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“COLD COLOURS have a variety of influences, but all these are given under the personal prism of the musicians that are members of the band. Actually it is easy to understand when a band copies and when a band plays with their soul the music they love and COLD COLOURS are a band that play with soul. I don’t know if my review will motivate you to listen to the third official release of COLD COLOURS, but I will definitely keep on listening to them since I hadn't listened to such a good U.S. power/thrash metal release in a long time…”

Behind the Veil Webzine

“Through the tenure of more than fifteen years, COLD COLOURS has been crossing between Metal subgenres, whether dark, traditional, extreme and progressive. Even though I haven’t had the chance on listening to their earlier releases, I conjured that “The Great Depression” is more than reasonable turnout of this venture’s earlier endeavours. The rhythms shifted from what was seemed to be in the veins of NEVERMORE, ICED EARTH and later PARADISE LOST to the likes of early SENTENCED, HYPOCRISY, KATATONIA and early MOONSPELL. With the mixing of those veins reached to higher levels throughout the album, those were the moments that I truly enjoyed more. I liked the means of turning pure aggression into something deeper than a murderous imagery. I believe that “The Great Depression”, with its themes, impressive sound production and direction, is the finer example of this line of music.”

Metal Temple webzine:

“eclectic and very progressive metal music. very unique and excellent!”

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