Review: Sinai Beach - Wolves in Sheep's Clothing
- Artist: Sinai Beach
- Album: Wolves in Sheep's Clothing
- Release date: 2001
- Record label: Strike First Records
- Track listing:
- "...of a Man"
- "Wolves in Sheeps Clothing"
- "The Religious Burden of Imperfection"
- "On/Off Switch"
The EP starts out with the song "...of a Man". At the beginning it's very chaotic, but a minute through, it goes basic punk rock beat, breakdown, and pure chaos again.
"Wolves in Sheep's Clothing" has the coolest intro! It reminds me of Lamb of God's song "Embers", as do the Vocals. Around the two minute mark, it goes chaos, very amazing Percussion solo, chaos, breakdown, chaos. I believe Chaotic Hardcore or Mathcore would suit this band rather than Metalcore or Groove Metal.
"The Religious Burden of Imperfection" is the most cruelly true song title ever. It's probably the shortest song on the album, but they make for that. With a sick guitar solo by one or both Guitarists, Logan Lambert or Mike Risenger and more chaos ensues which awesome!
"On/Off Switch" is clearly the last song. It's more Punk/Hardcore than anything else. Full of Metal growls, Screams, and Drums though. The band definitely has Living Sacrifice as an influence. Think The Hammering Process era, with all its Percussion and Clean Vox.
For Those Who Like: Living Sacrifice (THP era), Overcome (new era), Symphony in Peril, Maranatha
- CJ Anderson – Vocals
- Logan Lambert – Lead Guitar
- Mike Risinger – Rhythm Guitar
- Jeff Santo – Bass
- Mike Dunlap – Drums, Percussion
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