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A LULLABY FOR THE DEVIL

DeadSoul Tribe

 

Experimental/Post Metal

3.75 | 118 ratings

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KeepItDark
4 stars "A Lullaby For The Devil" is Deadsoul Tribe's fifth album but my first purchase of their work although I had heard the excellent "Some things you can't return" (from their second album A Murder Of Crows) on an InsideOut sampler disk.

"A Lullaby For The Devil" is very impressive covering a number of music styles but generally on the heavier side of Prog. All the tracks are excellent with the opening track Pschosphere more metal in style.

Devon Graves undertakes most of the instrumentation (guitars, bass, keyboards, flute) ably assisted by drummer Adel Moustafa. The stand out features are the quality of the lyrics, Devon Graves' voice and the use of Tull-style flute which adds an extra dimension to the instrumentation. The tracks have good arrangements with quite a bit of complexity under what seems a relatively simple structure.

An excellent addition to any prog rock music collection. 4 stars.

KeepItDark | 4/5 |

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