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Ghosts On Pegasus Bridge - The Darkest Shore
Released March 2009
Published by Rock3
30-03-2009
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Ghosts On Pegasus Bridge - The Darkest Shore

Ghosts on Pegasus Bridge call themselves an Epic Core band, playing heavy melodic screamo style metal but layer over the top distinctive chorus driven vocals of emo style outpourings., and it works very well, add in the fact that the guys can write interesting music with tuneful vocals and these guys have something.

Opening the mini album of six tracks on their new record label is 'For I Never left (always yours)' and what an excellent track, with tight angled riffs and explosive drumming while Nic smooths over the angles with his rounded vocals the other band members provide additional vocals to place emphasis where required, great passion in all areas and a suitable opener that will win the listener over.

The second track 'Towers' continues the same treatment with hardly a pause and keeps your heart pumping at heightened levels. 'Dear Alisyia, We're On Hollow Ground' changes the beats but retains the squirting angled guitars while pumping up the sentiments. 'This Is Crisis' changes tact and gives a harder edge supplemented with contrasting softer tones. The penultimate song 'Anchors' is about the lyrics and is given due credence by the band to drive home the sentiment. the final track is also the longest at nearly six minutes, GOPB give it the respect required by putting everything into it, 'All Creation Wept' with the story of despair and reclamation.

So GOPB are able to use diverse subjects to project strong emotions ably supported on powerful melodic music and the fact they are working hard at gigging to get their music out there. The Darkest Shore is a brilliant introduction to Ghosts of Pegasus Bridge and long may they prosper.

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