Album Review: Sanhedrin – A Funeral for the World (Cruz Del Sur Music)

Sanhedrin are one of the most exciting new bands to emerge from the Brooklyn music scene. Originally self-released, A Funeral for the World has been picked up by Cruz Del Sur Music and will be released in a beautiful packaging with embossed cover artwork on the 27th April 2018.

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Mixing American style heavy metal with elements of the NWOBHM days, Sanhedrin deliver hook-laden tunes, riffs that will last all day, classic vocals and even a guitar solo or two. It’s the latter element that lifts Riding on the Dawn before the Sabbath-style goth tone of the title track leaves a deep impression.

There’s a decent amount of variety throughout A Funeral for the World but the highlights are often the lower-tempo tunes such as Collateral Damage and No Religion. Nice melody, punchy bass and sultry vocals make for a memorable set of songs.



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Sanhedrin – A Funeral for the World Full Track Listing:

1. Riding on The Dawn
2. A Funeral for The World
3. Demoness
4. Collateral Damage
5. Faith Healers
6. No Religion
7. Massive Deceiver
8. Die Trying

You can order the album now via Bandcamp and via Cruz Del Sur Music here. Find out more and keep up to date with news by liking Sanhedrin’s Facebook Page.

Sanhedrin - A Funeral for the World (Cruz Del Sur Music)
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