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Band's list Metalcore Syranic The Windscale Inception
EP, data de aparición : Julio 2010 - Self-Released
Produced by : Kroger Hendrik
Style: Metalcore

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1. Endless Open End
2. Trans[c]ience
3. Nemesis
4. The Mindscale Inception
5. Death Facility One

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    fuckedshredhead, Sábado 09 Octubre 2010 habla de eso a tus amigos  
"The Windscale Inception" is the Debut EP of the Aachen based German Metalcore band Syranic.

The first time I heard of these guys in April 2010. I was added on My space and didn`t expected much. You always get these kind of invitations on My space and most of the music is definetly garbage.
But Syranic caught my attention really fast and their preproduction of "Endless Open End" was already astonishing!

I was really looking forward to get my hands on this EP and finally got it lately.

A few words first: This is first class modern metal and I haven´t ever heard something like this from a German band in a couple of years!

The EP kicks off with a riff which couldn´t be done any better by Fear Factory or Mnemic. Endless Open End is a great opener for the whole EP with a really catchy chorus. It is mixing all the good influences of the last years in modern metal and the "Djent" aspect is more than obvious. This "Djent" impression and the high standard of "Endless Open End" are continuing during the last 4 songs of this EP and leave a remarkable impression
Syranic are a real phenomenon if you think about the age of this project. This is their first release and they already managed to write monstersongs like the outstanding Hit Trans[c]ience, Nemesis, Death Facility One and also the really melodeathed "The Mindscale Inception".

The band offers a great sound, great arrangements, an incredible shouter/singer, great guitarwork and an absolutely insane drumming.

Summing up I have to say that this is not just a convincing debut, this is a remarkable debut.
A must have for fans of Soilwork, Mnemic, Meshuggah or Strapping Young Lad!
This is the way Modern Metal has to sound like in 2010 and I believe there are great things to come in 2011.

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