Wintereich - Immortal Souls Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Death Metal / Artist: Immortal Souls / Import / Audio CD released at Facedown / Disc #1 ... more
Wintereich - Immortal Souls ... Tracklisting
1 Chapter I - The Awakening: Nightfrost
2 Chapter I - The Awakening: Feareaper
3 Chapter I - The Awakening: Frozen Inside
4 Chapter II - Reflections of Doom: Icon of Ice
5 Chapter II - Reflections of Doom: Color of My Sky
6 Chapter II - Reflections of Doom: Constant
7 Chapter III - The Shadow of the Valley of Death: Idlestate
8 Chapter III - The Shadow of the Valley of Death: Heart of Cold
9 Chapter IV - The Passage: Winter of My Discontent
10 Chapter IV - The Passage: Black Water
11 Chapter IV - The Passage: Wintereich
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by - written on 29/07/08 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Immortal Souls play a recognisably Finnish strand of melodic death metal, their emphasis on melodic lead guitars from E. Särkioja and Pete Loisa smacking of Children of Bodom, though if anything sounding even happier. Mostly avoiding the genre's more recent disintegration into metalcore (only 'Color of My Sky' comes close in its breakdown-style riffs), this is nevertheless quite an old and tired sound that loses its appeal after the first few tracks. The melodic lead melodies and classic heavy metal style solos are the main appeal here, to the point that the verse and bridge sections actually seem to intrude between them, and while the guitar playing itself is ... Read the complete review
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