REVIEW
HERETIC SOUL - Life Becomes Our Grave
Released: 2007 | Label: Self financed | Rating: 6/10 | Reviewer: PSL | Provided by: Heretic Soul



01. As We Rot [intro]
02. 21 Grams
03. Life Becomes Our Grave
04. No Apocalypse
05. Sick Malice
06. Faceless

Istanbul, Turkey based Heretic Soul practice some groove-laden death metal. The Turks seem inspired by a variety of different styles and bands, but in spite of this the trio doesn't really explore any new territory. However don't let this fool you as the band do manage to combine their many influences into a heavy and quite catchy blend. The music has the right amount of variation for the songs to be interesting. The music is not over the top complex, but it does cover quite a wide spectrum.

Here's everything from blastbeats to slow and heavy mosh parts. It's obvious that the trio know how to create music without just coming off as another clone. The meaty and full sound gives the music that extra punch it needs to sound both tight and forceful. There's no doubt that the three Turks have the ideas. If they are able to continue as showed on Life Becomes Our Grave then they are a band to look out for.





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