Endless Disconnect to be released 13 May
NO SIN EVADES HIS GAZE return with their long awaited second album Endless Disconnect, set for release on 13 May.
The band have premiered new single and video 'If Only To Fall', check it out on Prog now: http://teamrock.com/news/2017-03-23/no-sin-evades-his-gaze-launch-if-only-to-fall-video
Check them out on tour in April with Kadinja:
19 Phoenix, Exeter, UK
20 Subside, Birmingham, UK
21 Sanctuary, Basingstoke, UK
23 The Victoria, Swindon, UK
24 Sticky Mikes, Brighton, UK
25 Jungle, Cologne, DE
27 Pit, Bellinzona, CZ
Featuring a plethora of technical polyrhythmic wizardry and elements of groove, prog and metalcore, Endless Disconnect is about as ripe for the pickings as can be. Musically, the band have matured and progressed since debut album Age Of Sedation, with the ebbs and flows pieced together much more organically, and with an exceptionally down-tuned demonic undertone.
In a time when the tech metal scene is very much in a state of over-saturation, NO SIN EVADES HIS GAZE keep their unabashed strength and skill turned up to maximum power and don’t let the quality slip. Gone are the songs where the riff is the centre of attention, and instead is a more focused and groove-centric release that features some very euphoric clean vocals as well as some of the renowned guttural snarls from frontman James Denton.
NO SIN EVADES HIS GAZE are relatively new on the scene but have backed an immense following from tech metal fans across the world, and are known for unleashing a belter of a live show. With appearances at UK Tech-Metal Festival, Bloodstock Festival, Mammothfest and Euroblast under their belt, NO SIN EVADES HIS GAZE are poised for further excellence on stages across the country if this album is anything to go by. They have previously shared the stage with other tech metal mainstays SikTh, Carcer City, Martyr Defiled and No Consequence.
With an impressive resumé after just 2 years as a band, NO SIN EVADES HIS GAZE look to make 2017 a year to remember, and to take it by storm.