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Artist: Dead Soul Tribe

Title: Dead Soul Tribe

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 2002

Label: Inside Out

Catalog Number: 095

Personnel

Devon Graves vocals, guitars
Volker Wilschko guitars
Roland Ivenz bass
Adel Moustafa drums

Tracks

1.  Powertrip  3:28
2.  Comin' Down  5:22
3.  Anybody There?  1:18
4.  The Haunted  4:52
5.  The Drowning Machine  3:09
6.  You  3:59
7.  Under The Weight Of My Stone  1:42
8.  Once  4:50
9.  One Bullet  5:01
10.  Empty  1:02
11.  Cry For Tomorrow  4:10
12.  Into.... bonus track  1:26
13.  Into The Spiral Cathedral bonus track  4:44
  
Total Running Time:  45:03

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rycheage Date: January 28, 2004 at 17:46
Atmospheric keys and flute, lead into lyrical symphonic prog metal passage. Sinewy guitar lines curl and twist, playing against rich piano-like notes. It rather textured and deep, more so than the near-nu-metal bands they'll get compared to. This is another one of those albums that reveals more of itself the more you listen. There's a lot going on beneath the surface. It's an album well worth exploring.

From: Hrudet Date: February 7, 2004 at 19:43
Dead Soul Tribe’s brand of melodic metal may not appeal to all of you, but for those of you leaning towards the heavier end of things then you should check this one out. It’s very similar to some of the stuff by A Perfect Circle and the stuff from Tool’s last album, the excellent ‘Lateralus’.

From: Dean Date: September 5, 2004 at 23:01
Devon Graves is more well known by his former pen name of Buddy Lackey(of Psychotic Waltz) and this is immediatley apparent once the vocals kick in. Very dark and moody but i don't really see too much of the A Perfect Circle comparision probably because I'm so much of a PW fan. Not for immediate consumption but well worth consuming.


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