Burn The Sunset are a young melodic hardcore band that hail from
Stirling in Scotland just a few miles away from me although I was
oblivious to their existence until this, their debut album ‘Home’,
arrived on my doormat. The five piece master in hard and heavy
metalcore which they have honed over the last 3 years, playing numerous
live gigs and gaining some notable support slots along the way.
The album consists of 8 tracks, opening with a short instrumental which leads into
‘ Moving On’
which is a good representation of what the band are all about. The
track contains heavy guitar, angular rhythms and plenty of melody. Other
notable tracks on the album are ‘ Lonely And Defeated’ and ‘The Changing Of Times’ which again display the bands sense of melody whilst remaining loud and hard.
Burn The Sunset are again another band entering an already fairly
crowded genre of metal core, but on this album they certainly show a lot
of promise, as to whether they have enough to help them rise above the
rest remains to be seen.
Must keep an eye out in the local paper for their next round of gigs though.
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