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"Their blend of solid low-register clean vocals and incredible guitar work was undeniably attractive, but besides, they possessed more than one dimension even in this short 30-minute set as they varied the tempo and went from breakneck speed to mellow jazz/blues centric jams. Lovers of shred guitar in Los Angeles can add Soulera to the list of must-see bands."

“Soulera is immediately compared to the grandfathers of Heavy Metal (a supreme compliment) but their original infusion of all genres allows an ebb and flow in their genius composition. Metal Load had no earthly idea what was in store when first meeting Soulera, and within seconds our jaws dropped open and remained on the ground ever since! Their virtuous & cacophonic metal pries open your imagination to allow chaos to reign and senses to collapse! Soulera causes indefinite synesthesia with their shredtastic riffs, intense melodies, and powerfully heartfelt vocals. Keep a close eye on these prodigies as the Metal scene will forever be changed!”

Elizabeth Gore - Metal Load TV

“With well placed melodies reminiscent of Dragonforce and vocals that cover many ranges, this is a band to look out for in the future. Fans of 80's rock and metal will thoroughly enjoy this band, with songs such as "Wake Up", that will bring back memories of Iron Maiden and Queensryche. With all members firing on all cylinders, and showing lots of talent and skill with solid bass lines, blast beats, soloing and vocals that switch from yells to melodic this is a can't miss band. Watch for them to take the scene by storm."”

Arm The Pit

“I booked Soulera on one of my events at Malone’s in Santa Ana, Ca., opening for the legendary Uli Jon Roth. When they first started playing you could see lots of older folks with their arms crossed and not caring. It all changed midway through their set as people from their 20s to their 50s were equally getting into what Soulera had to offer. Big things ahead for them for sure.”

Eddie - House of Metal