Sinnrs - Profound - Reviewed By All Around Metal! Monday October 12 2020, 7:25 PM
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Sinnrs - Profound - Reviewed By All Around Metal!

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The debut album by the Danish Sinnrs, a band with an almost tax code name that with "Profund" brings out an album that manages to have multiple facets within itself on the basis of a Black / Death of Central European influence - and I don't think it's a coincidence that they produced the album at Hertz Studios in Poland, also the workplace of Behemoth, Vader and Decapitated -. The duo composed of the singer / guitarist Nero and the drummer Maestus manages to combine orchestrations with the Dimmu Borgir / Fleshgod Apocalypse flavor, also passing through melodic passages that recall the Swedish Black school of Dissection and company. The merit of the Danish duo is to be able to mix these different influences very well, thanks to an extremely effective writing and arrangement work: in short, the various passages take place in a completely natural way, without a passage different from the previous one being disconnected from the context. An excellent example can be "The Storm of I", in which we can find all the elements that make up the sound of the Sinnrs, able to throw themselves on a completely different path with the 'satyriconian' Lift my Bones "immediately after. But it is still the sixth track, "No Promise to Mankind", to take over the role of highlight of the album: a song that, while not shining for innovation, turns out to be sensational in any case; the perfect business card for the Danish duo in view of works futures that hopefully will not be self-produced like this. without a passage different from the previous one being disconnected from the context. An excellent example can be "The Storm of I", in which we can find all the elements that make up the sound of the Sinnrs, able to throw themselves on a completely different path with the 'satyriconian' Lift my Bones "immediately after. But it is still the sixth track, "No Promise to Mankind", to take over the role of highlight of the album: a song that, while not shining for innovation, turns out to be sensational in any case; the perfect business card for the Danish duo in view of works futures that hopefully will not be self-produced like this. without a passage different from the previous one being disconnected from the context. An excellent example can be "The Storm of I", in which we can find all the elements that make up the sound of the Sinnrs, able to throw themselves on a completely different path with the 'satyriconian' Lift my Bones "immediately after. But it is still the sixth track, "No Promise to Mankind", to take over the role of highlight of the album: a song that, while not shining for innovation, turns out to be sensational in any case; the perfect business card for the Danish duo in view of works futures that hopefully will not be self-produced like this.
"Profund" is an album that sounds damn good, which will be able to easily reach more groups of listeners thanks to the great variety - extreme - of the proposal. Hard, fierce, sharp, at times epic, "Profund" by the Sinnrs is one of the biggest surprises of this end of 2018.

For fans of: Behemoth, Dimmu Borgir, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Carach Angren
 
Where classical and extreme metal both collide, and merge in extreme harmony; Danish duo Sinnrs exude their own form of blackened metal , a sound that proves more brutal than their name, a sound cited in their own words, as 'pure dark matter'.
 
Nero and Maestus formed Sinnrs in July 2017, and immediately started conjuring songs for their debut album ' Profound '. The 10-track release was mixed and mastered at the Hertz Studios in Poland , who have previously worked on releases from Behemoth , Vader and Decapitated .


 
Fully conceived and performed by Nero and Maestus , ' Profound ' merges the furious brutality of extreme metal with the elegance of classical and opera, giving listeners a dimensional musical experience in pure dark matter. The juxtaposition of punishing guitar riffs and relentless blastbeats with symphonic arrangements and soaring vocals is fascinating in the way it highlights the inherent differences and similarities these genres have.
 
While classical fans might balk at the savagery of Sinnrs ' sound, metal enthusiasts will enjoy getting swept up in the epicness the classical elements bring to the table. Whichever side you might fall on, ' Profound ' is an honest manifest that makes a wonderful spectacle out of a rather unlikely pairing.

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Website: https://www.sinnrs.black/
Bandcamp: https://sinnrs.bandcamp.com/
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