Scars of Solitude – If These Walls Could Talk Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising melodic metal band, SCARS OF SOLITUDE, from Finland. We have reviewed their powerful song, IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

Scars of Solitude is a promising melancholic melodic metal band I discovered two months ago with their latest song If These Walls Could Talk, released as a single in 2020. For those who haven’t heard about the band before, Scars of Solitude has started their careers with a single called; Drown in 2017. Since then, the band released six more singles, Enemy (2017), Relapse (2019), Empty Canvas (2019), Drown (2020), Live to Regret (2020), and If These Walls Could Talk (2020). Now, please give the song a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Scars of Solitude is an important name that I had the chance to listen to only a few months ago with their latest impressive song. My first impression of them was quite positive, as you also understand. First of all, the level of professionalism in their build/composition, the overall feeling, and the production value of the song were their stronger sides, which immediately made a big impact and caught my full attention.

If These Walls Could Talk is a successful piece of work with an irresistible dark, moody atmosphere, powerful dynamics, and the necessary amount of metal elements in general. Their fundamentals have reminded me of some other great Scandinavian metal bands such as Katatonia and Dark Tranquillity. These Finnish gentlemen have added their own flavor and already started evolving their own musical character. This song might not be the big step forward in the band’s career, and I can understand that. Yet, it musically and technically deserves appreciation and respect.


Technically, If These Walls Could Talk sounds perfect in every way to me. When I read about the band before writing my article – as I always do – I found out that the song was produced by Scars of Solitude themselves and mastered by the legendary Jens Bogren. They haven’t specifically mentioned the mixing, yet I think they have done it themselves along with the whole post-production process. Undoubtedly, this is a huge advantage for bands like them who has the freedom and the ability to achieve whatever they have imagined in their minds in terms of sound and get it into the tape.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am very positive about Scars of Solitude. They already have the necessary professionalism along with the musical and the technical qualities to become another big name from their native countries. If These Walls Could Talk is strongly recommended to those who love Scandinavian dark and melancholic metal!


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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates SCARS OF SOLITUDE for their great job in IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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