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New Release:

Soulline are proud to present their new album, Screaming Eyes, released March 11th, 2022, via Massacre Records.

 

SOULLINE - Dragonfly (Official Video)

 

SOULLINE - Against Myself (Official Video)

 
About:
The new album, unlike its predecessor, is about hope and rebirth. In Screaming Eyes the eyes are the soul’s mirror and, the metal soul of this record screams strongly for a revenge from life. The life of an ordinary human being who had a dark period, a veil of shadow on his existence that he has now accepted, understood and against which he fights deciding to get up again.
 
In fact, the album begins with Your Death (Is My Life), in which the killing of the voracious worm within oneself takes place in order to live again. It's an opening song that kicks the past and shows the will to fight.
 
The previous two singles Dragonfly and Against Myself respectively illustrate how the protagonist is driven to take all the strength he has to get back up and take advantage of his new life, and how easy it is to fall back into the abyss with a second that is enough to erase all efforts.
 
Lore, guitarist of the band, says:
"At the beginning of 2020 I was unmotivated, my fixed thought was to break up the band. To stop our story with one last tour and write the word 'end' during the last concert that would crown our 20th anniversary. During the first lockdown though, I started writing new songs and when I played the demos to the guys, I saw a light in their eyes that I hadn't seen in a long time. Our hearts went back to screaming all at once! A year later we signed a contract with Massacre Records and recorded a new album, Screaming Eyes, life never ceases to surprise you!"
 
Ghebro, vocalist, adds:
"For the first time we let about thirty fans listen to the entire album in preview and asked them to vote on what their three favorite songs were. We didn't expect the results that came out but we decided to trust them and turn the choices into the singles that anticipated the album release. We are very happy with the response we are getting."
 
Screaming Eyes represents the journey of all the people who are tired of suffering and being sick, who decide to fight back and start living again by finding the right balance within themselves.
For the first time, each member of the band has laid bare thanks to the art of metal by writing at least one song about a particularly difficult moment of his life that needed to be faced, processed and overcome.
 
The band's drummer Matt states:
"Screaming Eyes is a powerful record that has given us a lot of energy over the past few months in the recording process. We can't wait to be able to play it live!".
Miles, bassist, adds: "I'm really proud to be a part of this awesomeness!".
The cover of "Say Just Words" of Paradise Lost, 25 years after its release, also fits perfectly in a speech about courage and the ability to understand human being and bring him to the right path, even if sometimes the efforts are in vain.
 
Tracklist for Screaming Eyes:
01. Your Death (Is My Life)
02. Screaming Eyes
03. Salvation Inside
04. Dragonfly
05. Against Myself
06. Say Just Words (Paradise Lost cover)
07. The Child I Was
08. Stay With You
09. Keep My Last Song
10. The Curse (bonus track)
11. Truth Will Out (bonus track)
 
Album credits:
Recorded at Beyond Studio in Sementina, Switzerland.
Drums recorded by Edo Sala.
Marco's solos recorded at DynArt Recording Studio by Luca Princiotta.
Mixed and mastered by V.O. Pulver at the Little Creek Studio.
Copyright Soulline & Massacre Records.
 
Soulline has been active in the Swiss metal scene since 2001, cementing their status as live band (200+ gigs) with major impact on their audience. The music they propose is melodic death metal with some hardcore influences and they have published 5 albums. They played Wacken Open Air 2018 alongside names like Iron Maiden and Nightwish. From that moment, they started their touring experience with artists like Vader, Rotting Christ, Pro-Pain, Sepultura, Six Feet Under and Moonspell, as well as opening several acts.

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