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Sleep Serapis, Sleep!

With their new self-recorded self-release, “The Dark Awakening”, Sleep Serapis Sleep set a new precedent for independence in hardcore-metal. Delivering raw and unrelenting intensity in its 8 tracks, the band maintains their strict opposition to the lesser musicianship that so often accompanies it. But simply defying trends was not the goal of the album. “The Dark Awakening” was written to laugh maniacally at the insincerity that plagues its scene… and to break it.

During the four months of writing, recording and remorseless self-scrutiny preceding the record, Sleep Ser ...read more

With their new self-recorded self-release, “The Dark Awakening”, Sleep Serapis Sleep set a new precedent for independence in hardcore-metal. Delivering raw and unrelenting intensity in its 8 tracks, the band maintains their strict opposition to the lesser musicianship that so often accompanies it. But simply defying trends was not the goal of the album. “The Dark Awakening” was written to laugh maniacally at the insincerity that plagues its scene… and to break it.

During the four months of writing, recording and remorseless self-scrutiny preceding the record, Sleep Serapis Sleep made a fearless leap into its own identity. Balancing metal, hardcore, rock, brutality and melody; they refused to submit to any extreme. Instead they forged a unique breed of aggressive music that quite literally screams out against the many social injustices of modern man.

-Taken from Sleep Serapis, Sleep's MySpace page « hide


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The Dark Awakening
2009

3.3
8 Votes
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2008

3.8
3 Votes

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