Sathya - _Sathya_
(Independent, 2002)
by: Adrian Bromley (7.5 out of 10)
I like the spirit of this band. Regardless of their obvious worship of the melodic death metal a la Gothenburg, Sweden (In Flames sounds, fast-paced guitar riffs, menacing yet melodic vocals), the band still kicks things into gears, adjusting their melodic metal drive just a bit to add their own character to the flow of the music. Tight and truly effective metal offerings like "Top Gun", the dynamic rush of "Cauldron of Sin" and "Dethroned" shine here on this ten-song offering. And I must admit, while the production at times falters (it just sounds a little muddy), this band could not have asked for a better production to help enhance their vicious, as well as slowed down, metal attacks. With the right word of mouth and some high-profile shows under their belt, Sathya could soon be in the spotlight of label interest. Good luck, my metal brothers.

Contact: http://www.sathyametal.com

(article published 3/7/2002)


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