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Forum, London 11 November 2009
rockers Soil were at the top of their game just eight years ago with the
breakthrough CD 'Scars' with the help of the massive smash of 'Halo', but
their career took a nose dive after the departure of Ryan McCombs who
later on went to stick his neck out by fronting Drowning Pool.
AJ Cavalier former singer of Diesel Machine, who has brought the oil
from that band to fuel up Soil to rise from the undergrowth once again
with their new release 'Picture Perfect'.
Shinedown, Soil come on stage by being greeted as if they were the
headliners, opening up in an explosive fashion with 'Give It Up', in a
true self way the Forum duly obliged, with raised arms going all the way
to the back.
was in a commanding position standing out front barking his orders to the
crowd. The rest of the forty minute set was split between 'Scars'
and the new release 'Picture Perfect' with the new tracks blending in well
with the classics of old.
Down' gave the cranium a good bashing and new tracks 'Surrounded' and
'Like It Is' kept the blood rushing to my head.
'Halo' the guitar riffs kept pumping over our heads. It was a
picture perfect performance. The band were top soil tonight, who
must have had made it difficult for headliners Shinedown.
destroyed tonight and hope they do a headlining tour sometime soon.
Set list : Give It Up / Lesser Man / Unreal / Picture Perfect / Breaking
Me Down / Surrounded / Like it is / Halo
Review by Mark
Photos by Noel
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