When your boss asks you if you want to review the new Soulfly album, of course, you come out from under your rock and do it!
this is definitely the fastest paced, most intense album I’ve heard by the band so far…
One of my most anticipated things about Tiara was getting to hear how Tommy Karevik would sound back with Seventh Wonder, after spending three albums with Kamelot…
If you go in expecting to hear “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)” or even “Oh Sherrie” this is not the album for you.
This theme of cinematic score meets metal continues throughout the album. With little Horror Easter eggs laid out throughout each track, (even Jaws at one point, I’ll let you figure out where it is) The album itself definitely has a pedigree in modern day metal.
See the show, buy the album, see the show again and again and again… It’s where rock and roll dreams come true!
This release is as close as you are going to get to The Satanist and could even be argued better ! We didn’t think it would be possible to top but this is a strong candidate for our favourite album of the year.
If this album isn’t at the top or at least in many Top 5 of the year lists I will be shocked. In a year of some standout releases, Groundbreaker with their s/t debut is pulling no punches and hopefully giving the fans of melodic rock not just another one off project..
An instant rock classic. Released by: Earache Records Release Date: 5th of October 2018 Genre: Rock, Alternative Rock, New Wave of Classic Rock Links: http://thosedamncrows.com Line Up: Shane Greenhall – Vocals Ian ‘Shiner’ Thomas – Guitar Ronnie Huxford – Drums Lloyd Wood – Bass David Winchurch – Guitar Tracklist: 1. Don’t Give a Damn 2. […]
The most enjoyable aspect is that vocalist Phily Byrne is the clear standout, including a number of falsetto screams, showing his recovery from vocal surgery in 2012 is now fully complete.