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Storm The Sky - Sin Will Find You (2016)

6-08-2016, 13:09
Rock | Alternative | Metal

Title: Sin Will Find You
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Unfd
Genre: Post-Hardcore, Metalcore
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 41:07 min
Total Size: 101 MB


1. Second Best 03:08
2. Jaded Ghost 03:23
3. Carcinova 04:42
4. Medicine 03:56
5. Wake Up Sleeping 04:39
6. In Vein 04:06
7. Lilac 04:10
8. S.W.F.Y. 03:31
9. Disappointed 03:15
10. Burning 06:21

Second album from Melbourne's Storm The Sky. ALt punk-hardcore for fans of letlive, Glassjaw and Beartooth.

After the departure of one of their two vocalists Daniel Breen, Aussie post hardcore now five piece band have announced the release of their new album Sin Will Find You on August 5th 2016 via UNFD. This album will be a step in a new direction with vocalist Will Jarratt left remaining after Breen's sudden departure from the band but will surely be one for fan to look forward too none the less.

Over the past decade, post hardcore and metalcore have seen a surge in success unlike anything the genres have seen before. Many of the bigger labels started taking notice and packed their rosters full of artists within the realm of “core” music and before long, some of the most influential bands in the scene were headlining tours worldwide. While the genre continues to expand at a rapid pace, the past few years have seen some of the bigger acts at a crossroad as they take a different stylistic approach and aim for a new crowd; the mainstream. This is where Melbourne, Australia post hardcore outfit Storm the Sky finds themselves as they announced in January that their screamer, Daniel Breen had left. With the band no longer having a dedicated unclean vocalist, assumptions arose as to where the band was heading. Those assumptions were quickly put to rest with the release of ‘’S.W.F.Y’’, the first taste of the new sound they’ve dubbed as death-pop. A sound that would find itself at the center of the band’s sophomore album Sin Will Find You, the result of a 9-month journey of finding themselves. Not unlike other bands who change genres and seek a bigger audience, the first thing that comes to mind is, does this new sound work for them ?

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