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Need - Promo 2006 - DEMO (CD)

Promo 2006 - DEMO
by Yiannis Dafopoulos at 20 March 2006, 10:00 PM

As a Greek band, Need are one of my weaknesses. I always admired Greek bands that were on the same level as other bands abroad and lack of money combined with poor production were their greatest enemies (not to mention how the fans face them…). But this time, this band is a fearless Metal machine, ready to take over the world.
Their story starts somewhere in Athens, Greece. When George Tzavaras and Chris Gialsides met Antony Hadjikostadis and George Diamantides, they decided to turn this side-project into their main band. After the recordings of Avoidinme, the band parted ways and George Tzavaras now continues Need with the current lineup, featuring members of Wheelrunner, Furor and Vulnus.
Despite their previous release (a very good Demo), this time they seem to have changed their musical direction. From Progressive Metal to more Stoner and Nu Metal forms, keeping a few of their past elements. Sometimes you can say that their sound is very close to the also Greek Wastefall as well as Psycho Choke. The tracks are very well structured and the bass is playing a very important role in this band, filling the songs with melodic scales. Great harmonies and melodic choruses make the listener put this CD in his CD player many times; catchy tunes make the difference, dude! Something that impressed me was the backing vocals. Well-worked gang vox that make you sing along. What can I say about the singer??? He's screaming his ass out! His more melodic approach of the vocals reminded me of Layne Staley from Alice In Chains. The recordings took place in Greece and they're nice indeed! Something strange for a country that never had to offer much when it came to studios. This band is talented for sure and has managed to gain a respectable level of reputation. If they keep this course, they'll find their way to a good and professional career.
Be sure to check this band out. You will certainly come across them in the future with a full-length release. I just hope they'll decide how they want to sound like. Their current genre fits them well enough. So, train your ears while I present you… Need!!!
If you want to acquire the promo, you can contact the band at

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Sea Of Lost Faces
John Vogianjis - Vocals
George Tzavaras - Guitar
Kostas Koutas - Bass
Nikonas Tzifas - Drums
Kostas Theodorou - Guitar
Record Label: Self Financed


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