End of One - _No Souls Saved_
by: Alain M. Gaudrault (not rated)
I got this demo pretty much hot off the press, if I'm to believe the liner notes which indicate the demo being recorded in late January 1996. Well executed and reasonably well put together, _No Souls Saved_ features six tracks of solid death metal with the occasional speed metal break interspersed. The vocals are nothing special, sticking to death growls throughout, but I found the guitar sound kept me listening. In fact, the clean, crisp distortion gives it a more European flavour, even though the band hails from New York State. The odd low tempo grooves, the occasional blasts of speed, and the consistently churning riffs make this a cool listen. It seems generic the first few times you listen to it, but I suspect that both the production and the unspectacular death vocals can be blamed. I'd be curious to check out future material of theirs. Death metal fans will surely find something of interest in End of One.

Contact: END OF ONE, 3 Malmros Terrace

(article published 14/3/1996)

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