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Soul Theory

Moses Lake, Washington, United States | SELF

Moses Lake, Washington, United States | SELF
Band Alternative Classic Rock


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The Things We Lost In The Fire
Co-Produced with Larry Crane @ Jackpot Studios
Mastered by Garrett Haines @ Treelady Studios



"Aggressively smooth, fervently soulful, and truthfully somber" are the words that best describe the music of Soul Theory.

Soul Theory takes this transcendent musical experience where few in the industry has dared to go, at least not in recent history.

Vocalist Mike Morse fronts the group and really make the band what it is. Mike Morse channels the greats in his soaring almost over the edge style. Though it's hard to put your finger on at times, the influence of Zeppelin, The Doors, Eddie Vedder and even Don McLean takes this band from really good to effin' great.

Standing only slightly behind to the left of Mike is his twin brother and partner in crime, James Morse. James is the glue that holds this ship together. His guitar work takes you on a journey up the stairway down to the levy and all along the watchtower.

Standing stage right is lead guitarist Kristof Cooley, a shy and humble kid from Southern California,tears your heart out with his melodic mastery. If James takes you on a journey, Kristof makes it worth the ride.

Pinning the group to the stage with stone solid bass work is veteran musician James Whitmer. Whitmer has been involved every thing from punk to country music and blends so well with the group that there are times you forget that he is there.

Rounding out the group is Drummer Justin Lay. Lay's technique is inventive and fresh without being overly complicated.

Soul Theory just finished "The Things We Lost in the Fire" at Jackpot studios in Portland, Oregon with the legendary producer Larry Crane. The album was mastered by Garrett Haines of Tree Lady Studios in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.

"The Things We Lost in the Fire" is chock full of relevant aching anthems. Combining the taste of classic rock roots with a modern Alternative twist, Soul Theory succesfully summons forth a sense of modern nostalgia.

- James David Wagner
Ugly Rhino Press Northwest