Warblade - _A Crisis in the Grey Space_
(Oak Knoll, 2003)
by: Adrian Magers (8.5 out of 10)
Warblade fucking rules. Obviously there's more to be said about this absolutely stellar melodic death metal act, and personally I could go blue in the face praising them and the raging slab of music featured on their first full-length release _A Crisis in the Grey Space_. But let's face it: that's the bottom line. Roughly they sound similar to a combination of Shadows Fall and At the Gates, but there are a lot of other influences mixed in there as well, and it'd be unfair to try to pigeonhole the band by comparing them to a meeting between any two bands. In their bio Warblade list Iron Maiden, Dark Tranquillity, Vesperian Sorrow, Old Man's Child, Dimmu Borgir, and Children of Bodom as influences. If this sounds even remotely interesting, then do yourself the service of checking this band out. Warblade unquestionably have the potential to take a seat as top players in the U.S. metal scene and I'm ecstatic that I received the honor of hearing these guys on their last demo (_Release the Angel of Death_). So go check them out now, so you can say you were there from the very beginning. You can thank me later.

Contact: http://warblade.oak-knoll.com

(article published 31/8/2003)

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