Monday 13 August 2018

Review: Sinnrs - Profound

Sinnrs is a Danish symphonic black/death metal accompanied with various other influences. The duo, comprised of Nero and Maestus, has recently launched their debut full-length record entitled Profound.

Profound features some impressive blackened death metal riffs and brutal vocals, which manages to catch the listener’s attention from the beginning! Although the record is not the typical “raw” extreme metal, the vocals and the drums (from time to time) give us that raw atmosphere. The guitars, on the other hand, are quite brutal and show us the diverse and melodic side of the album. In this sense, the record is brutal but also melodic and catchy — courtesy of symphonic arrangements. I am sure that the listeners will want to hear the record again and again to hear a certain guitar riff, vocal parts or the crushing drums.

A highlight is in the atmospheric elements; this aspect made the record much more fascinating and even a bit diverse in my opinion. I even thought to myself that the band could have gone a bit further with the atmospheric approach by using more orchestral elements.

Profound marks the great start for the band. I am looking forward to what Sinnrs will come up with in the future. Make sure to get the album from Spotify or iTunes, and follow Sinnrs on Facebook.

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