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Soldiers of Solace We are Immortal Rock N’ Growl Records Release: Album review

We are Immortal

Rock N’ Growl Records

Release:  January 26th, 2018

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio


I will forever be endeared to the New England rock and metal scene, especially the tristate area of Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts, and not just because it's my home but because the men and women who bring us the music from this area are of a certain character and charm. Our local musicians are hard working, charismatic, dedicated and most of all humble and thankful to their fans. The men of Soldiers of Solace, originating from Connecticut, are some of the nicest musicians who are loyal to their fans as much as we are to them but let it be known, they pack an immense badass sound.


So after months of patiently waiting I have the absolute honor of reviewing their new release We Are Immortal and this is metal at its finest pinnacle.  To begin with, the sound and production are phenomenal and honestly capture what you hear if you see them live.


Listen to the shredding of Jeffy Fahy and Luis Cubille and the massive bass riffs of Ron Therrien on the tracks “We Are Immortal” and “Dear John.”  Jason Longo’s heartfelt soul-filled vocals are emotionally poignant on the ballad “Hannah," a wrenching song of a father's loss of his daughter. And then he switches his vocals to its heavy gritty beauty on “Walk Tall.”  “Freedom's Children" captures the mammoth drumming of Francesco Daniele and is ferociously catching. Overall the release is enthralling and ambitious and I admire how in so short a time Soldiers of Solace had an epic vision and never lost their human factor.


I can do no other honor and respect than to invite you to see them live.  Although it is hard to make headway in the metal world, these guys are doing it right.






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