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All of Our Sons The Betrayed Life Available now Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

All of Our Sons

The Betrayed Life

Available now

Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

 

All of Our Sons is:

Martin Alowersson: vocalist

John Wallroth: guitarist

Fredrik Ånebrink: guitarist

Mattias Stenbäck: drummer

 Andreas Risberg: bassist

All of Our Sons formed in 2013 and hail from Sweden and through their hard work they performed at the Emergenza Festival and earned 3rd place in the Gothenburg region for 2018. With two EPs under their belts, ‘The Betrayed Life’ and ‘Sinking Yet Rising,’ they are currently working on a full length album for 2019, which we can't wait to review. For the time being I took a listen to The Betrayed Life and was duly impressed with it.

When an album hits you good, I think of a tornado and how it churns everything up from the ground, and within its swirling chaos it drives the debris inside up and down until in its finality, the destruction is all that is left in its wake. ‘The Betrayed Life’ is the perfect analogy to that visual. It is packed with cultured, high quality, driving heavy metal. From the hints of hardcore evident in “From the Ashes” to the absolute beastly drumming on “Ends Right Here” this album is a monster. The vocals are superlative and the guitars scream with harmonic bliss and lace melody with aggression. I can't wait to hear what All of Our Sons have for the future. 

https://m.facebook.com/allofoursons/

https://open.spotify.com/album/20IoTKSX1s7qaLajYWkJ2F?si=T3TR6ywyTdics0pBTAEPqQ

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwXgaw79hslWguNE1P3ImuA

https://soundcloud.com/all-of-our-sons

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