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Lines in the Sand

by Immortal Soul

Immortal Soul sounds like a cross between Galactic Cowboys, Megadeth, Dream Theater & Tool. Their songs are filled with huge crunchy guitars, thrashing drums, and driving bass lines. A lean brand of progressive metal with more crunch than a bag of chips.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Hand of God
3:47 $0.99
2. Lines in the Sand
6:06 $0.99
3. Cleansed
5:44 $0.99
4. Owe My Life
3:31 $0.99
5. Slaves to the Machine
6:14 $0.99
6. Spiritual Eyes
4:23 $0.99
7. The Brutal Truth
4:11 $0.99
8. State of Mind
5:40 $0.99
9. Return to Me
4:06 $0.99
10. One Nation Under God
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11. Fatal Flaws
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12. Wake Up
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Album Notes
"A lean brand of progressive metal with more crunch than a bag of chips...a bonecrushing weight of sound." So describes the music of Jonesboro, Arkansas-based metal band Immortal Soul--made up of members Jason Goad (guitar and lead vocals), Jon Goad (drums), and Jeff Cline (bass guitar and vocals).

Immortal Soul was formed in April 1996 when Jeff, a friend of Jon's since junior high school, began playing bass with the two Goad brothers. Jason and Jon had been playing guitar and drums together since they were young kids. Cutting their teeth on popular hard rock bands of the mid to late 80's, the two had developed a taste for heavier metal and progressive rock over the years. Jeff's musical tastes had undergone a similar metamorphosis, so the combination of the three members in one band was a perfect fit.

The newly-formed power trio quickly went to work on an original brand of metal, fusing their common and individual influences into a distinct musical hybrid. The band immediately took to local and regional clubs, concert halls, community centers, and outdoor festivals--performing wherever there was an opportunity to showcase the music.

After amassing a solid collection of original songs, Immortal Soul entered the studio in June of 1997 and recorded a seven-song demo. They continued playing live shows throughout Central and Northeast Arkansas for the next several years until the band unofficially went on hiatus in 2002 to focus on their families and careers outside of the band.

Then, in mid-2004, Jason, Jon, & Jeff began writing, rehearsing, and playing live concerts again. After spending more than a year in the studio, Immortal Soul released Lines in the Sand, their first full-length album, in December 2006. "Immortal Soul sounds like a cross between Galactic Cowboys, Megadeth, Dream Theater and Tool...their songs are filled with huge crunchy guitars, thrashing drums, and driving bass lines," raved Virtuosity.

"On Lines In The Sand, Immortal Soul gives us a blend of straightforward hard rock and metal while delivering a ton of groove in the process," commented AngelicWarlord.com. "What stands out most about Immortal Soul is its ability to compose a song with a solid hook," and "...just check out the monstrous riffs – some thick as stink and others groove laden or even thrash flavored...imbue the full length of the project."

The band's name, Immortal Soul, is a reference to the members' belief in the afterlife: after the body dies, the immortal soul lives on for eternity.



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