SadDolls are a band from Greece that plays a mixture of darkwave and gothic metal and this is a review of their 2014 album "Grave party" which will be released by Inverse Records.
A very dark and electronic sound starts off the album along with spoken word samples before adding in more industrial elements and after the intro the music starts adding in more metal and rock influences along with some melodic gothic vocals which also get more aggressive in certain sections of the recording.
On the other tracks the band starts bring in more EBM elements along with some 80's darkwave and mixing them in with a more heavy metal/rock sound and the band also b rings in a mixture of clean, symphonic and heavy parts and the bass guitars also bring a very powerful sound to the album and as time goes on by there is a brief use of female vocals being utilized on a couple of the tracks.
SadDolls has a very diverse sound that is heavy enough for the metal crowd, has all of the electronic music elements that would appeal to fans of industrial, goth and darkwave and is perfectly suited fro mainstream rock stations, the production is very professional sounding and the lyrics cover dark, metaphysical and depressing themes.
In my opinion SadDolls are a very great sounding mixture of darkwave, gothic, ebm and metal and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Lady Cry" Suicide Girl" "Angles Make Love" and "On The Road 66". 8 out of 10.
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