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Category: Hard Rock
Label: E-A-R Music/Edel
Catalog Number: 0210150EMU
|6.||End of Days|
|7.||Inside the Vertigo|
|8.||When I'm Older|
|12.||Fall To Pieces|
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|From: nobycane74||Date: January 29, 2017 at 13:00|
|Being fan of JSS and some of the other projects he is involved in, his new solo band is very diverse and dark metal oriented. Being the 1st album here, there are a lot moments that he really takes the metal notion a little to far incorporating nu-metal or modern rock to his sound and songs. Which is hard to muster through if you are a fan of JSS. This new sound and band is a bad attempt and combination of Black Label Society/Nickelback/Salvia all wrapped into one. Just didn't fair to well with me personally... HIGHLIGHT TRACKS: #2,4,8,12. MY RATING: 40/100.|
|From: hair metal again||Date: September 18, 2019 at 9:44|
|pretty good release for S.O.T.O. in a new somehow direction heavier and more serious but cant get too far from the JSS territory either!the result is ok but not great with "wrath","trance" and "jealousy" being the standout songs|
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