Warrior Soul
Destroy the War Machine
Style: Heavy Metal
Release date: March 19th 2010

I think my last encounter with Warrior Soul was on vinyl - their second album "Drugs, God and the New Republic". So when the opportunity presented itself to review this album I accepted.

Kory Clark has always been an outspoken and radical figure in metal, and I remember thinking that the statements became more important than the music, and that was the main reason why I lost interest in them. The other thing that bugged me was the punk influences, which I sadly discovered is still a part of their sound.

This is in some way still all about attitude and criticism towards society, while they present themselves a lot more straight forward musically leaving almost no room for melodies and catchiness. 36 minutes of straight forward rock 'n' roll with an attitude, never leaving a lasting impression on me, but I am sure hard-core Warrior Soul fans will like it anyway...


01. Pigs
02. The Fourth Reich
03. Motor City
04. Don't Believe

Burning Bridges
06. Bad News (Rock'N'Roll Boyfriend)
07. She's Glaswegian
08. Knocking 'Em Down (In the City)

Label: Silversonic
Distribution: A:larm (Denmark)
Reviewed by: Kenn Jensen
Date: May 15th 2010
Website: Warrior Soul @ MySpace