‘A Silent Soul Screams Loud’ is the final chapter of Pyogenesis’ trilogy that began in 2015 with ‘A Century In the Curse of Time’. Two years later “A Kingdom to Disappear’ picked it up where part 1 ended and now it’s up to the new longplayer to finish off the story.
As the prvious parts also the new longplayer addresses changes in society during the 19th century. The thematic spectra is quite wide, covering everything from Napoleon to Frankenstein and everything in between. The main chapter of ‘A Silent Soul Screams Loud’ is the closer. ‘The Capital (A Silent Soul Screams Loud)’ is a 14 minutes epos about Karl Marx and ‘The Capital’.
From a musical perspective the bandwidth of sounds isn’t as big as the lyrical concept. Pyogenesis sticks to their formula of Alternative Metal. Sometimes, like in the title track, riffs get heavier but the melodic aspect of Pyogenesis’ music never comes up short. A certain catchiness can’t be denied, a factor that helps the band to reach a wider target group than the current fanbase. The melodic aspect is also an important part of ‘Mother Bohemia’, especially reflected by the ‘ahahaha’-sing-a-long parts. In general the song’s a more straight-forward one with a merciless pushing beat that drives the uptempo stunner.
Solid, that’s the best description of ‘A Silent Soul Screams Loud’. Pyogenesis got back to work with this trilogy and fans will like it.
- Survival of the Fittest
- Mother Bohemia
- I Can’t Breathe (Prologue)
- I Can’t Breathe (Monologue)
- High Old Times
- Modern Prometheus (feat. Chris Harms)
- Will I Evver Feel the Same
- The Capital (A Silent Soul Screams Loud)
Label: AFM records
Genre: Alternative Metal
Release Date EU: January 24th, 2020