Reversion - Saros - Acrid Plains
Label: Profound Lore Records - PFL-042 • Format: CD Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Thrash, Black Metal, Death Metal
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Type: Full-length Release date: February 17th, Catalog ID: PFL Label: Profound Lore Records Format: CD Reviews: 1 review (avg. 85%).
SAROS – Acrid Plains Profound Lore Records» Store» Profound Lore Releases (COMPACT DISC)» SAROS - Acrid Plains With the rise of new Bay Area talent continuing to loom, progressive metal act SAROS have been recognized (by audiences and peers alike) over the last while as one of the best new acts that the Bay Area has spawned.
Saros' Journey Across The Acrid Plains. - 85% Perplexed_Sjel, November 17th, I often find myself in a confused state and is it any wonder when I cannot read even the simplest things like genre descriptions? Upon hearing Saros, I remember believing this was going to be an all-out black metal affair with little left to the imagination.
Formed in the Winter of , Saros is a strong force within the Bay Area Metal scene having gained notoriety for their distinct sound and live delivery. Forging together elements of death, thrash, doom and black metal with a strong melodic sensibility rooted in metal classics such as Sabbath or Maiden, the Saros sound reflects the diversity of the band itself and the different voices that shape it.
Mar 18, · Comprised of seven tracks over 52 minutes, Acrid Plains might seem tedious on paper, but the band never meanders, and nowhere does this become more evident than on the and-a-half-minute .
Well, the songs could be a little more distinct, although they’re all excellent, particularly the gentle crescendo of Reversion and the twelve-minute finale of The Sky Will End Soon. Saros ’ debut is ultimately a mixture of Black, Prog and Death that touches upon genius more than a few times, that will appeal to many, and shows yet again the superiority of Profound Lore’s roster.