|Review: SinnerAngel - Sinister decàlogo|
Year released: 2017
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: June 17, 2018
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 4/5 (80%) (4 Votes)
Now this seems to be a relatively interesting act... SinnerAngel, hailing from Medellín, Antioquia, Colombia play a mix of subgenres of Heavy Metal: everything from Thrash Metal to Black Metal and even bits of Power Metal here and there. It's certainly an interesting mishmash of many musical ingredients, and what's even cooler is that the band knows how to employ these ingredients well here on their debut album, Sinister decálogo. These lads' instrumental skills are top notch, and they know how to make songs that are not meant only as plain background music.
Most of the time these Colombian fellows operate on the grounds of either mid or fast-paced stuff that's full of striking riffs, loads of melodies and, on top of it all, Gustavo Echavarría's shrieking, sandpaper-dry Black Metal type of vocals, which give a fairly nice contrast to their overall performance on the record. Some parts don't tend to meld together so seamlessly, but that's alright because they make up for it with all that burning passion that they display. They just need to shape up and perfect their songwriting skills a little bit more, but that will come through experience over the years, I guess.
I am sure these guys are proud of this achievement and all, as they really should be because Sinister decálogo is a good and pretty well-crafted album.
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