Capsula- "In the Land of Silver Souls" Review
Dylan Shanahan
dshan230@uwsp.edu





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CAPSULA - IN THE LAND OF SILVER SOULS
CD/VINYL/DIGITAL
BCORE DISC, 2011.

If you dig music that makes you want to jump, skip, hop, or rock the f*#@ out, Capsula is right up your alley. Pulling from multiple genres, it combines an array of styles, giving it quite an original feel.
 
From their new album “In the Land of Silver Souls,” you immediately pick up an ancient punk/rock style that has awakened a very original take on upbeat rock. Accompanied by superfluous blues riffs, it takes off in a way that makes you double take. There are definitely hints of pop, which are done well if not great—it leaves you wondering what era you’re in.
 
The emotion delivered on this album is a great change of pace as well. These guys did a fantastic job of injecting the passion in between the notes. I really do enjoy the performance-based music style, and if all the electronic wubwubs are getting you down, Capsula’s the cure.