Every Living Soul – Anonymous Album Review

Today we are featuring another promising alt-rock band; EVERY LIVING SOUL, from the USA. We have reviewed their latest album; ANONYMOUS, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

EVERY LIVING SOUL is a promising atmospheric pop-rock band I have discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about 2 months ago with three songs; STATIC, FOREVER IS OVER, and POISON off from their latest release; ANONYMOUS, which was released in 2020. The band is actually making official releases since 2010. They have released; Every Living Soul in 2010, Any Questions in 2013, Live on the Sunset Strip in 2014, No Answers in 2017 and finally Anonymous in 2020. Big respect for everything they have done so far, they surely have an incredible discography and for seeing they are still continuing their professional musical careers. Please give it a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Every Living Soul is for me much more than just a pop rock or a rock band. They have a promising and delicious blend of a few different musical styles such as classic rock, hard rock, pop rock, metal and electronic music elements. After listening to the full album a few times before writing my article, I can easily say that they are great at what they do. Although they have some similarities with many names like Katy Perry (especially with their vocalist’s singing style, vocal mix and voice), Avril Lavigne and many alternative rock bands from the 90s, they don’t copy any of them. What I loved the most about their music was hearing the 90s nostalgic vibes from their music. Like I have mentioned above, they have a quite delicious blend and I am sure so many of Metalhead Community’s readers have started listening to metal by discovering bands like The Cardigans, Cranberries, Depeche Mode, U2 and many more. This music genre was having their golden days from the ’90s until ’00s. Nowadays, it is very rare that you can come up with a band/artist who is showing potential and originality in this specific music style such as Every Living Soul.

Almost all the songs have easy listening structure, mostly focusing on the overall atmosphere and addictive melodies. The vocalist is incredibly successful and has a huge credit on this successful outcome in my opinion. As you might also remember from some of my previous articles that there are so many bands with a female vocalist lately and almost 99.9% of them sound the same. This is the problem of our nowadays’ artists. In this case, Every Living Soul is making a big difference. Their overall musicality is promising enough to make to every radio station and tv channel. They have immediately earned my respect with their discography, experience and approach to making music and these were the reasons I wanted to bring them to Metalhead Community readerships’ attention.

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Technically, Anonymous has top-class standards in every way. Just like their assuring blend of different music styles, the technical side of music also carries the same understanding. They have brilliantly mixed the ’90s alternative rock vibes with some rock, metal, atmospheric, and electronic elements and came up with their original niche here. The overall atmosphere is so strong it is impossible to resist this beautiful music and switch off the real world for some time. Moreover, I really believe that some of these songs (for instance; Hope) could make a perfect soundtrack for a tv series or a movie.

On the other hand, I really liked the approach of their producer just like I have mentioned before. He has done an incredible job and has huge credit on this marvelous outcome as well. The musicianships, instrumentation, creative ideas and post-production are the pillars of Every Living Soul’s success and I can easily say that I am quite fascinated by my discovery.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am super impressed by EVERY LIVING SOUL. Anonymous is a brilliant album that can make to every playlist on their specific genre. Like I said earlier, they are a respected band who are showing great potential at what they do! And this album is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED for those who love ’90s Alternative Rock vibes!

Please go ahead and check out the links below if you’d like to find out more about the artist/band, follow them on social media and subscribe to their channels to show your support and also not to miss any upcoming releases.

Every Living Soul – Anonymous Album Review | Metalhead Community | Heavy Metal Blog | Metal Music Magazine
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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates EVERY LIVING SOUL for their promising album; ANONYMOUS and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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