Title: The Everlorn
Release date: 26 June 2020
Format reviewed: Digital Download
On my daily search for new music, I found SINIRA… A one-man band from Nacogdoches, Texas, USA, and what a discover…
What first caught my attention was the name of the band, and from what I research it means That SINIRA invokes kindness, promptness, and approachability but also falling to pieces. Hmmmm…
The second thing that caught my attention was the artwork and it was made by Katrina Naron. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any link that could be from her, in order to show you. And the band’s logo was made by Depravarts.
The third thing and final one… The music… Damn. So damn good. Pressed the play button and the first thoughts… Dissection and Sacramentum…
Many bands all over these years tried to do what Dissection made but in my opinion, only a few managed to do it so well. SINIRA is one of those bands. Yes, it is. It’s not a copy+paste band beware of that, but Knell the mastermind of this one-man band made it very well and the influences here can not be denied.
Songs such as “Gardens of Pestilence” The song that gives the name of the album “The Everlorn”, “Tear Ladened Skies” that starts with a very killer riff and the passage to the second riff… Tchhhhh… So damn good… The last track the piano was performed by Margot.
“The Everlorn” is an album full of melody, amazing riffs and all together do very good songs, and the very good songs do an amazing album. “The Everlorn” is an album that can transport you to the beginning of the 90’s era in a very good way.
I did made the download of this album, I advise you to do the same, and you will not regreat, I’m sure of it. 9/10 The Key Keeper
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