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Six Days Of May – Lymph


Last Updated on 05:39 PM by Nikos Nakos

Genre: Modern Metal/Metalcore
Country: Italy
Label: Wormholedeath Records
Year: 2014


Six Days of May claim to be a modern metal band. Well, that’s exactly what their music is. Metal as it should be right now. Metalcore drum beats, melodic guitars, interchanging vocals, some electronic elements, and lots of pure energy…

This album is so well made, that you will wonder why you haven’t heard to SDOM till now. These guys can surely compete with far more popular bands like Funeral for a Friend, Killswitch Engage, Bullet for my Valentine e.t.c. Even the electronic melodies and wobbles, that reminded me of Enter Shikari, are a nice touch and a welcome addition to the already magnificent sound. My curiosity led me to their youtube channel, and there I watched a live performance of ‘Spring Break’ and some guitar demos… And then I realized that they are trully a great band, but so underrated too… I can’t really be objective about this album, because this style is by far my favorite and gives my ears all they need. In my opinion, new bands and young metalheads that want to start something from scratch should have this album as a basis.

Negatives? Well, filler tracks. Never liked them, never will. Other than that, a flawless album with flawless instruments and vocals. And wouldn’t it  be awesome if they started touring around Europe? Greece perhaps?..

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