Soulless - _Agony's Lament_
(Worldchaos Production, 2003)
by: Pedro Azevedo (6 out of 10)
Thrash metal to the bone, Soulless inject a lot of Swedish influences into their sound to produce an album that is American but doesn't sound American. Soulless are the kind of band that doesn't waste time with preludes, interludes or any such things; five seconds into the album, they've already said a lot about what's to come. All tracks hover around three to four minutes in length and share the same style: fast and furious, the rabid vocal performance matched by the busy Swedish riffing and drumming. All very metallic and energetic, but lacking individuality and real stand-out tracks. Indeed, Soulless are a very competent band in their genre, but still no match for the powerful death/thrash of bands like The Forsaken or Corporation 187. As such, _Agony's Lament_ remains an honest effort and certainly an enjoyable album in spite of the bland production, but one that offers little that's different from or better than a large number of other releases out there.

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(article published 5/13/2003)


ALBUMS
10/25/2000 A Bromley 7 Soulless - The Darkening of Days
DEMOS
2/4/2007 Q Kalis 3.5 Soulless - Summoning Heresy
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