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Rosslyn Soul In Sanctuary Sliptrick Records September 4, 2018

Rosslyn

Soul In Sanctuary

Sliptrick Records

September 4, 2018

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

 Rosslyn are:
Borja Callejas Sánchez-Vizcaíno (Vocals)

Jorge Martínez Martín (Guitar)

Tomás Menéndez Conca (Guitar)

José Luís Lorente Remacha (Bass)

Mikel Insausti Ferrando (Drums)

 

Delivering in the vein of traditional heavy metal is Spanish group Rosslyn with their first full-length album entitled Soul In Sanctuary available now via Sliptrick Records. The album was recorded, mixed and mastered in Estudios Inguz (Zaragoza). As described in the promotional package: “Two prevailing themes stand out in the lyrics. Medieval plots (stories of kings, conflict, knights and the clergy), and the literary (plots taken from authors such as Edward Gorey, or George R.R. Martin).” Sounds up my alley so I gave it a whirl and behold, I was smitten.

 

“Legacy of the Battler” captured my attention immediately with its classic traditional metal style in the vein of Judas Priest mixed with the storytelling skills akin to Sabaton. Not just that aspect but we have some crazy nebulous riffs to boot. The opening fretwork on “The Chapel” lends the way to the classic beauty of metal's gates fueled up with pirate-like vocals. Beautiful introductory guitar work leads into the bard's tale of “The Pilgrim's Progress.”

 

Overall a delicious work with wailing guitars and tales to tell that open the doors of the imagination where knights fought battles and kings envisioned power over the papacy.

 

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https://sliptrickrecords.com/rosslyn/

https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCOM66twusE_VcuPJk16wXtA

 

Check out the song “The Insect God”:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJruFAZz_hU

 

 

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