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Rude - Soul Recall

Soul Recall
by Marcos "Big Daddy" Garcia at 06 July 2014, 1:02 PM

OK, I understand this is a tendency many want to do what was done in the past. I accept it as a search for essence of Metal from the 80’s and 90’s, but I can understand the need of many bands to what was already done several times, and in some cases, way better. In the case of USA based band RUDE, their first album, “Soul Recall” is a fine example of how not to do a work.

Please, understand: DEATH is already dead (sorry for the unexpected joke. I didn’t’ mean that), AUTOPSY already exists, so we don’t need a new one of them. Of course RUDE shows that they can be a better band in the future, but by now, is just a clone of both of these bands.

The sound production is raw, maybe trying to sound something like “Severed Survival” or “Left Hand Path”, but both albums had reasons for being that way and on that time. Their music really could be better with a good production.

But the band is not only making mistakes, for “In Thy Name”, the insane “Memorial”, and “Conjuring the Fates” shows some elements that really are a very good band, with some good moments. Unfortunately, it’s not enough to build a good album.

Guys, I want to hear more of you in the future, but try to spit out what is hidden in your hearts. I believe that is a fine and strong way of music lies inside of you, so hope a great future.

3 Star Rating

1. Haunted
2. In Thy Name
3. Memorial
4. Soul Recall
5. Forsaker
6. Conjuring of Fates
7. Last of Us
8. Internal Ascension
Yusef Wallace – Vocals, Guitars
David Rodriguez – Guitars
Jason Gluck – Bass
Antonio Lopez – Drums
Record Label: F.D.A Rekotz


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