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"Sin To Survive, ‘Iniquitous’ Single Review"

The boys over at Sin To Survive have given us a tasty little single to check out ahead of the forthcoming EP they are currently working on. We wouldn’t normally cover singles on here, but this one is a damn fine teaser for what will inevitably be a great follow up to their Bleed EP and at only £1, everyone should go and download it!

Iniquitous kicks off the single with some real crunchy riffs to sink your teeth into, along with a punchy bass drum that has been produced to absolute perfection! The first noticeable difference is how much better the enunciation and clarity of both Josh and Jake’s vocals sound. Every lyric is understandable from first listen without a lyric book – quite an achievement for any metal band!

The second track on this two track teaser is Fade Away, another hard hitting metalcore track complete with the anthemic guitar riffs you expect to hear from Sin To Survive. The odd shared vocal line featuring both soft and screams really works and the balance is absolutely spot on with the growls laying nicely under the clean vocals. Instrumentally, it’s tight as ever from these guys, complete with a beautiful guitar solo. If there was an award for writing catchy riffs, Sin To Survive would certainly get nominated.

A lovely little taster of what’s to come later, and although Bleed was a mighty fine EP, the production and overall clarity of this single is a vast improvement! Go check the boys out on their weekender with Skarthia on the following dates…

Colchester, Hole In The Wall, 16th of Feb
London, The Nambucca, 17th of Feb
Brighton, The Prince Albert on the 18th - Worldpress


Discography

Iniquitous - Single 2013 (Fade Away B-side)
Bleed - EP 2012

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"Tightness, energy and over all colossal sound" B-Metal

Formed in 2011 this band has all ready graced the stage of venues such as Brighton's Concorde 2 and London's Nambucca with bands like Idiom, Attica Rage, Mask of Judas and Australia's In League. Brighton natives Sin To Survive line up as a classic four piece with a twist. Having both clean and scream vocals performed by two separate members. This allows for both memorable interweaving hooks and bludgeoning dynamics and has been described as "having Mr Hyde on one side of the stage... and Dr Jekyll on the other". As with most metal bands, guitars play a big part and Sin To Survive are no different in that respect. With the emphasis on writing big riffs, catchy lead lines, and grand solos both guitarists know there job and never allow there duty to overshadow vocal performances. Its often argued that the drummer is the backbone of a metal band, and the drum work of Sin To Survive develops this further, adding dynamics and groove.

It would be fair to say that at times Sin To Survive feel out of place. To classic metal for the hardcore bands they play with and to different to the metal bands. Though to them this is always a positive, with an ethos to stand out and be remembered they relish in this situation.

Live the aim has always been to get people moving, singing and generally having a good time whilst putting on a tight professional show.

"Musically, this band is not only tight, but able to produce very catchy riffs and beautiful melodies".

Influenced by other four piece metal bands like Metallica and Trivium this four piece aims to pool their unique musical tastes in to their own sound.

Having released their Bleed EP in early 2012. Sin To Survive have hit the ground running in 2013 with their new single 'Iniquitous' and accompanying b-side 'Fade Away.

"For me they seem to have broken the stereotypes of Metal" - The hidden world of Music

"It would be a 'sin' to not give this band a listen!" - Carina Lawrence (CMS)

"If there was an award for writing catchy riffs, Sin To Survive would certainly get nominated." - B-Metal