SadDolls – Grave Party Review

SadDolls Grave PartyThe pleasure of discovering a stunning band is always a nice feeling, so if you haven’t checked out SadDolls yet then now is your chance because they’ve crafted an absolutely excellent album in the form of Grave Party.

Although the introduction doesn’t really add much to the album as a whole, following track Lady Cry ups the ante in every way possible and if you’re looking for an earworm of a track that will surely be rattling round your head for days on end with horrifically catchy riffs and a vocal section begging to be sung along to, then this is it.

Of course, Lady Cry isn’t the only track destined to make a good impression because Grave Party is an album chock-full of quality tunes and particular highlights are the heavier number Terminate Me which has an impressive vocal performance from frontman George, and the insanely catchy The Last Valentine, featuring a mindblowingly catchy repeating melody that certainly makes the best impression possible.

SadDolls have truly delivered with this album and Grave Party is an album that will surely be making waves in the industrial/alternative scene for a long time to come. Absolutely excellent stuff.

9/10

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Soundscape's editor, who is particularly fond of doom, black metal and folk (but will give anything a chance). Likes to travel to see bands abroad when she can. Contact: nathumphries@soundscapemagazine.com or @acidnat on twitter.

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