Dead Soul Tribe - _Dead Soul Tribe_
(Inside Out, 2002)
by: Brian Meloon (6 out of 10)
Dead Soul Tribe is the brainchild of Devon Graves (formerly known as Buddy Lackey, ex-vocalist of Psychotic Waltz). The music is a mix of '70s and '90s rock, with a sound that isn't particularly derivative of any one band, but nonetheless sounds familiar. It has some similarities to Psychotic Waltz's later efforts, but the music is less progressive and more straightforward. Of course, it also contains one obligatory track ("Empty") with Jethro Tull-style flute. The playing is solid, but not particularly challenging. The production is clear and fits the music well. Ultimately, there was not much here to grab my attention, either in a good way or a bad way. Fans of Psychotic Waltz might find this worth picking up, but there's little else here that will appeal to metal fans.

(article published 1/9/2002)


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