New Obscure Sphinx single2013-11-08 by LilLioness | 7 Comments
|Polish female fronted post-metal band Obscure Sphinx have released the first single from their sophomore LP, Void Mother. The single, entitled 'Lunar Caustic', is available for listening on their YouTube channel, and you can check it out right here:|
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To mention that they're "female fronted" seems somewhat irrelevant.
Well the user who posted this, from the username and profile, seems to be female so maybe its one of
those you go girl things we'll never understand
songs pretty good so far but the biggest prob I have with female vox is the comparitive lack of power in the sound opposed to male vocals. This is another such case but she's still p good.
seems more like the user posted exactly the same description as is on the sput page.
agree with the lack of power thing in a lot of cases but I feel like she's got a voice above a lot of other female vocalists in metal, but I also don't know a wide range of them so there's that. I can really dig this track, also.
"To mention that they're "female fronted" seems somewhat irrelevant."
Fair enough. I was just trying to include more information of their actual sound than my last post did.
Yeah, especially this song. I don't feel that is a bad thing, though (just as long as they don't djent it up too much).
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