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JET TRAIL Edge Of Existence Escape Music (2007)

Swedish female fronted hard rock meets metal band who have produced a solid debut album. Vocalist Carolina Lindwall can certainly belt out the songs none more so than on 'War Zone’, a very heavy number or 'Holy Ground’, another riff heavy song. But she really comes into her own more on the mellower refrains of 'Snowbirds’, a lovely tune and vocal.

The one problem with this album is it is possibly too heavy for your fans of say Heart or Robin Beck but lacks the deep instrumentation of the heavier bands like Epica, whose fans I am sure would like the guitars (guitarist Jon Stavert keeps the riffs coming and the solos to a minimum) and vocals but hanker after more backing arrangements and pomp.

A solid debut album and I am sure on the next album the band will explore more musical avenues and I for one hope they go down a lighter route as the mellower moments really highlight the vocal talents of Carolina Lindwall.


Review by Jason Ritchie

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** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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