Sinnrs - "Profound" - Reviewed By Necromance Magazine! Wednesday February 3 2021, 10:51 PM
Sinnrs - "Profound" - Reviewed By Necromance Magazine!

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Although this album was released digitally in July 2018 and was later released by the Italian label Extreme Metal Music (ADE, MAJESTY OF SILENCE, ASHEN HORDE ...) in April of the following year, it is now when it is certainly having a bit more impact and diffusion.

And the truth is that deservedly, because his work is interesting. SINNRS , is a duo from Denmark and “Profound” is their debut album (I think I am not wrong in stating that they have no previous minor edition), which contains ten songs of a symphonic, dark and aggressive black / death.

The songs, of generous length, start with the intro “Nihil”, gloomy and gloomy where they exist (try to listen to it with the light off and you will see!), Which is followed by “To Derive Eden's Flame”, with the double bass drum Drums at full speed, it's quite atmospheric in its first half and more direct and wild in the second. Agree that they do not invent anything with their proposal (they probably do not intend it either) but taking into account that they are released with this material, it may be a group with projection, not being able to say the same about their image (hoods and arms exposed). Anyway, they continue with "The Storm of I", with cold and freezing keyboards and good melodies (it seems incredible that they have remade it several times as they themselves claim), which appear everywhere during these more than forty-five minutes. In its middle part, there are some ups and downs but tracks like “It Calls Me” or especially its final stretch with “Watch Her Soul Burn” or “Commemorate None” are remarkable. Nor is it all reduced to the classic guitar / drums / bass vocals, you can also listen to pianos or even trombones, very integrated into their formula.

The band was formed in 2017, with its only two current members, who go by the names of Nero (guitars, bass and vocals) and Maestus (drums). Recorded, mixed and mastered in the Hertz studios in Bialystok (Poland), where bands such as VADER, DEAD INFECTION, BEHEMOTH have recorded their work ... without a doubt it is synonymous with quality and here it is proven. The cover is the work of Mordiggian-Art (KHAOSPATH, TIKNAZIRIN, VERDOEMD…) from Hungary.

Think of a mix between the aforementioned BEHEMOTH (from its intermediate period to the present), the orchestral elements of some EMPEROR and / or SEPTIC FLESH, FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE ... And if they are to your taste, you will find a good piece of music suitable for your ears . 7/10 - Necromance

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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