Burn Halo – Wolves Of War
Burn Halo’s heavy rock and metal sound is very reminiscent of the days when metalcore music was well known, but “Wolves Of War” is definitely bringing back something refreshing after the post-metalcore era.
This 11-tracker is heavy, groove driven, harmony driven, yet carry’s distinctive seriousness about the band’s sincere attitude about life, in general. The songs on this album can be heard on Hard rock radio stations, college radio as well as local clubs catering to heavy music.
Burn Halo is not afraid to be themselves, and it shows in the way they execute their brand of heavy rock, which is loaded with tons of emotions. They may not be the most unique band in the world, but they definitely bring fresh lyrical themes and experiences to the table. It’s good to hear a band of such caliber not to be intimidated by what the listeners and the music press alike will think. They’ve an attitude that’s infectious yet thought provoking to the point of making you think for yourself.
“Wolves Of War” is not about creating instant rock stars over night, fame or fortune, it’s about having your own identity and sticking to what you believe in.
These guys should appeal to fans of Avenged Sevenfold, Diecast, Crossfade and Killswitch Engaged.
Burn Halo’s music is not going to appeal to all fans of heavy metal and heavy rock, but it’s sure to garner fans at some commercial heavy rock radio stations and college radio formats and online hard rock music sites. Eone Entertainment Sarjoo Devani