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Ferocious, fast-paced and devilishly catchy.

Ferocious, fast-paced and devilishly catchy, the hotly-anticipated ‘We Rule The Night’ is nothing short of explosive. Harvesting the finest features of death metal, industrial and hard rock, these youthful maestros craft a dynamic hybrid. With Sweden’s prestigious heavy metal heritage coursing through their veins, Sonic Syndicate have created a thrilling collection of monstrous party anthems that fuse aggression with digestible rock.

Despite its unlikely marriage of Americanised licks and Scandinavian fury, ‘…Night’ is an intelligent breakthrough showcasing precisely the sort of chemistry that leaves lesser artists gnashing their teeth in envious frustration. Wrapped up in darkly futuristic electronica, this delectable piece of audio candy seduces instantly with sing-along choruses and razor-sharp production. However, the album’s immediate appeal soon unfolds to reveal an intricate web of harmonies and skull-splitting guitars. Drenched in heavy, hypnotic rhythms and tales of alcoholic misadventures, ‘Turn It Up’ begs to be blasted from the speakers of some seedy backstreet rock club. While ‘…Night’s’ hyperactive energy proves a Sonic Syndicate trademark, this adrenalin overdose is hinged on skilful musicianship, encompassing multidirectional snarls, clean verses and electronic symphonies. Dealing in evocative lyrics and semi-acoustic sections, ‘My Own Life’ showcases an uncommonly moving dimension, enriching the album with a wealth of emotions.

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Forged from bouncy, unbridled enthusiasm, ‘Burn This City’ will no doubt become an essential fixture of the band’s live repertoire. The diverse ‘…Night’ also features a number of more extreme offerings, including the death metal-laden ‘Leave Me Alone’. Spliced with melancholic refrains, ‘…Alone’ purveys a deliciously divided blend of sorrow and seething wrath. By contrast, the unashamedly romantic ‘Miles Apart’ is a symphonic guilty pleasure whose angsty tone should please veteran and lovesick teen metallers alike. The sum of these neatly executed parts sees the sextet reign supreme as a pioneering force within today’s melodic metal movement.

Faye Coulman

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