Sorrows: A Brutal Supergroup
2010-03-02 by Simon Harris (SCREAM!) | 13 Comments

Bleeding Through’s Brandan Schieppatti and Anaal Nathrakh's Mick Kenney have teamed up to create Sorrows.

Mick describes the sound as "“a mixture of hardcore crustpunk, black metal, electronic beats and super heavy riffage". The band's debut is fully recorded and they are in the process of finding a label.

For more info and some track samples, see the band's myspace:

http://www.myspace.com/sorrows

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Band Page: Anaal Nathrakh

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SCREAM!
March 2nd 2010

9979 Comments


Sounds too much like Bleeding Through. I was expecting something much more intense from Mick.
This isn't bad but it couldve been much better. Will give it a listen when it drops

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Nikkolae
March 3rd 2010

4769 Comments


"“a mixture of hardcore crustpunk, black metal, electronic beats and super heavy riffage"

that could go tremendously wrong if not done in the proper way, and the electronic beats part tickle my fancy, and not in the good way

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Infernis
March 3rd 2010

398 Comments


Teachery sounded pretty cool and then the clean singing came in. Oh man..

Xenophanes
Emeritus
March 3rd 2010

10585 Comments


sounds pretty cool

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IRAI
March 3rd 2010

1567 Comments


Very Bleeding Through-y, but its not a bad thing

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
March 3rd 2010

30893 Comments


If the Bleeding Through album sounds like that I might just have to disown the band. Aren't side projects meant to sound nothing like the band you're ALREADY in? Otherwise they're not a side project, they're just a b-side

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ThePalestMexican
March 3rd 2010

2816 Comments


"“a mixture of hardcore crustpunk, black metal, electronic beats and super heavy riffage"

WOW! who knew Bleeding Through's sound was soooooo diverse!

BallsToTheWall
March 3rd 2010

44164 Comments


Well, Bleeding Through's sound is pretty diverse in terms of the metalcore genre. Will listen now.

BallsToTheWall
March 3rd 2010

44164 Comments


The only thing that sounds remotely similar to Bleeding Through are the vocals. Regardless, great guitars, drumming and harsh/clean vocals. I'm impressed with the first few tracks.

MoosechriS
March 3rd 2010

4803 Comments


Awesome now just want to get my hands on the full thing!!!!!

Duderino
March 3rd 2010

827 Comments


it's alright, i really dislike that vocalist

Aaron
March 3rd 2010

651 Comments


I'm intrigued to hear this. I know what I'm doing when I get home from work.

WARisalliknow91
March 4th 2010

493 Comments


I like this alot.



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