Swirls of Noise
Six piece Seventh Sin played next, and their show is really enthusiastic. They’re a great symphonic metal band, and they play six songs from their upcoming debut album “When Reality Ends”. Their singer Monique Joosten has a brilliant voice, and a stage presence to match, talking to the crowd between songs, and getting them involved during the songs. With two guitar players they have a heavy sound, and a symphonic edge accentuated by keyboards, and there’s a power ballad thrown in for good measure. Their set is really enjoyable, and when they finished everyone in the crowd was talking about how good they were. With them going down so well and a first album on the horizon the future looks good for Seventh Sin.
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