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Single Review : Sense Of Noise – ‘Morning Glory’

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Review by Tammy Lomax for MPM

New melodic death metal band Sense Of Noise have erupted from their home in Mexico onto the music scene in the middle of the pandemic.

Featuring Jerome Chanona on vocals, Bart Chanona on drums, Fede d’Empaire on guitars and vocals, Diego Caná on bass and Nib Sen on keys, they have just released their single ‘Morning Glory’, mastered by Tony Lindgren (Sepultura, Arch Enemy and Soilwork) at Fascination Street Studios in Sweden.

Prior to this, in February 2021 the band presented their first single ‘The Broken Hope’ spreading an optimistic message during the difficult times we all have had to face.

Already featured on Digster’s Playlist New Metal Friday, the single captures deep emotions, the lyrics and clean singing powerful and moving. Whilst I’m not overly fond of the metal vocals, it’s certainly warming to feel some positivity.

As the track progresses, you hear more and more layers of the melodic sounds and there are definitely a few. They also sound slightly over the guitars too but they still work well together in the background and the production is huge.

The lyric music video for ‘Morning Glory’ stamps Sense Of Noise’s birth on the scene and it’s a fine effort, the band busy this year as they plan to release their debut album.

Influenced by bands like Amorphis, Insomnium and Dark Tranquillity, Sense of Noise has combined melodic death metal with elegance and the results thus far are strong and fierce.

OUT NOW! on all streaming platforms Stream/Purchase: https://senseofnoise.hearnow.com/morn…

Purchase on Bandcamp: https://senseofnoise.bandcamp.com/

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