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PASTORE

The End Of Our Flames

(Inner Wound Recordings)

Reviewed by : Kelley Simms
Rating : 7.0

Brazilian heavy metal band PASTORE is the brainchild and namesake of vocalist Mario Pastore. On its sophomore release, The End of Our Flames, the band plays straight forward metal with thrash tendencies which also verges on U.S. power metal from bands such as QUEENSRŸCHE, METAL CHURCH, AGENT STEEL and ICED EARTH. The multi-ranged vocalist can morph into many different pitches and tones at a moments notice. Throughout the album he pulls off powerful falsettos á la Painkiller-era Rob Halford, high-pitched wails of Bruce Dickinson, crooning Matt Barlow growls and the mid-range bellows of Ronny Munroe. There’s some nice chugging riffs and melodic guitar harmonies, but not enough memorable songs. The 11 tracks just seem to come and go without any lasting impression. That’s not to say there’s nothing good about The End of Our Flames, but perhaps Pastore needs to go back to the drawing board and tighten up his song structures and songwriting skills for the next album. Along with the new SOULSPELL release and the ANGRA double compilation CD, Pastore and his Brazilian counterparts are slowly staking their claim within the power metal heap.



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