Deadsoul Tribe - The January Tree


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Release date: 2004
Style: Progressive metal

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01. Spiders And Flies
02. Sirens
03. The Love Of Hate
04. Why?
05. The Coldest Days Of Winter
06. Wings Of Faith
07. Toy Rockets
08. Waiting For The Answer
09. Just Like A Timepiece
10. Lady Of Rain

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Additional info
Line-up on the album:
Devon Graves - Vocals, Electric and Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Flute, Keyboards
Adel Moustafa - Drums

Produced by Devon Graves
Recorded & Mixed by Devon Graves
Recorded at Dead Soul Temple, Ossarn, Austria
Mastered by Markus Teske at Bazement Studios

Art Direction - Devon Graves
Cover Photography & Layout - Travis Smith
Band Photography - Frank Seifert

Staff review by
Ivor
Rating:
9.0
Devon Graves is back again with his progressive metal outfit Deadsoul Tribe. The former vocalist of Psychotic Waltz, back then going under the name of Buddy Lackey, brings out the third album, "The January Tree", and proving that with time he gets only better and better… like a wine.

Low bass… with drums joining a moment later and heavy and angry guitars coming in another moment later. So starts the first track of the album "Spiders and Flies", a very worthy beginning. Listening to it you can quite easily get the impression what is Deadsoul Tribe and what music it makes. If I mention word prog, most of the people will think of virtuoso sound of Dream Theater, other's out of personal classification will think of Opeth… and quite many people will simply say "not again this overplayed genre".

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published 25.09.2004 | Comments (2)

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17.02.2013 - 19:08
Rating: 7
Góral
Combo Breaker
Pretty good progreesive relaxation.
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21.03.2014 - 10:17
Rating: 7
Dr. Strawberry
Their best album !
Their only album I didn't press stop button when it's playing halfway.
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22.03.2014 - 23:42
Rating: 8
fandango68
Written by Dr. Strawberry on 21.03.2014 at 10:17

Their best album !
Their only album I didn't press stop button when it's playing halfway.


A Murder of Crows was his best, followed by tJT...

but then I've never been tempted to hit the stop button during one of his albums...
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First gig was Manowar (loincloths 'n' all), Bristol Colston Hall in March 1983, on the 'Hail to England' tour. Tickets were £3.75, 300 in the audience, Mercyful Fate never showed, but my hearing still got seriously trashed..
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23.03.2014 - 06:03
Rating: 7
Dr. Strawberry
Written by fandango68 on 22.03.2014 at 23:42

Written by Dr. Strawberry on 21.03.2014 at 10:17

Their best album !
Their only album I didn't press stop button when it's playing halfway.


A Murder of Crows was his best, followed by tJT...

but then I've never been tempted to hit the stop button during one of his albums...

Really ?
Then I have to try listening A Murder of Crows again, may be I overlooked.
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23.03.2014 - 10:30
Rating: 8
fandango68
Written by Dr. Strawberry on 23.03.2014 at 06:03

Really ?
Then I have to try listening A Murder of Crows again, may be I overlooked.


yes, I'd say so, and the good people of metal storm seem to agree (albeit slightly)... I think it's just a slightly more even album, no low points and it was where in my humble opinion, he straddled that post/prog metal divide most successfully..
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First gig was Manowar (loincloths 'n' all), Bristol Colston Hall in March 1983, on the 'Hail to England' tour. Tickets were £3.75, 300 in the audience, Mercyful Fate never showed, but my hearing still got seriously trashed..
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