Saturday, August 3, 2013

Soul Cages "Moon"

Country: Germany
Sub GenreProgressive Metal
Release dateAugust, 2013
1. Always Meet Twice (5:24)
2. Darkness (4:20)
3. The Moon (7:54)
4. The Curse (4:16)
5. Tomorrow (4:48)
6. Waiting (6:35)
7. Beautiful (5:14)
8. Point One (Instrumental) (4:32)

Jörg Nitschke - Drums
Knut Nitschke - Guitars
Thorsten Staroske - Vocals (lead), Guitars, Keyboards
Beate Kuhbier - Keyboards, Vocals (backing)
Jörg Bode - Bass

The Soul Cages music is enigmatic, adventurous, deep, melancholic and so emotional. The band's big goal is to express feelings through their songs. You may expect by a typical Prog band to focus on the presence of their technical and performing abilities -each member on each instrument- but this is not the case for Soul Cages. Soul Cages are using their technical performing abilities as tools to focus on the center of each and every emotion that could be generated through music. Yes they are using adventurous song structures, yes they are choosing some complex ways to express their blessed melodies, yes they would generate a big surprise to each and every listener that would listen their new songs, especially for the very first time, BUT the final result on each and every song included in this album is so warm, is so earthly, is so emotional and so inspired that you would catch yourself whispering again and again: "it is only music that matters". So what? You still have not got the point? Through their Progressive ways the Cages are generating music FROM the heart and FOR the heart. Like the good old days when Prog Rock and Prog Metal were setting our emotions afire. 
Read the full review at forgotten-scroll.net


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