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DEAD SOUL TRIBE

DeadSoul Tribe

 

Experimental/Post Metal

3.30 | 70 ratings

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perrymadison
4 stars This is Great stuff, sounds like Tool meets Jethro Tull if you can believe that. The guitar riffs are often Toolish, and the precussion is definitely Tool-Sounding. I had read that the name Deadsoul Tribe was to somewhat descibe the drums as were to be indian-african tribe-like. The vocals are solid but not spectacular, certainly not detracting. He tries to sound a bit like Maynard James Keenan at times, but really can't pull it off. The writing is much like the artwork and band name, dark, morose, and that said quite good, I'm still taking in the lyrics and the meaning of all the songs. I read that Devon Graves was a fan of MJK and Jethro Tull so it makes sense. Where the album really shines is when the flute is incorporated into the songs, wow, nice... I own all three DST albums and so far I like "MURDER OF CROWS" best, but I'd rate all of them at 4-5 stars if you are a fan of Prog metal, especially TOOL. The DST albums are influnced for sure but I don't think they sound like a TOOL ripoff or a ripoff of anyone at all. If you can buy all three at once and save time. I've let several people listen to these cd's... a progressive metal fan, a Goth- Industrial fan, and some TOOL fans, all them were very happy with the DST albums, and wanted more.
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