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Wastefall

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3.43 | 18 ratings | 4 reviews | 22% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Soulrain (2:55)
2. Stunned To The World (5:06)
3. Empty Haven (7:19)
4. Lullaby For The Gods (6:40)
5. Lesser (6:46)
6. Live With It (5:28)
7. Summerlonging Angels (4:55)
8. Self-Extinction Project (5:13)
9. Riot Of Oblivion (10:34)
10. 21 (5:03)
11. *Fountains Of Fire (5:56)
12. *Numb Lake (5:16)

Total Time 71:11

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Line-up / Musicians

- Domenik Papaemmanouil / lead vocals, guitars
- Alex Katsiyannis / guitars, vocals
- Christos Kyrkilis / keyboards
- Matthew Dakoutros / violin
- Nick Valentzis / bass guitar
- Kostis Papaleksopoulos / drums

Releases information

Released by SleazyRider Records in 2004 with 2 bonus tracks notes with * in track listing

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WASTEFALL Soulrain 21 ratings distribution


3.43
(18 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(22%)
22%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(39%)
39%
Good, but non-essential (33%)
33%
Collectors/fans only (0%)
0%
Poor. Only for completionists (6%)
6%

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Review by Man Overboard
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4 stars Wastefall's sophomore album, "Soulrain 21", is given in tribute to the 21 who died in a terrible accident around the time they decided to record another album. The depth and emotion of this is quite apparent in the music, which suggests a meeting of the power and emotion of PAIN OF SALVATION and the melodic sense of ENCHANT.

The styles range electric all over the album, with the most common thread being powerful, heavy guitar riffs with intricate work from the rhythm section and lovely counterpoint from the keyboards, lead guitar, and violin. There are a few departures from this, such as the notable track Lullaby For The Gods, which starts with an orchestral overture remniscent of Nubuo Uematso and fades into chanting, electronic rhythm, and one of the most insightful spoken-word sections I've heard.

Frankly, anyone who likes their music heavy, intelligent, melodic, and progressive owe themselves a listen. Standout tracks:

Empty Haven Lullaby For The Gods Riot Of Oblivion 21

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Posted Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Review by Gatot
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3 stars Raw, complex and metal!

Another prog met again? Why not! Couple of reasons why people, especially the young generation, like metal-related music or they call it progressive metal style. First, the music contains complexity, heavy riffing and harmonies. Second, some people like it because of its energy, power and speed. Whatever the reason is, this progressive metal genre has become a recent trend. Me too . I like it also. In fact, even in this sub genre, I can find different kind of music styles from Fates Warning with its floating style, Dream Theater with its speed and complexity, Pain of Salvation with its hip-hop as well as floating style, Shadow Gallery which a bit of following the Dream Theater's stream - all of them I enjoy. So, I don't see the reason for not liking this sub genre.

The album lifts off with an instrumental with a bit of raw composition "Soulrain" (2:55) followed with "Stunned To The World" (5:06) which demonstrates raw guitar sounds and riffs. I can confirm that the singing style of the lead singer is similar (sometimes) with Daniel Gildenlow of Pain of Salvation. The music style is not similar as wastefall's music is raw (by design, I believe) especially in guitar mixing. "Empty Haven" (7:19) is a song with many tempo changes and relatively fast tempo." Lullaby For The Gods" (6:40) starts off with an ambient keyboard work followed with mellow music style. I like "Live With It" (5:28) because it has good melody and heavy guitar riffs and raw mixing. "Summerlonging Angels" (4:55) provides nice acoustic guitar work in fills and rhythm style. This song is similar to Dream Theater in style. The epic "Riot Of Oblivion (10:34) is a nice composition blending the heavy parts and a bit of symphonic style at background. I agree that "21" (5:03) is similar with Pain of Salvation with repect to, especially, singing style.

Peace on earth and mercy mild - GW

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3 stars Wastefall is a very interesting band in my opinion. What often bothers me with smaller, pretty unkown bands, is that the singer very often is to poor to make it worth listening (actually i belive this is a common problem for all progressive music.) Well... Wastefall does not have this problem. D ... (read more)

Report this review (#187424) | Posted by Arnold | Thursday, October 30, 2008 | Review Permanlink

3 stars We are in Greece. It's a lovely afternoon (13 April 2003) and a school bus is returning from a school trip. Inside the bus there are 49 students from 16 to 18 years old. It's around 19:20 when a truck hits in the side of the bus. The result was having 21 kids dead and 9 people injured. It was ... (read more)

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