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The Brimstone Gate Tabs (ver.1)

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The Brimstone Gate Tabs (ver.1)

Naglfar
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                                       The Brimstone Gate

                            Naglfar

 normal tuning
   
   intro   gtr1-top gtr2-bottom
 |----|--------------------|------------------------|-----------
 |----|--------------------|------------------------|-----------
 |----|--------------------|------------------------|9999-9999--
 |----|--------------------|------------------------|-----------
 |----|--------------------|------------------------|-----------
 |-12\|-0000-0000-0000-0000|-0000-0000-0000-0000----|-----------
 |    |                    |                        |
 |----|--------------------|------------------------|-----------
 |----|--------------------|------------------------|-----------
 |----|--------------------|------------------------|9999-9999--
 |----|--------------------|------------------------|-----------
 |----|--------------------|-7777-7777-7777-7777----|-----------
 |-12\|-0000-0000-0000-0000|------------------------|-----------

 ---------|-------------------|
 ---------|-------------------|
 9999-9999|-9999-9999---------|
 ---------|-----------9999-9\-|
 ---------|-------------------|
          |                   |                                
 ---------|-------------------|
 ---------|-------------------|
 9999-9999|-9999-9999---------|
 ---------|-----------9999-9\-|
 ---------|----------------9\-|
 ---------|----------------7\-|
 ---------|-------------------|
  A)--killer f**king main riff
 |-------------------|------------------|
 |-------------------|------------------|
 |-------------------|------------------|
 |7/99-9999-9999-9999|9\55-555-5\44-477-|
 |5/77-7777-7777-7777|7\33-333-3\22-255-|
 |--00-0000-0000-0000|0\----------------|

 for riff B, I am not going to put the exact # of
 times each note is played; this might throw you off if 
 I put what sounds to me like 4 notes but you thought it was 3,
 or whatever.
 For example, in riff A you might hear  -999-999-
                                        -777-777- etc.
                                        -000-000-
 but if you listen closely the chord is played 4 times for
 every beat, and when 2 guitars are harmonizing with
 a lot of distortion it can be hard to tell how many times
 a note is being played...am I making sense?  I don't want
 to f**k you up, I'll just let you figure it out for yourself. 
 The whole song is based around a simple triplet rhythm, I
 don't know if that helps...

                                               
  (B)                   (end riff B)
 |------------|--|----------|------|   
 |------------|--|----------|------|
 |------------|--|----------|------|    gtrs 1 & 2
 |------------|--|----------|------|
 |------------|--|----------|------|
 |-0----------|10|7--7-8-10-|8-10--|
 |                  
 |------------|--|----------|------|
 |------------|--|----------|------|    gtr 3
 |------------|--|----------|------|
 |------------|7-|4--4-5-7--|5-7-7\|
 |---10-9-10-9|--|----------|------|
 |-7----------|--|----------|------|

 |-----------------------------|
 |-----------------------------|  gtr2 doesn't palm mute this
 |-------------------------7\--|
 |-2-222-222-222-----------7\--|
 |-2-222-222-222-333-333-5-----|
 |---000-000-000-000-000-0-----|
     ... ... ... ... ...
  (C)
 |----------------------|  
 |----------------------|  E5 and C5 chords played
 |----------------------|  under this riff.
 |----5---45---54-------|  
 |--3---3----5------57--|
 |0---------------7-----|

  (D) killer chorus riff-I'm positive this one's all trem
      picked
 |-----------------------|
 |-----------------------|
 |---------------7-------|
 |-------------9---9-7---|
 |-7-10-9-10-7-----------|
 |-----------------------|
 |                       |
 |-----------------------|
 |-----------------------|
 |-----------------------|
 |-----------------------|
 |-7----5------5---------|
 |--------8--------------|

 (E)
 |--------------------------|
 |--------------------------|
 |--------------------------|
 |5-4-9-7-5-xx-7-5-4---9\---|
 |3-2-7-5-3-xx-5-3-2-2------|
 |-------------------0------|

 (F) not really. It's just riff D 2 frets higher.
 Then play riff A 2 frets higher minus the open E...
 I have no idea how they make those relatively high pitched
 power chords sound so f**king heavy.  There's not much
 complicated technique or any lead to speak of on this song...
 yet it still kicks ass.
                           /\ slide
                           .  palm mute
            
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