SINSAENUM Feat. DRAGONFORCE, Ex-SLIPKNOT Members: 'I Stand Alone' Lyric Video
August 16, 2018
SINSAENUM, the extreme death metal project featuring DRAGONFORCE bassist Frédéric Leclercq and former SLIPKNOT drummer Joey Jordison, has released the official lyric video for the song "I Stand Alone". The track is taken from the band's latest album, "Repulsion For Humanity", which was released on August 10 via earMUSIC.
With the help of Francis Caste on mixing duties, SINSAENUM sharpened their own sonic identity, far from the typical death or modern metal sound.
The cover artwork, created by none other than Travis Smith, matches the radical, violent and angry approach of the album.
This autumn, SINSAENUM will be touring Europe for the first time since its formation. U.S. tour plans remain to be determined.
Last November, SINSAENUM released the EP "Ashes", with Metal Hammer Germany declaring it to be a "rad sign of life" and Metal Hammer U.K. taking it one step further, saying, "Take that form into the studio for the second full-length and we could have a classic on our hands."
"Echoes Of The Tortured", SINSAENUM's first album, was nominated as "Best Debut" by Metal Hammer Germany and was praised worldwide as one of the freshest and finest approaches to death metal.
With these impressive credentials, it is hard not to label SINSAENUM a supergroup, since it embodies the joint venture of Leclercq and Jordison. The rest of the band is of no less importance and credibility — Sean Zatorsky (DÅÅTH, vocals),Stephane Buriez (LOUDBLAST, guitar),Heimoth (SETH, bass) and Attila Csihar (MAYHEM, vocals) – all of which are well respected in their fields – complete the ensemble, making SINSAENUM the epitome of premium-level heavy metal.
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