It’s hard for me to find new music that I actually like, but these guys here are onto something. Guitar driven, sounds both new and familiar. They’ve hit it out of the park. Keep up the good work!
Favorite track: Living Light.
SHE ONCE KEPT HER SECRET HIDDEN
POISONED BY HER INNER STRIFE
BEHOLD THE WORDS SHE HAS WRITTEN
AND REALIZE WE COULD HAVE SAVED HER LIFE
HEAR HER VOICE AND LIVE AGAIN
RISEN FROM THE DEAD
FEEL HER VOICE, ITS ENERGY WILL SPREAD
UNDERSTAND THE THINGS SHE SAID
HEAR HER VOICE
FIND THE KEY IN THIS CONFESSION
HER SOUL STILL RESONATES WITHIN
SEEK THE ANSWER IN EXPRESSION
TRANSFORMATION WILL BEGIN
Flashback to 2017: Spirit Adrift dropped its 2nd LP ‘Curse Of Conception’ via 20 Buck Spin, a huge step forward following the debut, landing at #2 in Decibel Magazine’s best albums of the year and carving out a sound now patently its own. Lazily labelled Doom by some, the band is in fact the true representation of what modern Heavy Metal should be, a direct descendent of the widely-appealing arena-filling superstars of the ‘80s and ‘90s without a whiff of anachronistic cosplay fantasies.
Spirit Adrift’s third album ‘Divided By Darkness’ delivers on the promise first revealed on ‘Curse Of Conception’ and then advances far beyond it in every way achieving a timeless album for the ages. First single ‘Hear Her’ pummels with the concise urgency and unforgettable chorus of a vital radio hit while ‘Angel & Abyss’ has the classic progression that leads from reflective ballad to rapturous anthemic triumph. The continued evolution of Nathan Garrett as a top vocal talent in modern Heavy Metal shines through amidst the masterful musicianship and huge production value engineered by Sanford Parker.
Among the many stylistic divergences within rock and metal, Spirit Adrift’s ‘Divided By Darkness’ understands that there is no substitute for huge ambition, soul-bearing lyricism and most importantly the ability of a pristinely penned riff and impassioned chorus to alter hearts and minds. Astonishingly ‘Divided By Darkness’ is Spirit Adrift’s heaviest and most accessible album to date and will stand as the apex of Heavy Metal songcraft in 2019.