SINNRS (Denmark) - Detrahamus - Reviewed by the Coroner's Report! Thursday May 12 2022, 10:30 AM
SINNRS (Denmark) - Detrahamus - Reviewed by the Coroner's Report!

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Detrahamus is an EP where nothing is repeated. Every dark foreboding moment is delivered with intent and vehemence.  Sinnrs deliver their Black metal intoned with death metal and flourishes of orchestration that is not for the meek or unworthy. 

Incredibly strong and tough Sinnrs are able to mix the mid-tempo with the blistering fast, it is memorable, melodic and the female vocals and symphonic sections add to the pathos that  does not distract.  ‘’Last Song of Earth’’ and ‘’ Ultima Dis’’ are true highlights dynamic, darkened glorious moments of vitriol and torment tempered by some excellent musicianship, the softer moments offer no respite from the intensity. ‘’ Agnus Dei’’ pours on the anger with the slow tempo pummelation. It is glorious, deliberate and supremely heavy, the choir subtle, the kick drums not so as its inevitable march to the “lamb of god’’.  “Honor What Comes Next’ highlight’s the death metal along with the full orchestra a track so intense it reminds you of Morbid Angels best moments.

Detrahamus is such supremely talented EP that merges the classical with the brutal. A must listen for those who love modern extreme uncompromising music. Highly recommended.

Release Date: June 16, 2022

FFO: Behemoth, Dimmu Borgir, Satyricon 

Location: Denmark

Conceived by members Nero and Maestus in 2017, Sinnrs first launched onto the extreme-metal scene with the release of their debut album 'Profound' in 2019, a merging of furious brutality and extreme metal, with the elegance of classical and opera, giving listeners a dimensional musical experience in pure dark matter, and the works of their second album DETRAHAMUS, are equally as profound. 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, their music is an honest manifest that makes a wonderful spectacle out of a rather unlikely pairing.

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