ARTIST:

DEADSOUL TRIBE

(UNITED STATES)
TITLE:

A LULLABY FOR THE DEVIL

(2007)
LABEL:

INSIDEOUT MUSIC

GENRE:

PROGRESSIVE METAL

TAGS:
Hovering, Opera-Rock
""A Lullaby For The Devil" turns out to be a perfectly balanced album, juggling between Metal tracks with dark atmospheres and other more progressive tracks."
EL_BIA (08.10.2007)  
5/5
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A new Deadsoul Tribe album is always an event. We know that we will find this dark progressive Metal, this so particular vocals, these bass/drums arrangements with an extremely heavy and serious content, these saturated guitars which make the listener vibrate on riffs as enjoyable as obvious and this tenderness which mixes with a certain dose of aggressiveness... "A Lullaby For The Devil" is indeed that... But not only... 

We find well the unique voice of Devon Graves and the perfectly found musical arrangements that lead us into a unique atmosphere... Everything seems to have been meticulously calculated so that the listener escapes from this reality that surrounds him, to project him into a demonic lullaby, tinged with melancholy and hope.

Let's take for example "Goodbye City Life", music whose first guitar chords reinforced by an orchestra of incomparable power and aggressiveness suddenly fall on some piano chords doubled by an enchanting guitar, and relayed by the superb voice of Devon Graves. All this without mentioning the monumental break where drum rolls give the rhythm to a magnificent flute line! "A Lullaby For The Devil" also offers us the privilege of tasting an instrumental music whose originality is matched only by its superb quality, notably with "The Gosamer Strand", one of the most subtle tracks of Deadsoul Tribe, a perfect alliance between the softness of a flute, the power of Progressive Metal, and the inventiveness of Progressive Rock... 

"A Lullaby For The Devil" turns out to be a perfectly balanced album, juggling between Metal tracks with dark atmospheres and other more progressive tracks. Is it necessary now to specify that you have to throw yourself with your eyes closed on this musical marvel, as new as it is indispensable?


More informations on http://www.deadsoultribe.com





TRACK LISTING:
01. Psychosphere
02. Goodbye City Life
03. Here Come The Pigs
04. Lost In You
05. A Stairway To Nowhere
06. The Gossamer Strand (instrumental)
07. Any Sign At All
08. Fear
09. Further Down
10. A Lullaby For The Devil

LINEUP:
Adel Moustafa: Batterie
Devon Graves: Chant / Guitares / Flûte
Roland Ivenz: Basse
Rollz Kerschbaumer: Guitares
   
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