Black Still Life Pose
1/17/2006 - Review by: Eric Compton
Sinocence - Black Still Life Pose - 2005 - Co Pro/Casket Records
At times this band sounds a bit like Farmer Boys, with the obvious heavy handed thrash elements in full force, but beyond that comes a more emotional vocal display and some more thought provoking arrangements and song structures, all of which are deeply rooted in heavy metal, unlike the Farmer Boys who are a bit more pop oriented at times. Fans of everything from Machine Head and Megadeth to Life Of Agony should find plenty to like with "Black Still Life Pose".
Bottom Line - Energetic, charismatic, and very entertaining. Raw thrash roots with a strong, clean vocalist and plenty of timing and tempo changes.
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