playing guitar parts that are a bit different from eachother. I like to hear the "play" between the two guitars.

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