Thursday, July 23, 2009

"Soarce Mother Earth" by The Soarce (Hard Rock Artist from Texas(TX))

Hailing from Texas, The Soarce's stellar debut album, titled "Soarce Mother Earth," taps into the vein of late 60s or early 70s classic & progressive hard rock, as promulgated by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Jethro Tull, Cream, & Led Zeppelin with the kind of polish & precision that separates the contenders from the pretenders. With blazing, shock-and-awe guitar skills, propulsive and climactic percussion runs, and inflamed, Jim Morrison-like vocal howls capable of raising the dead, The Soarce displays a mastery of their craft befitting their influences. Containing just 4 songs, but over twenty minutes in length, "Soarce Mother Earth" never lets up its sonic charge, closing out with a 7+ minute Hendrix-worthy opus ("Evening Sun") that's redolent with the master's flair for phrasing, tone, and sheer technique. The insatiable appetite for passionate Zeppelin-influenced hard rock is fulfilled by the kind of dramatics & nuance that The Soarce brings to the music scene with "Soarce Mother Earth," and fans of hard rock will definitely enjoy this album.

-Rice B. and the Reviewer Team
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