Breath Your Soul
Style: Heavy Stoner Rock
Release date: March 23rd 2009

This Italian band with the word-play name Allhelluja released their third album this March. From starters this talented band plays a mix of Black Sabbath, Kyuss and Entombed (the death & roll version). On this record they use the same ingredients of styles and have produced a variety of songs; sometimes heavy with aggressive vocals, then again more stoner rock with clean singing.

Besides the influences mentioned bands like Clutch and even Pantera pass by. This variety of styles combined in good songs make this band one of the better Italian talents. In their home-country they are rather well-known and with this album they will perhaps be recognized outside their home country too. Besides 11 of their own songs there are also 3 covers: "21st Century Schizoid Man", originally by King Crimson, "Into the Void" from Black Sabbath of course and finally "Profondo Rosso" from Goblin - this is the theme to Dario Argento's classis horror movie 'Deep Red'.  All three are well executed versions and especially the last one is also very original.

Stoner-rock fans who love screaming and grunting vocals, some heavier riffs and parts in their songs can seize this one.

01. Intro
02. Face to Face With the Devil
03. The Eve Of Despair

Step by Step

05. The Black Jar
06. My Medicine
07. Bloodtrip
08. 21st Century Schizoid Man
09. I Will Rise Again
10. I'm the Zero
11. Into My Head
12. The Bible Babylon
13. Into the Void
14. Profondo Rosso
Label: Scarlet Records
Provided by: BL Music
Distribution: Target (Denmark)
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: June 20th 2009