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Discussion in 'Eden's Fall - Reviews' started by Eden's Fall, May 5, 2006.

  1. Eden's Fall

    Eden's Fall METAL

    Dec 9, 2005
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    Here is a rough translation from a German review from:

    The Chicago-based four piece Eden's Fall release a well-made, traditional oldschool Thrash Metal-debut. Starting with name-dropping: Dan Swäno mixed, James Murphy remastered. But enough with big names, Eden's Fall are able to stand on their own feet. Testament, Death Angel, Exodus and Forbidden seem to be the biggest idols of the young band and that's why it isn't a huge surprise that their mighty riffpower can easily compete against the big one's. Also, singer John Barr convinced me with his powerfull organ which meanders between melody and deep growls. This does not happen with all Thrash-bands nowadays. There are even some shouted refrains - just the way Thrash should sound like!
    Furthermore, the guitar work is great, too: Not only the beforementioned powerriffs are cool, also some harmony-parts are used to brighten up the variety of the songwriting.

    No playing tipps from myself, just take a look at their website and check out the mp3s!
    There's also a cool shirt/CD-package available!

    (c) 2006, Michael Kohsiek (

    Eden's Fall: Harmony Of Lies
    Ein schön oldschooliges, traditionelles Thrash Metal-Debüt veröffentlichten die Tage das Chicagoer Four Piece Eden's Fall. Zunächst mal zum Namedropping: Gemixt wurde "Harmony Of Lies" von Dan Swäno, gemastered hat James Murphy. Doch genug der großen Namen, Eden's Fall können nämlich auch alleine bestehen. Testament, Death Angel, Exodus und Forbidden scheinen die Vorbilder der jungen Bande zu sein, und so überrascht es wenig, dass die Riffpower durchaus mit den großen Idolen mithalten kann. Auch Sänger John Barr überzeugt mit seinem kraftvollen Organ, mit dem er sowohl vor Melodien als auch vor tiefen Growls nicht zurückschreckt. Hat man ja bei Thrashbands auch nicht immer. Natürlich gibt es auch ein paar geshoutete Refrains - eben so, wie es sein soll. Sehr gelungen ist weiterhin die Gitarrenarbeit, die neben den erwähnten Powerriffs auch den ein oder anderen Harmony-Lead-Part einstreut, was der Abwechslung natürlich gut tut.

    Anspieltipps möchte ich hier keine geben, sondern auf die mp3-Section auf der bandeigenen Homepage hinweisen: Dort findet ihr auch eine Kontaktadresse und gar ein lohnendes T-Shirt/CD-Package.
  2. Danimal

    Danimal Inner Beast

    Apr 29, 2005
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    :p :lol: HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! :loco: :heh:

    Dude... I nearly pissed my pants when I read that!!!! Gotta love the use of English as a second language... Sometimes the translations are down right hilarious! :kickass:

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