SOULHEALER - FINLAND




  
 
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SOULHEALER – THE KINGS OF BULLET ALLEY
The title track, minus β€˜The’, is up first and immediately offers a glam hard rock feel but this Finn quintet is not a glam band. The riffs and chorus contribute most to the aforementioned and perhaps there is a bit of Black Label Society influence in here too. The vocals of Jori Karki seem like a macho-ed up version of Ronnie Atkins (Pretty Maids). There is a sound that is reminiscent of Ratt on Wheels Of Fire and the Red Hot And Heavy reminders pop up again too. Zoned Out is straight up hard rock with Soulhealer hoping to grab a pinch or two of Dokken and Iron Maiden magic. Nightfall, more ballad-like, does a good job with more of the same without sounding too dated. Dirty Little Wars is catchy but with a boring chorus. The Die Is Cast moves into German melodic heavy metal territory. My Last Day is probably Germanized Pretty Maids and showcases double lead guitars. Nowhere Man borrows something from Cinderella. Heading For Tomorrow is speedier than the rest. Blind Faith is Ratt brought forward a couple of decades. The Real Me, the real Soulhealer?, is the mandatory ballad to close-off this 51-minute debut full length. Contact them through www.soulhealermusic.com or marjo@metalrevelation.com. – Anna Tergel




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