Genre: Symphonic Deathcore
Location: Cannes, France
Oh man, where to begin. Ever since hearing their “Legacies” EP last year, I’ve been begging for more from this band and man, did they deliver. My only minor complaints about the “Legacies” EP was just a bit of the quality of the vocals, they just sounded a little static-y at a couple of points. But, again, it was minor and the EP was pretty great on the whole. But “Sinners” blows “Legacies” out of the water.
“Sinners” has a wonderful combination of black hole-esque heavy breakdowns and beautiful melodic/symphonic parts with a nice transition between them that doesn’t sound too forced. “Legacies” had its really heavy moments in a couple of songs, but “Sinners” has its heavy moments in every single song. The vocal quality in the low range wasn’t all too great production-wise on “Legacies” and took away from its brutality. But the quality of the lows on “Sinners” makes it stupidly brutal. The vocalist, one Florian Odorici, has a great range all around. Be it brutally low or powerfully high.
Just to top it off, this EP even has a beautiful symphonic overlay.
This EP gets a solid 9.5/10.