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Rise To Fall - Restore The Balance

Rise To Fall
Restore The Balance
by Yiannis Dafopoulos at 14 March 2010, 1:03 PM

Formed in 2006, the Spanish act recorded its debut album "Restore The Balance" in 2008. Soon after that, the band caught the attention of DISARMONIA MUNDI's Ettore Rigotti, who is also the man behind Coroner Records. He took care of the post-production of the album, dressed it in a brand new cover artwork and released it through his label. He must have seen something in them…


Well he might have actually seen something, since this Spanish quintet impressed me with its solid modern melodic Death Metal. Their music is not in any way different from most of such bands out there, but what is intriguing is that they have managed to produce 11 (ok, 10 and an intro) songs that sound tight as fuck, have catchy melodic choruses and really good riffing. The sound is also crystal clear and heavy as it should be. Dalay is also an extra for the band since he can handle brutal and clean vocals with ease, as he proves with his performance in this album.


As I said above, nothing that will shake your foundation but surely a decent melodic Death Metal release that will please fans of acts like SOILWORK, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, SCAR SYMMETRY etc.

3 Star Rating

Tracklist:
  1. Redrum
  2. Unknown Presence
  3. Inner Scream
  4. Rise From Drama
  5. Prophet Of Doom
  6. Infected Wounds
  7. Forbidden Lullaby
  8. When The Instinct…
  9. …Kills The Reason
  10. My Sombre Prospect
  11. Chasing Infinity
Lineup:
Dalay Tarda - Vocals
Hugo Markaida - Guitar
Javier Martin - Guitar
Inigo Lopez - Bass
Xabier Del Val "Txamo" - Drums
Record Label: Coroner Records
     


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Edited 07 June 2020
 

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