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Review: Souls Demise - Angels of Darkness
Souls Demise
www.soulsdemise.com
Angels of Darkness

Label: Independent
Year released: 2003
Duration: 19:31
Tracks: 4
Genre: Heavy/Thrash

Rating: 4/5

Review online: September 20, 2003
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
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Yet another band I discovered thanks to the Classic Metal Festival. Souls Demise played a pretty good set at the festival and I was looking forward to hearing their 4-song MCD.. And it's no deception (other than the short length, but I'll live... :)) The band plays what could be interpreted as "modern heavy metal" - quite rooted in the 80s but with a more contemporary approach, throwing in more heaviness and aggression - these guys found a way to mix both eras without screwing it up (not all who have attempted this can say that), and the result is quite pleasing to the ears. A more to the point description would be a mix of heavy and Thrash. The vocal style is more apparented to Thrash than to the more melodic metal genres, the vocalist using quite a harsh style that may turn off some fans of over-polished metal, but should pass very well with those who know something good when they hear it. ;) Precise, heavy, aggressive and in-your-face metal is what Souls Demise is all about. This is the kind of band I'd like to see pushed by metal labels nowadays.

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