Secret South - _Pieces of Faith_
by: Pedro Azevedo (2 out of 5)
From Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) comes this demo CD, and you will occasionally find traces of ethnic influences in a couple of places during _Pieces of Faith_. The music of Secret South is somewhere between metal and hardcore, though the occasional chants and other ethnic touches give it some more individuality. Technically things are on the average side for a demo, and the same goes for the production. The vocals, however, could have been better: although they aren't terrible, they lack some more expression and power. The songs themselves are neither bad nor very engaging. Secret South manage some competent chunky riffs, but nothing remarkable or very original. An average demo from a band that still needs to continue looking for an identity more their own while they hone their songwriting skills.

Contact: Gordan Stojic, Petra Kresimira IV. br. 3,

(article published 3/7/2002)

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